Make Love With Your Money

When you start investing in things that you know and love, your life will change immediately, and this world will become a much more beautiful place.

By: Natalie Pace

You are a creator of our world. Your retirement dollars are invested in the corporations that define our existence. When you realize the power of your money and investments as tools to make you rich and to also enrich our world, you will start aligning yourself with other creative and motivated people who are invested in your success, the success of the companies you choose to support with your investment dollars

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The Hell of Divorce

Divorce is a clustercuss of noxious, terrible feelings — anger, guilt, shame, grief, hatred, desperation, indignation, sadness — all wrapped up into one.

Here are 15 Irrational Thoughts To Expect — And Ignore

By Stacy Morrison

Truth is, divorce is a clustercuss of noxious, terrible feelings — anger, guilt, shame, grief, hatred, desperation, indignation, sadness — all wrapped up into one. But what’s worse is that we tend to dwell in one category of noxious (the anger and hate) and ignore the second (shame and grief), creating a potent emotional storm front that’s likely to pull us out of our …

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What is Love?

How would you personally define love? Researchers have identified six different ways in which people commonly define love.

By: Peggy Anderson

When people say “I love you” they can mean very different things. How would you personally define love?

Researchers have identified six different ways in which people commonly define love. These are sometime difficult to recognize since each individual may define love in a way that combines more than one style:

Romantic Love
This love is an all-consuming emotional experience. It is typical to feel love at first sight and with romantic love physical attraction is always …

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Love vs. Fear: Motivators for Change

Flipping from an outlook based on fear to one based on love is not always easy and takes awareness and practice. Center yourself and listen to your heart.

By: John Edward

During these turbulent times there appears to be a greater polarity than ever before between two major energetic forces. Although you might assume at first that I am talking about Good vs. Evil, but the two motivating forces that I believe drives us are much more complex: Fear and Love. Fear is powerful motivational tool exploited by just about anyone who thinks they can profit from it including …

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5 Reasons to Stay With the Person You Love

One factor is consistent in all studies of marriages and long-term relationships: A main cause of divorce and separation is infidelity.

1. Love is a decision
Watching Governor Sanford stand up over these past weeks and speak about how he found his soul mate in his Argentinean lover reminded me of something Pema Chodron, a Buddhist nun and author, wrote about Sweat Lodges. She wrote that the only way to be in a Sweat Lodge — to experience all that it brings — is to sit far from the exit. Because if you sit too close, you will find a

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Intuition: The Language of Love

By: Sherrie Dillard
Tara, a friend of mine, first noticed Jeff while standing in the crowded line of a coffee shop waiting for her morning dose of caffeine. When their eyes met she felt a deep and compelling inner stirring. A casual hello that morning and the following morning, led to conversation and Jeff asking her to dinner. On their first date Tara told me that there was no denying their shared mutual attraction. Despite their many differences, such as education and occupation, Tara works for a biotechnical firm and Jeff drives a city bus, they both felt an instantaneous

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Emotional Affair or Friendship?

Most of us have friendships. Sharing intimate emotional details with someone of the opposite sex is called an emotional affair.

By: CD Mohatta

In a marriage, what are the limits for friendship with a member of the opposite sex? Who sets these limits? What is the difference between a friendship and an emotional affair? Is an emotional affair wrong? Does an emotional affair help the marriage by letting a partner vent out all emotional frustration, which otherwise he/she would not have done with his/her spouse? Or does it kill the marriage?

What is an emotional affair?
Most of us have …

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

jealous woman

Jealousy can serve as an indicator of love and interest. Oftentimes people may not even realize they have romantic feelings until they get a jealousy pang.

By: Joel D. Block, Ph.D. & Kimberly Dawn Neumann

When it comes to jealousy, not all forms are created equal. In fact, there are definitely extremes. And while sometimes a little jealousy can make a relationship stronger, too much can lead to its imminent implosion.

The experience of minor jealousy here and there is usually not something to fret about. A fleeting bout of anxiety or fear that someone may attract your partner is …

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Looking for Love This Summer?

Looking for Love This Summer?

This time make it meaningful. Not to say that all summer romances are just meaningless flings, but you have to admit that some are.

By: Laura Berman Fortgang

Summertime is a time of great romance. Single people find each other after the dearth of winter as they sun in the park, do outdoor activities, and party with friends at outdoor spots. Not to say that all summer romances are just meaningless flings, but you have to admit that some are. If that leaves you flat and feeling empty and maybe not even willing to try, here is a new way …

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He’s Just Not That Into You or Is He?

Couple Holding Hands

If you want to find the One, look for a man who provides regular and consistent contact that gets better over time. Here are 16 Key Questions to Ask.

By: Diana Kirschner, Ph.D

He’s Just Not That Into You, the bestseller-turned-movie starring Jennifer Aniston, debunks the obsessive thoughts single women have about hotties who sweep into and out of their lives. The authors go into excruciating detail about the excuses and stories we make up to justify our fantasies about unavailable men. We waste hours and hours thinking and dishing about how, “He’s on a deadline at work.” “He’s

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“Living Apart Together” or LAT Relationship

Some Baby-boomers are concerned about complicating their inheritance, particularly if there are children and step-children involved.

 

By: Natasha Morgan

One day over coffee my good friend Jane and I were discussing relationships. Since we are both divorced Baby-boomers and carried a fair amount of baggage, we were able to keep this conversation going for quite some time.

“Would you ever get married again?” I asked Jane after she told me about the new man in her life.

“Good grief girl, nobody gets married these days” was Jane’s immediate reply.

While the trend toward relationships without marriage seems to

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