Last Updated:
Fri, 24 Feb 2017, 22:55 GMT
Phenemine without Prescription
Keyword Search: in
Health Library
Search for Relationships 71 Results Found
General Health Articles

Three Steps for Meeting a Dog: Instructions for Parents

It is very important to teach kids how to interact with dogs they are interested in. Childish excitement could be interpreted as a threat by inexperienced dogs.

Dealing with Belligerent People

People behave in predictable ways. Have you ever noticed yourself saying, "Charlie is so much like my Uncle Henry?" If you observe interactions in the workplace, you will eventually agree with me that there are three main ways that people approach workplace problems and people interactions.

A Puppy Party for Kid-Friendly Dogs

Hosting a puppy party is a great way to help your new puppy begin enjoying and feeling at ease around kids. Puppies under 5 months old can learn a lot in an easy 30-minute play date.

The Blended Family – Hopes, Fears, and Tasks

Hope springs eternal, and there’s nowhere that’s more true than a couple taking the leap of faith into a second marriage. To all those who dare to hope that their second marriage (or third, or fourth) will be better than the last, I say congratulations and good luck! It takes a lot of courage to open your heart to try again! But also, take heed: you’ll have a much better chance of success if you follow some very important guidelines, particularly if either of you have children.

After Abuse: The Challenging Work of Forging Healthy Relationships

Many people have done the tough work of recovery from sexual abuse, whether with help in therapy or on one’s own. It challenges us to the core, but it also frees us, and gives life and possibility where we once felt that we might never get through it.

Skilled End-of-life discussions

End-of-life discussions need skilled and sensitive approachHealth care professionals need sensitivity when delivering the news of a patient's imminent death, states an editorial in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) (pre-embargo link only) http://www.

Make Love Work in Your Relationship

It is important to make love work in our relationships. Staying true to yourself, is one of the most important pieces of relationship advice that I would give.

Happier With Your Sex Life? - Rediscover Your Sex Life

Studies have discovered that sex life is one of the major issues for imbalanced relationships. Those who are busy in their job, business or have uncomfortable routines they always find problem in maintaining their sex life happier.

Making things work with With your Ex: Coping With the Pain of Divorce

Making things work with With your Ex:  Coping With the Pain of Divorce  Over the years as a clinician, I have come to the conclusion there are times I could more deeply relate and actually know more of the in's and out's of what the client could be experiencing as I too had experienced the same issue and addressed it.

How To Sexually Arouse A Woman

There are millions of men worldwide who are searching for ways to arouse their women so that they can make her orgasm. In this article let us find out some of the proven ways through which a women can be fully aroused to the level that she cannot resist having a fulfilling sex session with you.

Is Foreplay More Important Than Sexual Intercourse To Give Her Orgasms ?

It is a well known fact that the size of your manhood plays a very vital role in satisfying your partner in bed, but if you do not have a big penis you can still make your woman orgasm if you follow some proven methods of arousal.

All About Beautiful Worldwide City-Traveling

     Our modern world is something very fantastic, when you look at all the travel opportunities we have and all these many ways to ride.

How To Handle A Family

      Overall is the daily living with others in a family, with friends, grant parents, babies and pets a very pleasureful happening, and is for sure worth all the good efforts of every single individual, making it better and more playful for all the others living there.

City-Traveling Can Give You Relaxation, Adventure And Fun

     City-Traveling is a very personal, intimate subject. You can travel just for fun or even out of personal boredom.

Why Do So Many People Take Pharmacy Drugs

     There is no person in this world, who wouldn't have some personal problems, negative feelings or discomfort.

Can Love really reduce pain?

Stanford University has researchers that believe love can be a pain killer. It is believed that passionate and intense love triggers the same response of cravings, ecstasy from drugs or winning something like the lottery.

Save Sexual intimacy for the boundaries in Marriage

A new study conducted recently analyzed the effects of waiting to be sexually intimate until marriage  and that of becoming sexually active early on in a relationship.

Can Dance therapy help you?

Did you know that dance is used as therapy? You don't have to be a dancer or in a traditional dance class to dance and experience the benefits.

What Defines A Good Parent?

Someone who is honest, loving, kind, leads by example, thoughtful and disciplines are just a few traits that might describe a good parent. Nearly all parents or parents to be have asked themselves the question, "am I a good parent?" at one point in their life.

Secrets Of Women Who Achieve Regular Orgasms

The difference of approach towards sex in men and women has been a matter of talk since the advent of human civilization. We are all aware of how men are able to orgasm regularly as compared to women who often have to fake orgasms to satisfy their partners.

Are you in a Relationship with an emotionally abusive person with Borderline Personality Disorder…Does your partner seem like a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyd

  Are  you are in a relationship where you are experiencing  the following? In the beginning the person thinks you are perfect and professes love for you that they have "never felt before for anyone" They alternate between this state and rage at you.

Best Natural Aphrodisiacs That Work

In a relationship when you provide something you expect something in return and it is this process of give and take which decides the fate of a relationship.

Emotional Abuse - What it is and why it is so important to recognize

Sticks and stones may break my bones but … bullying and name-calling can emotionally scar me forever.  Not the original ending to the classic verse, but probably the more accurate one.

Group Therapy for Adults Abused As Children

Group therapy can be the most nurturing and also the most challenging form of therapy.  It is highly effective.  While it doesn’t replace individual therapy, it can be a great adjunct and a final step in the healing process.

Adult Depression and Childhood Abuse

   Over the years I’ve discovered that a significant proportion of adult clients who present with depression have a history of childhood abuse.

Sibling Abuse - Children Abusing Other Children

Even though there can be life long debilitating psychological effects, sibling abuse may be the most ignored - if not accepted - form of domestic (i.

Can Pheromones Help In Attracting Women

Every man wants to know the secret of effectively attracting the opposite sex. There is no man on this earth who does not wish to be irresistible to women.

What Are Man Made Pheromones

Pheromones in humans are chemicals which are released through sweat from the body as a hint of sexual attraction. Although these pheromones are made in the human body but in today's age and time man has been able to make these pheromones artificially as well.

Emotional Wounds: The Stack of Hurts and Resentments in her Mind

Men and women are different in how they process and store emotions.  There are always exceptions to this rule, but I’m about to describe how the majority of men and women deal with hurt and resentment.

Codependent Problems in Relationships

Everyone laughs when I tell them that I wrote Codependency for Dummies. But codependency is no laughing matter. It causes serious pain and affects the majority of Americans, both in and out of relationships.

The Truth about Domestic Violence and Abusive Relationships

Over three million incidents of domestic violence are reported each year, and that includes men as well as women. One-fourth of U.S. women and one-third of women worldwide will experience violence in her lifetime.


  Many people claim that they trust others until they have reason not to, but when you first meet someone, you don’t know anything about their integrity or past conduct, except what they tell you.


  Satisfying relationships are built on a foundation of safety and trust that you won’t be hurt physically or emotionally. Whether you trust too little or too much is influenced by your past, but once trust is broken, your sense of safety is in jeopardy.


It’s easy to fall in love with narcissists. Their charm, talent, success, beauty, and charisma cast a spell, along with compliments, scintillating conversation, and even apparent interest in you.


Popular culture is focused on attracting love, yet you’ll only be able to receive as much love as you give to yourself. You’ll deflect or guard love that doesn’t resonate with you – like a compliment you don’t believe.


  It must be cellular that a woman automatically feels humiliated when her man cheats. Maria has done nothing to be ashamed of. Too often, women feel embarrassed for their husbands’ behavior, whether it’s domestic violence, emotional abuse, drug or alcohol addiction, gambling, or sex addiction, and although it’s fortunate that Arnold took responsibility for his actions,  too often, those husbands shift the blame onto their wives.


Probably, and you’re in the majority. The term “dysfunctional family,” once used only by professionals, has become popular jargon in America where dysfunctional families are the norm due to cultural values, a high divorce rate, and widespread addictions – from prescription drugs to exercising, working, and shopping.


  Communication is so important that it can make or break a relationship, is critical to success, and instantly reflects your self-esteem to listeners – for better or for worse.


Divorce it entails loss, even if you wanted it. Aside from the ending of the relationship with your spouse, you may be losing your home, time with your children, in-laws, extended family, and even friends.


  There’s a lot of confusion about intimacy, what it really is, and how to make it happen. There’re couples married decades who can be physically close, but don’t know how to be emotionally intimate.


  It’s very important that couples seek therapy early on, while there is still good will between them.  Like with any wound, the longer it festers, the more difficult is the healing process.

Couples Therapy With Trauma and Abuse Survivors

  Couples Therapy With Trauma and Abuse Survivors   We all come into relationships with past issues. Trust, ability to be intimate, anger management, mental and physical health limitations and childhood trauma are among the most common.


There are three million cases of domestic violence reported each year. Many more go unreported.  Emotional abuse precedes violence, but is rarely discussed.


Women, in particular, are looking for commitment. Hollywood, the media, and dating websites all focus on getting a marriage proposal. The art of seduction predates expert Cleopatra.


Dreams are the “Royal Road to the Unconscious,” said Freud. What you don’t know controls you. Your unconscious beliefs, fears, motives, and desires can thwart your goals, your health, and relationships.


  Is it possible to truly change? Does therapy help? Many people have turned their lives and fortunes around, while others spend years trying to change with or without therapy, but never seem to progress.

MOTHER LOVE Female Abusers

The following is the first of a three-part series of articles: It was in a high school literature class that I was first introduced to the Oedipus Complex, defined as “a boy’s unresolved desire for sexual gratification through the parent of the opposite sex, especially the desire of a son for his mother”.

Elder Abuse, Alzheimer’s and Our Aging Population

While taken seriously enough to be a legally reportable offense categorized alongside child abuse as either a misdemeanor or a felony - elder abuse does not seem to be taken as seriously by the public.


  A while back, I jotted down some thoughts about a person I called “The Other Parent”.  Since then, I’ve been collecting information and have concluded that there is a dearth of material on this subject.

Helping Adults Abused As Children (Sexual Abuse, Emotional Abuse, Physical Abuse)

 When I began working in this field many years ago, I was told that if I hadn’t already picked a specialization, it would pick me.

Managing The Stress Of Ending A Relationship

Sometimes it can be difficult to manage the stress and depression of ending a relationship with someone. You feel sad and anxious and you do not feel that great.

What is ?

Adult Bullies

 “All cruelty springs from weakness”  (Seneca, 4BC-AD65)  There are those who say that bullying is behind all forms of violence, conflict, persecution, abuse, harassment, discrimination and prejudice.

Ritualized Sexual Abuse

  There is ritual sexual abuse and there is ritualized sexual abuse. The terms are sometimes interchanged, but for the purpose of this article I am delineating between the two as Ritual Sexual Abuse being cult or cult-like abuse in which “the abuse has a spiritual or social goal” (David Finkelhor, National Study of Sexual Abuse, 1988) and usually involves brain washing, torture, animal/human sacrifice and drugging while Ritualized Sexual Abuse as being long term sexual, psychological and physical abuse that occurs habitually and is the dominant factor in a secret relationship between two or more individuals.

Attachment Issues In Couples therapy

      I have always enjoyed therapy with couples.  It is stimulating, interactive work and can create dramatic change quickly.

I have a Question

How Can I Make Love Work in My Relationship?

Write your Article here... You can now by imagineering and staying true to yourself, you are using two of the most essential ingredients to completely transform your relationship.

My relationship is on the rocks, How can I get it back to how it was?

As a working therapist within my private practice this is a question that I often get asked by couples or individuals that feel their relationship is not as it should be, or even that it has gone past the point of no return.

To the outside world it seems like I have everything - so why am I so unhappy? A female perspective

As a female counsellor I have often worked with women who, for one reason or another appear to the outside world to ‘have it all' and they come into therapy upset and frustrated that they apparently have ‘no reason' to feel as they do.

Understanding Yourself - Ever Wondered What Other People Think Of You?

Have you ever wondered what other people think of you? It would be interesting won't it if everyone was open with their thoughts - although this could cause some upset if you don't want any bad news.

Are you a positive or a negative person?

Are you a positive or a negative person?                                                We all like to think we can think positively, but often don'tachieve this.

7 Secrets to Overcoming Your Divorce

  7 Steps To Overcome Your Divorce An emotional support system isn't all you need to get over your grief. READ MORE: depression, divorce, marriage, monogamy, relationships   By Debra Warner, M.

News Articles

Divorce undermines health in ways remarriage doesn't heal

Divorce and widowhood have a lingering, detrimental impact on health, even after a person remarries, research at the University of Chicago and Johns Hopkins University shows.

Modernizing the treatment of sexual dysfunction in men

Modern, couple-oriented treatment for male sexual dysfunction takes the psychosocial aspects of sex into account, as well as focussing on the purely physical aspects of the problem.

Testosterone deficiency affects male cancer survivors' quality of life

A new study has found that many male cancer survivors who develop testosterone deficiency after receiving chemotherapy or radiation therapy have an impaired quality of life and reduced energy levels.

New study shows driving hinders talking

It is well known that having a conversation (for example on a mobile phone) impairs one's driving. A new study indicates the reverse is also true: Driving reduces one's ability to comprehend and use language.

Treating female sexual dysfunction

By using a novel prototype drug, researchers have discovered more about the mechanisms underlying female sexual arousal. These findings are published in the British Journal of Pharmacology.

Rudeness at work causes mistakes

If someone is rude to you at work or if you witness rudeness you are more likely to make mistakes, says Rhona Flin, Professor of Applied Psychology at the University of Aberdeen, in an editorial published in this week's BMJ.

Who is likely to become a bully, victim or both?

New research shows poor problem-solving increases risk for allWASHINGTON, USA - Children and adolescents who lack social problem-solving skills are more at risk of becoming bullies, victims or both than those who don't have these difficulties, says new research published by the American Psychological Association.

63 percent of women report sexual problems with orgasm proving biggest issue in teens and 20s

Almost two-thirds of females attending a general urology practice reported that they suffered from sexual dysfunction, according to a paper in the August issue of BJUI.

Trusting people make better lie detectors

Trusting others may not make you a fool or a Pollyanna, according to a study in the current Social Psychological and Personality Science (published by SAGE).

Men more likely to cheat if they are economically dependent on their female partners

Economic dependency has the opposite effect on womenATLANTA, USA - The more economically dependent a man is on his female partner, the more likely he is to cheat on her, according to research to be presented at the 105th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association.

Care at home Brits shoulder the burden

THREE quarters of Brits would rather take on the burden of caring for elderly relatives then put them into a home - because they don't trust care homes.

left border
right border