Many of us have felt the wrath of what too much information can do to sensory overload. Some of the people I know and care deeply for are obsessed with confirmation of what they have and what they do. The old adage of too much information or not broadcasting everything doesn’t really exist in today’s society.
I myself have learned the ways of the millennial and use it to my advantage when perusing possible work or exclusive offers. However I refuse to fall victim to broadcasting things that will limit my opportunities and future earning potential. Therefore I never swear or use things that can be connected to hurt my chances of future employment on social media.
Being a member of Generation X we borrowed the idea of being free spirited from the Baby Read More
It’s time for you to get over that past relationship, and get back on the market. The problem is it’s been so long that you don’t know where to start. Well have no fear; here are some steps to get you moving in the right direction or down the path to the right direction but I digress.
The first step of finding a new love is to not look for one, yes I said it “don’t look”! You have the habit of looking for love in all the wrong places anyway. After you get out of an old relationship use the time you have for self reflection. Read More
Too many times when starting to date, you meet a persons representative in the early stages. Mannerisms and how people act can tell you everything you need to know about a person and the art of ‘being yourself on a date.’ They have pasted on fake smiles, giggle and laugh a little too loud, play with their hair a little too much and do everything possible to hide their flaws – whether it be a blackhead, or the inability to hold down a job.
Obviously, if you are dating people then you are looking for someone to make a connection. Yet, if you are unable to be yourself or try to put on airs in order to avoid the other person getting to really know you…you might as well just stay home.
Sadly, the world of internet dating and hook-ups has made it even easier for folks to live under false pretenses and make other people think that they are something they aren’t. Read More
Mailbox Question: “I’m looking for something different this upcoming summer. I want to keep my man’s interest on me. I don’t like to do the hoochie thing and I want to keep it classy but sexy. What do you suggest I do to hold his attention when this summer rolls around?”
This is a question that I never in my life thought I would be able to answer. But “hold up” *In My Nate Dogg Voice* I’ve got you covered.
First of all let me begin with the fact that I admire a woman that is willing to go the extra mile for her man. It shows that you are dedicated to the cause and you are willing to keep it chic. That is commendable.
Secondly I am enamored by the resolve that you are showing to step your game up. Every man reading this will back me in saying that we love a woman that knows how to keep it sexy. Because you are seeking advice lets me know that you are serious so I am going to do my best Tom Brady impersonation and be real clutch for you right about now.
Yesterday I was hit with the question is it okay to just want a physical relationship with someone. In reality, there is nothing wrong with wanting a physical relationship from someone you like. You just have to better understand that she has to be on the same page as you and you need to know who you are.
Since I am a former college football coach, I’ll create a scenario that you can relate too in case we have a few younger readers stumble upon the site. Female readers read closely as well because I am sure you will understand what I am saying just as good as the male readers.
Imagine you are a Head Coach for a minute. There are several situations come your way all the time. How you handle them says a lot about you and how you handle adversity. Read More
I was recently posed with this question from someone that I work out with and he wanted me to elaborate and I thought it would be a great blog post.
“I love my lady with all my heart but she feels the need to be up under me 24/7. It’s cool some days but not every day. I am glad she wants to spend time with me but not all day every day. I don’t want her to get tired of me but if this keeps up I am definitely going to get tired of her. How can I explain this situation to her without making it look like I am being selfish or inconsiderate?”
There is nothing like spending quality time with your loved ones. But, compelling them to stick to you 24 hours a day is no way to stay in a relationship. Holding on to your relationship selfishly and not letting your partner be independent could cause your relationship to turn sour. Many people fail to realize that individuals differ in their approach to life. We should learn to accept each other’s differences and give our partners their desired space in the relationship. Giving space is important to maintain a healthy relationship. Read More
For most of us, one of the most painful things we can experience is a relationship break up. It’s like losing an important part of yourself.
But what if I told you that a relationship break up can turn out to be a very good thing for you? What if I said that it’s a chance to find yourself again and examine your priorities and your place in life?
You’re standing at a crossroads – all you need to do is make the right decision about how to proceed.
Why is a relationship break up so painful? Read More