“WEWomen Supporting Men’s Health”, NOV 2015

Take control of your health and look after yourself. Talk about the big stuff in life The break up of a relationship, loss of a job, financial trouble or becoming a father are big moments in a man’s life that happen to many men. It’s important to recognize the impact of these and know it’s ok to talk about how you’re coping with the change. Knowledge is power Family history is one of the most powerful tools to understanding your health. Family history affects your level of risk … [Read more...]

10 Ways to Scare Off Your Boyfriend

  Finding the right guy isn’t easy. Scads of self-help books, talk shows and magazine articles are dedicated to the art of finding, and keeping, a man. Even the most fiercely independent women can find themselves searching for Mister Right, then inadvertently scaring them away with these ten early-relationship snafus.     Here are 10 'early-relationship' snafus to avoid, giving the first year or so a chance: Drop the Premature L-Bomb – One surefire way to send a … [Read more...]

Ness: A Mother’s Story

  Ness: A Mother's Story A brief history. ...    I divorced a few years ago now, my husband was an alcoholic gambler.   "We had two beautiful daughters who are now 18 and 21. The eldest went off to university and returned 3 years later with an honours degree. The youngest (being most like her father) hated me for divorcing her dad and chose to live with him. Four years on, she has finally seen the light that her father stands in, for what it is...but this isn't a story about him...it's about … [Read more...]

CelebrateLove.com – “Shh!” Quiet please! In some relationships…

Shh! by Larry James Quiet please! In some relationships... it's a noisy world. Sometimes it is best to just listen. Don't talk.   Few things are more frustrating in a relationship than having to repeat yourself because the person you are speaking to isn’t listening or both parties are so determined to get their own points across that they have little regard for what the other is saying. We all like to broadcast their thoughts and feelings, however not … [Read more...]

Interracial Relationships – WOMEN in RECOVERY

      In recent years, people have become more open minded, and as a result, they have broadened their horizons regarding what type of person they would like to date. This means that we have all had the opportunity to meet wonderful people who may or may not be the same race as we are. Interracial relationships can be very rewarding, but can also be very complicated.   ... but honestly, they become complicated only because people make them that way.      Dealing with the … [Read more...]

Ness: A Mother's Story

  Ness: A Mother's Story A brief history. ...    I divorced a few years ago now, my husband was an alcoholic gambler.   "We had two beautiful daughters who are now 18 and 21. The eldest went off to university and returned 3 years later with an honours degree. The youngest (being most like her father) hated me for divorcing her dad and chose to live with him. Four years on, she has finally seen the light that her father stands in, for what it is...but this isn't a story about him...it's about … [Read more...]

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