Showing posts from June, 2012

Gaggle Gal?

A very interesting article I found on know this will raise eyebrows, but it makes sense. Especially for me.  Every woman needs a 'gaggle' of menIan Kerner, a sexuality counselor and New York Times best-selling author, blogs about sex weekly on The Chart. Read more from him on his website, GoodInBed. If you’re a single woman and you’re looking for love, forget about “The Rules” and stop worrying that “He’s just not that into you.”
That was then, this is now - it’s a post-dating world you’re living in, and that means you have to shed your one-to-one mind-set and start thinking in terms of one to many.
In other words? Stop searching for Mr. Right and look around at all the Mr Right(s).

That’s the premise of "The Gaggle," a new book from Jessica Massa, who, along with Rebecca Wiegand, runs the website “WTF Is Up With My Love Life?!
According to Massa and Wiegand, every woman - single or not - should have her own gaggle, a group of guys that occupy …

To Have or Not to Have...?

Kind of interesting that the reasons NOT to have children outnumber the reasons TO have children. Sadly, the older I get, the less I want them. And it doesn't help having a significant other who doesn't want children either. Also, being a first grade teacher is the best contraceptive/sterilization method on the planet. Maybe someday I'll adopt...if I'm feeling particularly bored with my life and want to give up all my freedom. We'll see. I'm young. Thanks to mom and dad for getting together though! 20 Reasons Not to Have ChildrenBirth. Imagine pushing a grapefruit through your anus. Imagine it taking ten hours. Imagine that after ten hours of trying to push a grapefruit through your anus and failing that doctors cut a big hole in your belly to remove the grapefruit. Don’t believe anyone who says that they forget all about it in a few months.Responsibility. All of life’s prior responsibilities pale in comparison. If you decide to have a child, that new per…


People are so wrapped up in their own lives; it's like pulling teeth to get others to stop focusing entirely on themselves and think about someone else. I believe it is a true art form to be capable of spending the time and energy to express concern for another. You might not be sincere, you might not do it all of the time, but imagine how you feel if everyone around you seems to only talk about themselves? They never really ask you how you are doing or if everything is all right with you? It's not exactly a great feeling.

A relationship is based on mutual concern. Whether it's your mother, your friend, your significant other, your dog - you both care about each other, and hopefully equally. If the scales are tipped too much to one side, the balance of the relationship is compromised. Both parties involved should equally care for each other. The relationship is then a healthy one. Sometimes you have to completely put your life aside for someone, but it's with the reali…