NHN, my husband works with several women, and occasionally they will have lunch meetings (usually as a group). I was okay with this until a friend told me recently that she saw my husband and one of his co-workers at lunch (in a very trendy lunch spot) and that they looked “too comfortable” for her liking. She said they laughed, looked at iPhone photos, and seemed to be socializing more than working. Should I be concerned my husband spends time with other women?
The best teachings one can give is one that has been experienced and the best lessons comes from experience. So today I want to talk to you about something I am going through personally. It’s about not giving up, waiting for a brighter day, looking and feeling positive regardless of the present situation of things. For one my life isn’t perfect and I am still waiting and hoping for better days and for a whole lot of things to fall into place, people look at me and say hey Michael what’s up? What’s new? And expect to hear about the new things, accomplishments, achievements etc in your life and when you tell them “same old” two things always happen:
Pastels are timeless enough that you can wear them year after year and when styled right, they're trendy and cool. The colours of this family are usually described as "soothing", "soft", "near neutral", "milky", "washed out", "desaturated", “romantic” and “ethereal”.
Stop wasting time regretting what you did a year ago. Start doing what you have to do now, so that in a year’s time you won’t regret what you did today. I turned 40 last week and I decided to celebrate quietly doing what I love doing best, GIVING to meaningful people who matter to me! No there wasn't any party, there wasn't any destination party either and there wouldn't. You only get to be 40 once and I am 40 already last week... Years ago, I stumbled on a book that opened up my eyes and made me question myself, "NKY WHAT WILL BE YOUR STORY OR ACHIEVEMENTS WHEN YOU TURN 40?"
“At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.” ~ Albert ShweitzerWho are the people who have shined the light of Jesus – shared the love of Jesus – with you? Who are the people who have shown you kindness and compassion? Friendship? Forgiveness? Grace? Who has God used to speak words of Truth, words of hope, words of healing in your life? Who has challenged you, convicted you, encouraged you, inspired you?
God, Make Him a Man Before I Make Him My Husband Written by Kia Speaks! It’s never my desire to speak in absolutes, but let’s be honest. There’s a significant number of women out here who just want to get married. We get so caught up in the validation that comes with “being chosen” that we don’t always put proper thought into who we are marrying. Or whether he’s a man at all.
A friend wrote this and I can’t but share it with you all my wonderful friends. It is a must read and mind blowing. Great revelation and a guide to all my single friends both male and female. - For my female single friends...it’s a must read for you. - For my married friends, it’s a yard stick for a change. - For my friends in troubled marriages, it’s an encouragement that nothing is too late. God is calling for a change in character and attitude and there is nothing too hard for God to do. Ask and it shall be given unto you. There is nothing God cannot do. Please enjoy and meditate.
Your partner hasn't been very talkative lately. He isn't calling or texting you much, either. Is he angry with you but not admitting it? Distracted by another woman? Is he falling out of love with you? If you sense a coldness or distance from your partner that's affecting your romantic life in the bedroom, it's likely that it has something to do with the way both of you are speaking and listening to each other. In other words, there is an energetic "block" in one of the most important aspects of your relationship. And it's putting a damper on the passion.