Six Tips For Sensuality

Six Tips For Sensuality Contact me now if you want to find out more about the above Many people think that being sensual is about dressing in sexy cloths and enhancing their physical appearance. This isn’t really the case. In reality sensuality starts in the mind and can only manifest itself in the physical by having the right attitude towards yourself, others and the natural world you live in. Here are six tips to discover and increase your self-sensuality  The clue is in the word. SENSuality has everything to do with your senses. Pay attention to your senses and carefully listen so that you recognize the things that make you feel alive. What smells make you flourish and what do you see that really gets you excited inside? What are the sounds that give your spirit a real lift and what is it that when it comes in contact with[…]

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Love – An emotional impulse or a physical expression

Love – An emotional impulse or a physical expression Contact me now if you want to find out more about this topic It is one of the most sought after gifts that one person can bestow on another; the gift of being loved. But it is all too easy to dismiss this ‘Love Gift’ as an intangible emotion which can or cannot be proved to even exist. It is the easiest thing in the world to utter words like ‘I Love You’ but how can it be proved that this famous phrase is not just an empty gesture with no substance but a heart-felt sentiment with feeling and meaning? So this then begs the question as to whether love is actually emotion or a physical. Some might argue that the physical love to which I refer is actually simply an outward expression of the emotional love that one person feels[…]

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Is Your Love Life All You Want it to be

Is Your Love Life All You Want it to be? Contact me now if you want to find out more about this topic There are many aspects to what we commonly call “Love”. There is the love we have for friends and family. There is also the love many of us feel for the world, its inhabitants and the universe. But the love for an intimate relationship is probably the type most fraught with challenges and insecurities. We tend to think of the loving feelings we have for anyone else who is not an intimate partner as everlasting and probably in most cases unconditional. The love you have for your friends and family may not be high intensity but it will probably last a lifetime. It is the kind of bond that would take a very serious problem to break. Love with an intimate partner is, on the other hand[…]

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Intimacy and You

Intimacy and You Contact me now if you want to find out more about this topic I have learned many things about intimacy over the years through study and working with individuals and couples. But three things stand out from everything else I have learned: 1. Intimacy begins in the mind not in the body 2. There can be a huge difference between intimacy and sex 3. Being emotionally and physically intimate is usually inbuilt and rarely disappears (even when it has not been experienced for a long time) While the first two above are really important I would like to have a look at the 3rd in just a bit more detail. It is often the case that when a relationship comes to an end the feeling of intimacy diminishes. There can be all sorts of reasons for this and usually as self-confidence is rebuilt the emotional intimacy you[…]

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Are People in Relationships Happier

Are People in Relationships Happier? Contact me now if you want to find out more about this topic Is your Love Life All You Want it to be? It has been said that where there is love there is life. Does that mean a person without love in his/her life is without life? If the statement “where there is love there is life” is true, does it only apply to intimate love with a partner or is it enough simply to have friends and family who love you? It seems to me from the work I have done with both individuals and couples that people who are in close loving relationships with other people seem, in general, to be a bit more positive about life than those with few close friends. But the people who seem to have a real grip on their life do in fact appear to be[…]

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Act your age – you’re too old to have fun

Act your age – you’re too old to have fun Contact me now if you want to find out more about this topic Most of us have been embraced by our parents actions at sometime (or example seeing them on the dance floor at a wedding). There is a dawning process when you realised that your parents are human beings and not just there to feed, clothe and give you things that you needed. Sometimes we need to remind ourselves that we are human and not just there for other people. We want to have fun but often forget how. Society tells us that at different stage in our lives we should conform and act our age. A five year old can act irresponsibly ‘she’s only a child’. At sixteen, ‘well he’s just a teenager he’ll grow out of it. A twenty five year old, ‘look to the future, start[…]

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Unattached and Over 50 Give up on Love

Unattached and Over 50 Give up on Love Contact me now if you want to find out more about this topic Julie, by her own admission, has a life that many of her friends would love to have. She is financially independent, has two grown up successful children, has more friends than can be counted on two hands and could be out socialising every night of the week. Yet there is one part of Julie’s life that she admits to have given up on … Love. Like many women of a certain age and above, Julie finds herself single again after being in what she would describe as an ‘average successful relationship’ for many years. Like many relationships hers just dwindled into something that for her and her partner didn’t warrant staying together; so they didn’t. Since the break up Julie has really found her feet in the single social[…]

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