sex, dating & social life
Broken heart. It’s such a sad term, but somehow it doesn’t seem to fully encapsulate the excruciating, gut-wrenching feeling that an actual broken heart entails. t’s a uniquely agonizing emotional pain, really, and despite living it, most of us have no idea how we made it out on the other side. That’s where psychologist Guy Winich comes in. His recent Ted talk about fixing a broken heart made us look real hard at the heartbreak we’ve experienced and how to resolve it without letting it—well—break us.
Healthy living isn’t always easy, but Carolyn Brown sure knows how to help! If you aren’t caught up on our exclusive three-part column with this superwoman nutritionist, get to reading ladies. She has worked with a variety of clients to help them reach their weight and overall health goals, but she does it by implementing healthy changes into your lifestyle, rather than sacrificing your lifestyle for healthy changes… because after all, “you can live a healthy lifestyle without losing a social life.” But, what if work is the one the stealing away your social life? We’ve all had those weeks where we are stressed to the max and working crazy hours, and unfortunately, that can take a huge toll on our health habits. Luckily, Carolyn has some health hacks for when the metaphorical “chill pill” just won’t cut it.
ICYMI: Superwoman nutritionist Carolyn Brown is giving us her sagely advice on all things healthy living in a three-part column exclusively for the void. Carolyn Brown is a registered dietitian at Foodtrainers in NYC. She has worked with a variety of clients to help them reach their weight and overall health goals, but she does it by implementing healthy changes into your lifestyle, rather than sacrificing your lifestyle for healthy changes because after all, “you can live a healthy lifestyle without losing a social life.”That last part is what CB is focusing on this month: how to balance your health goals with your outgoing lifestyle.
With sober-January in full swing, and resolutions possibly starting to wane, we spoke with NYC's hottest and most sought after nutritionist and all around wellness blogger and guru, Carolyn Brown of Foodtrainers about how to keep the bad habits at bay while still enjoying time with your bae to help us get through the winter blahs and to keep our promise to be our best selves…
Why do relationships deteriorate over time? What causes people to disconnect and drift apart? I’m not just talking about intimate relationships between married couples and partners; I’m talking about all relationships. What is causing this epidemic of disconnection? Why can’t we maintain a deep connection with the people in our lives? I’ll tell you why.
If you have an important issue that you need to discuss with a person you’re in a relationship with, BUT you’re worried about how they will react, you’re not alone.
I’m about to bring up a subject matter that even today still turns adults into tweens. Ready? Here it is. I want to talk to you about your sex life.
In today’s world, not even Calgon (bath bubbles) can take you away from the dating scene. It’s all right there, constantly being played out for you on your Facebook and Instagram feeds. Maybe your last relationship ended a few months ago. Maybe it was a few years ago. Maybe you’re just feeling ready to step out again. You’re over the hurt feelings, you dealt with your part in the breakup gracefully and maturely, and you even learned a lot along the way. It’s empowering to know that you can put any situation in the rear view mirror. You’re ready for what’s next...until nothing happens.
Let me let you in on a secret… everyone is so hung up on love! It’s one of the top concerns I hear from my clients–otherwise successful people who feel like they’re utterly failing at it. Luckily, love is one of my favorite things to coach! I love to unravel people’s thought patterns, sort through all the competing “voices” in their heads, and help them face the truth so they can make the change.
Everyone wants to fall in love. Everyone wants a great love story. If you are single and reading this right now and wanting to find the one: you are not alone. As a matter of fact, the #1 question searched on Google at the moment is: “What is Love?”You are not going to figure out love by reading a definition on Google. Where should you look? In the mirror. YOU are the reason you haven’t found true love.