I posed this question today on Twitter:
Is going to the strip club considered cheating in your relationship?
I had to add that last part. There is no right or wrong answer to this question, because every relationship is based upon different mutually acceptable agreements.
I have customers ask me from time to time, “I don’t think I’m cheating on her by being here…do you?”
My response is always, “Whose opinion matters more to you, mine or your wife’s?” Read more... (212 words, estimated 51 secs reading time)
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is what my husband has said about his parents, our neighbors, and anyone who knows me from my “real life.” I agree to a certain extent, but as I am preparing this carefully timed mass media marketing campaign…I’m pretty sure there are going to be some pretty surprised people who find out what I’ve really been up to the past 10 years.
Will they treat me differently? Are they going to think bad things about me? Will they start whispering behind my back?
Probably. But it’s not stopping me. Read more... (305 words, 1 image, estimated 1:13 mins reading time)
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I’m back from vacation, but taking a few more days to myself before I head back to Christie’s. I ate LOTS of really good food. Whenever I know I don’t have to fit into a g-string with a flat stomach, I have a tendency to eat a dessert or two (or five). Tomorrow I head back to the gym, Wednesday I head back to Christie’s.
I found this interesting article. Thought I’d pass it along.
Marrying for love … of money
The Wall Street Journal
Dec. 14, 2007 09:40 AM
On a recent episode of “Dirty Sexy Money,” ABC’s soapy drama about the filthy rich, heiress Karen Darling gets married for the fourth time, to a golf pro. Minutes after the ceremony, she decides she wants a divorce, leaving the golfer to wonder about his $3 million guarantee in the pre-nuptial agreement. Read more... (1071 words, estimated 4:17 mins reading time)
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I saw this article when I logged off of hotmail.
If you don’t want to read the whole article, I found these snippets very interesting.
Of course, our generation can afford to chuck the Cinderella story when the glass slipper doesn’t fit. While our grandmothers were forced to remain shackled to unhappy unions for monetary reasons, most women today have the financial wherewithal to cry uncle and bolt whenever we get uncomfortable.
More and more women have that throwaway mentality with their first marriage — the ‘I want it now’ attitude.” Until, of course, you don’t. Read more... (1058 words, estimated 4:14 mins reading time)
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Why do people settle?
They settle in sub-par relationships. They settle with humdrum careers. They settle with their mediocre salary. They settle with their annual vacation to the same place year after year. They settle with not rocking the boat because they’re afraid of “what if…”
Most people doubt their full potential. They feel like things happen to them rather than taking the initiative to make things happen for them. Its easier that way. It sure is a lot easier than failure. Read more... (482 words, estimated 1:56 mins reading time)
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Not an uncommon theme I deal with on a daily basis.
“My marriage is falling apart. My wife and I just don’t have the same feelings for each other than when we first started dating. I guess I just don’t love her anymore and she doesn’t love me. The feeling just isn’t there anymore….What can ya do?”
Men and women have such different methods for dealing with break ups. Women eat ice cream and talk it out with their best girl friends. It’s a way of bonding: sharing emotional experiences and helping each other get through hard times is what makes female friendships stronger. The locker room at the strip club is ALWAYS full of relationship drama! Read more... (472 words, estimated 1:53 mins reading time)
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