Healthy Weight

Healthy weight maintenance is one thing everyone will be striving to do in the new year. Resolutions are popping up in our heads at the moment and a lot of them have to do with losing weight. A Healthy weight programme is a more sustainable and wiser option than 'fast weight loss diets' that enable you to lose a large amount of weight in one week. I have the perfect solution to the healthy weight phenomenon. If I told you I could show you a way to reach your healthy weight without going on a diet, what would you say? Yes! I can show you a programme to help you attain that healthy weight loss and drop at least 2 dress sizes in 8 weeks! Think of what this would do for your confidence and relationships.

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Healthy weight for women
We women have a more difficult time than our male counterparts. For example, I had 3 babies in as many years and could never find the time to go to a gym or weight-loss groups. I invented the above mentioned programme to help me to maintain a sustainable, healthy weight free, from my own home. I know (first hand) that going on a diet is not an option for many women. This is why you can now get what's worked so well for me. Diets set us up for failure and by definition, aren't permanent fissures in our lives. Women, especially - because of the way our bodies are made up - need a more sustainable way to achieve a healthy weight loss. It's time to resolve to ditch fast weight loss diets - not to go on yet another boring, useless diet.

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Notice, we're not talking about fast weight loss, crash diets, or lose weight-in-a-week quick fixes that leave dieters falling flat on their faces. Maintaining good health is about a complete programme that involves all aspects of your life. This programme, therefore, is perfect for your New Year's resolution because it deals with all of you - completely - and among other things, gives you a mind overhaul about the your attachment to food. Healthy weight loss leaves you feeling great about your decision to lose weight - not hungry because you're involved in an unsustainable diet.

Here's my healthy weight loss book. It's called, 'How To Really Lose Weight Without Dieting'. I'm sure your healthy weight loss resolutions start here. You have my  promise of first-hand help as you read through and follow the programme in this book. Once you purchase it (hard copy or kindle) send me a message with any questions you have as you proceed. This is not a diet. It's a lifestyle for healthy weight loss!

Home For Christmas

The Relationship Blog wishes you a wonderful holiday and hopes that you're all home for Christmas. My sister, who's in the army is home for Christmas this year. She'll be in Afghanistan this time in 2012, but this year she's with us, so we'll make the best of it!

I hope that if you're reading this you've managed to get home for Christmas. I also hope that your husband or wife or other family members have made it home for Christmas too. I don't want to think about what it would be like, missing someone you love at this time of year.

Thanks so much for your support in 2011. Please let me know in the comment box how I can meet your needs better on The Relationship Blog in 2012. Here's to us all!


I would also like to take this time to say Merry Christmas to my 2011 sponsors. Their links are below. I (and they) will appreciate it if you shopped with them if you're looking for deals during this time.

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Merry Christmas to all!

Dating After Divorce

Dating after divorce can be a difficult adjustment for most people. After a long relationship and years spent living with the same person, suddenly being on your own can be scary. And then you have to get on the dating scene again - a steep hill to climb when you've been out of the game for a long time.  The first and most important thing to remember when dating after a divorce is; don’t rush yourself. A divorce is an incredibly exhausting process, so take things slowly and learn to enjoy being on your own for a while.


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For successful dating After divorce: stay active
Being by yourself is going to be difficult so it's important to keep busy and engaged with life. Taking up a new hobby will keep your mind focused and enable you to learn new skills and qualities. It will also help you meet new people, which for some reason only becomes harder as we get older. Relationships are usually centred on work or family life, but embracing a new hobby or class will throw you into an environment with people of similar interests.
Starting a new hobby or renewing an old interest can be the positive start you need to move on with your life and rebuild your confidence. Perhaps there is something you have always wanted to try but your ex-husband was never keen. You may even find that you enjoy it more than you ever did. By engaging in old interests, you won’t have any regrets about why you never pursued them.

Relationship Help Forum: Find Your Love, Lose Your Love

This blog is affiliated to a relationship forum that has helped a lot of women stand on their own two feet where their relationships are concerned. Every couple of months (or so) we feature another real relationship crisis and its solution to help you with your love life. Of course, all names and identifiable details are changed to protect identities. Here’s *Kathy’s story. Have you had a similar 'find your love' experience?

She found her love relationship
I’m really young, but for some stupid reason seem to have met the love of my life early – in high school. Although, this year, we haven’t officially “gone out”, we’ve been extremely close and I realised about 6 months ago that I was completely and utterly in love with him. At the time this came as a happy realisation, and I thought – because of the things he said and did – that he felt the same way about me.

He had another love relationship
However, I then found out, not directly from him, that he “liked” another girl. I was very confused by this and asked him if it was true. He only admitted that it was, the third time I asked. Apparently he was torn, and could not choose between the two of us. Naturally, my heart was bruised by this severely. I got advice from friends to go for it and snatch him before the other girl did, but attempting this only got me more wound up in the whole matter and more in love. Later I saw her texts on his phone, and then saw them at several different events flirting and kissing passionately. My heart was crushed.
Anne Lyken-Garner is a published author, editor and freelance writer. Her specialities include relationships and confidence building. You can find her inspirational memoir here.
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