The King of Chalices card suggests that you should be willing to take a risk on something that moves you emotionally or spiritually. You may have the opportunity to benefit from wise council from a mature male influence that may come into your life or be awakened within you. This King can guide you by example on how to become more compassionate and calm. Then you can fully commit emotionally to your goals or ideals. Try to be inspired by his sense of adventure and the excitement that can be felt in the joy of simply waking each day. If you learn these lessons well, then you can be happy and fulfilled. These teachings can change your life for the better.
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Win Your Man Over – with Help from the Cosmos!Read More »from Win Your Man Over – with Help from the Cosmos!
Your lover's Sun sign can provide a glimpse into what he truly wants when it comes to romance. If you're looking to win your man over, take these love tips from the cosmos to heart!
He's the independent sort, so don't be clingy. He loves action and is known for being competitive, so be confident and challenge him!
Since his is the most sensual sign of the zodiac, how you smell, look, taste, sound, and feel is key. Subtle scents, soft fabrics, and physical affection could well sway his heart.
The way to his heart is most definitely through his mind. Talk to him, ask questions, and share what you discover. Trivia relaxes him -- and believe it or not, comedy can often set the scene for romantic moments!
Home and family are his top priorities. If you're able to enjoy all things domestic, he'll start seriously considering the future before long.
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It's not every day that you see a fit guy dating a bigger girl.
So when my girlfriend Gloria Shuri Nava wrote an essay about being overweight and dating a fit guy for Yahoo! Shine, I expected some controversy. What I didn't expect were people talking about our relationship all over the world—even the ladies on The View had an opinion!
Living in Scotland, I saw the story before Gloria— it went live while she was still asleep in San Fransisco. In just a few hours, it got a crazy number of comments (today, there are almost 12,000) and shares on Facebook (3,000 and counting).
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Gloria and I deal with prejudice on a daily basis, so we had braced ourselves for an onslaught of harsh comments. But surprisingly, the first batch was overwhelmingly positive. There were notes of encouragement from other plus-sized women and thinner men who said they found nothing odd about us as a couple.
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Kris Shook and Heather Karl have bigger challenges than most as they approach marriage. As the couple goes forward with their wedding this Saturday, Shook is completing five of his six rounds of chemotherapy for stage-four cancer.
The met two years ago, when Shook was a healthy, competitive fitness consultant. He came over to help Karl move - but it was actually a setup. And it worked. The two began dating. Shook proposed on a gondola at Crystal Mountain Resort in Mount Rainier National Park. The two started a real estate business together.
And then, a visit to the doctor brought a diagnosis.
"They told me not only do I have stage-four lymphoma, I have two different kinds of lymphoma," Shook told local news station King 5. Three months before they were to tie the knot, the two decided to keep planning for the wedding - and their future together.
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First Date TipsLooking for love? Craving a real connection? Sick of the games? Then stop playing them.
You might not even realize the games you play. You may think that you are just abiding by "the rules," following the conventional dating expectations that dictate when you should call, not call, make yourself available, pretend to be busy, and tip toe around the truth… which isn't lying, it's just not being exactly transparent. Well screw the rules! It's time to get real. This new column is the no-games approach to dating that will help you break down your barriers, be your authentic self, and step out your strategy to finally meet "the"one, as opposed to just another "some"one.
On your first date, don't stick with "safe" subjects like your career, your dog, and your favorite travel spots. Get raw! Open up. Share something about yourself. That's the purpose of the first date right? To figure out if there is chemistry, if you're a potential fit, if you shareRead More »from Why You Should Fly Your Red Flags
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You want to date someone who appreciates you. Someone with his shit together. Someone mature, evolved. Ready to take you seriously. The problem is, you think that person has to be older than you. But you're wrong. Just as chronological age doesn't always "cure" one of immaturity, a man can be all of these things and still be 24, 28, 30 (depending on what you consider young). You just need to give him a chance. 7 Reasons Why You Should Date a Younger Man
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You've told yourself you don't really want a younger man. You use it as a reason to blow them off, pare back your options, and fuel embittered stories about how It's So Hard to Meet Good Men. But that's not a power position, and it does you no favors. Common reasons people wave off dating younger:
You don't believe that a younger man would want you. You've been taught that past a certain age, you're over the hill, undesirable. And you've swallowed it whole.
You cling to stereotypical ideas
by Marla Pachter from HowAboutWeRead More »from 8 Reasons to Date Someone in the Food Industry
It takes a certain kind of person to work in the food industry. Turns out that kind of person is a very datable one. Don't believe me? Just check out these top 8 reasons...8 Reasons to Date Someone In The Food Industry
1. Discounts on Food, duh. Whether you're paying or they're paying, indulge in that extra dessert cause it might be 50% off or it might even be on the house.
2. They like people! They will probably (definitely) tell you they hate people, because the service industry will do that to you, but really what makes them good at their job is their ability to talk to anyone, so they'll be great when it's time to meet your friends, and even greater when it's time to meet your parents.
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3. They're attentive. Servers, hostesses, even restaurant managers all have their part in taking care of the customer and making sure they have the best experience that can. This basically includes waiting on them hand and foot, getting them whatever they need,
- Astrology.com Tarot | Love + Sex – Mon, Jul 15, 2013 12:13 PM EDT
The Knave of Chalices card reversed suggests that a troubled childhood, being possessive or a lack of or emotional validation could be responsible for hurt feelings or the loss of certain long-held romantic ideals. You could be asking, 'What was I thinking?' or 'Why bother?' If you are caught up in petty quarrels, manipulation or promiscuity, or are feeling defensive, victimized, confused or paralyzed by fear, you may not be able to move forward in your love life or relationship. A heart-to-heart could renew enthusiasm or help you to become emotionally available.
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Give, give, give. It's what women often do. And that's great. But forgetting relationships are two-way streets isn't. "The biggest issue I see in my practice is women struggling to find their voice and being too selfless," says clinical psychologist Andra Brosh, PhD. Taking care of yourself and your sanity, with your spouse's support, provides the fuel to tackle marriage and family obstacles that inevitably arise. Here, experts share signs you need to carve out time for you and tips on accomplishing that. Photo by Getty Images
1. When you don't look like yourself anymore.
At first, it's missing a few workouts. Then, it's forgetting to schedule your monthly haircut. Before you know it, you don't recognize the person in the mirror. "Prioritizing yourself is no different than making other things in your life your focus," says Dr. Brosh. "You have to plan and follow through with self-care." Only you can decide how much time you need for that, but it should be recurring.
Despite divorce being so common, it can sometimes feel like you are the only "failure" out there when it comes to your marriage ending. For me, the choice to end my marriage was easy. The positives that have come out of my decision far outweigh the jokes about me having an ex or the prom picture that haunts me to this day. For others, it may not be or have been so easy. But what I've come to realize is that for many of us going through a divorce or having gone through one, no matter how easy or how hard, there is a period of time where we buy into a lot of crap. Today I am here to tell you that you are not a failure, as well as 7 more things you may have falsely bought into. -By Krishann BriscoeRead More »from False Alarms: 8 Lies We Buy into After a Divorce
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