Hello, I work out a lot and seem to be on the same workout schedule as a gorgeous woman who I think is similar in age to me. I’m on cardio on the same days as her, and weights, too, which leads to some casual interactions related to gym machines and so on. She's super nice with a great sense of humor. I'm careful not to offer unwanted advice, since she's in great shape and obviously doesn't need it, but I'd love to talk to her more. I want to ask her out—she's gorgeous, we seem to have the same values related to taking care of our bodies, and I'm totally impressed by her workout routines and stamina. I'd like to know more about her, go out on a date, then see where it goes. The problem is that I'm very aware of this whole post-Me Too culture, where women seem to view flirtation and attention from guys as offensive harassment. I feel like I can't make a move, because I don't want to become some internet post about the gross guy at the gym who won't leave her alone. I've … [Read more...] about Can I Flirt at the Gym?
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How do I find the right man who doesn't have a real problem?unsplashDear Love, I ended things with a love interest on Tuesday because he drinks a lot. I can’t change him, nor will I try — and I will not accept that kind of behavior as a norm in my life. The things that I am reaffirming for myself right now are that it’s okay to feel loss and miss someone that I decided was not good for me. Nothing is black and white except death. We can both hurt and be proud of our empowering decisions. My challenge is building my self-worth and perception of desirability by others (and not sexually, I mean intellectually/emotionally/academically/career-wise/potentiality) and me NOT settling.Looking for my Goldilocks-man. I’ve taken some advice from a friend to date someone for at least 90 days before sex gets involved. Apparently Steve Harvey wrote a book about it.At any rate, I did that with this guy and it was a great opportunity to allow time for him to show me who he … [Read more...] about I broke up with a man who drinks too much. How do I find the right man?
By contrast, the county had 1,970 votes cast on the first day of early voting in the 2014 midterm elections.The Williamses are a part of more than 4,500 Wilson County voters who have cast their ballots so far, according to the Board of Elections.Another option for voters is to cast a vote-by-mail ballot, which can be requested through the online form at EscambiaVotes.com, or by e-mail ([email protected]), phone (850) 595-3900, mail, or fax (850) 595-3914."A vote for any candidate for governor or lieutenant governor appearing on the 2018 general election ballot will be counted as a vote for that candidate", Miller wrote Monday afternoon.After five days of early voting, including the first weekend, more than 450,000 people have voted, according to statistics compiled Monday by Catawba College Professor Michael Bitzer, one of North Carolina's authorities on politics and voting.The ruling resulted from a lawsuit filed by the ACLU last week after election officials in a single … [Read more...] about When is early voting in Miami-Dade and where can I vote?
What is Yoga? When people think of yoga, they often think of people in a yoga studio moving into challenging positions. Perhaps they think of people sitting in a circle chanting. Yoga can look like this, but it can also be a series of simple movements that are used to connect you to your body and breath. Using Yoga as a Therapeutic Tool Yoga is a somatic or body based treatment format. It is most commonly used together with traditional talk therapy. Often an individual will have a primary therapist and also attend a therapeutic yoga class or see a yoga therapist as an adjunctive or additional treatment. In general, the yoga classes allows the individual to find safety in their body and to learn coping strategies in order to be aware of what is happening in their bodies in order to better address any issues relating to trauma, stress, anxiety, or depression. Often this is helpful in addressing other issues in a talk therapy format. Where can I find this kind of yoga? Trauma informed … [Read more...] about How yoga can help with trauma, anxiety, and depression: New class at Wealthy Theatre
Editor’s Note: This piece was submitted by Brooklyn Falter, a recent transfer student to Utah State University. life Most of my friends from high school graduated from various universities across the country last spring. This week was my first week of school at an actual University. I just started at Utah State University. The last two years of higher education, I studied at a small Community College at home in Washington. Before that I traveled internationally for 18 months and loved every minute. Being an Aggie’s been a real dream for years. It’s finally coming true. (Someday I hope to be a True Aggie, but that’s just me dreaming…) First impressions of college life So the first week of school was everything I expected and more. Walking up Old Main Hill was more challenging than anticipated. Gotta make smarter shoe decisions I guess. I saw so many new faces, (beautiful faces, I might add). There were so many activities, … [Read more...] about First Impressions of USU: Where Do I Fit?