Relationship Advice: Wash That (Bad) Man Out of Your HairWritten by Terry Hernon MacDonald
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Your goal is to become indifferent. In other words, you want to get to point where you’d rather shop for socks than hang out with guy.
4) Write a list of all things you have going for you: Sense of humor? Compassion? Resourcefulness? Remember every compliment you've ever gotten. Write them down. Whip ‘em out whenever you start mooning over What’s-His-Name. Know that you're an excellent catch.
5) Take care of yourself. Speak to yourself as you would a beloved child. Wear clothes that honor your body. Eat foods that nourish you. Avoid convenience foods that damage your health and your looks. Buy yourself flowers.
The antidote to being stuck on a bad man is to learn to love yourself enough to stop being attracted to him. The bonus? After a while, you’ll start attracting (and being attracted to!) men who really know how to love a woman.
Go for it.
Terry Hernon MacDonald gave up dating losers, schmoozers, and No-Show Joes 16 years ago. She is the happily married author of "How to Attract and Marry the Man of Your Dreams." Visit her website at http://www.marrysmart.com Check out her blog at http://happygirlmusing.blogspot.com
Microdermabrasion-What is it?Written by Yvonne Finn
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The most obvious limitations to microdermabrasion is that it needs to be repeated, as it's effects are not lasting. A word of caution, please be careful when choosing a professional in this field or, any other for that matter. There are millions of dollars being made in this ever-growing cosmetic service and unfortunately, not ever practitioner is as skilled as he/she claims! Our face is most distinguishing feature on our bodies and while we may want to make some improvements, we don't want to risk disfigurement. Facial rejuvenation procedures that require surgery and laser dermabrasion are, in my opinion, best left to a very skilled, competent cosmetic surgeon. I wouldn't trust my face to any other! However, meicrodermabrasion can be gentler and much less invasive that those requiring skills of a professional. There are now packaged, microdermabrasion kits, that you can purchase online, in drugstores or your favourite department stores.
Know your skin type and ingredients to which you might be allergic FOLLOW THE LISTED INSTRUCTIONS IN THE KIT! Here is one of gentler"at home" microdermabrasion products I have found. It's called "Renewing Microdermabrasion Complex" and it does just that! It renews, plus it is made from all natural ingredients, including comfrey and green tea. Want to start gently?
Yvonne helps her customers make good skin care choices for all ages and all skin types. See her latest recommendation here: http://www.freewebs.com/natural-skin-care/microdermabrasion.htm