When news broke of his diagnosis with the neurological condition MS [multiple sclerosis] Jack...
So the quirky, lovely Aidan got the boot at the X Factor last night - very surprising and to be honest I think Katie should've gone - she looks so vulnerable.
Completely loved Matt’s take on Yellow Brick Road on Saturday night. Some of the notes he hits sound inhuman - incredible - make the hairs stand up on the back of my neck.
I'm rushing off to a conference but this afternoon I have a body language article going live on goodtoknow .co.uk - tracing the year Cheryl Cole's had through pictures from X Factor. Check it out if you're interested in body language analysis.
Over the weekend I chatted to a friend, who complained about another friend of hers, who's being a bit neglectful. My friend says this has never happened to her with a friendship. Yup, with a boyfriend being negelectful - but not a girlfriend.
We had an interesting discussion - bit of an eye-opener for her - but not for me because I hear these things about friendships all the time… as an agony aunt plus also from other friends who've felt let down - and I've been in this position too.
TODAY’S THOUGHT: think about your expectations for the friendship and then put yourself in the other person's shoes - are their expectations the same?
Do they expect to be in touch as much as you do? Or to share as much as you do?
Is their life going through a busy phase so they can’t be as much as a friend as before?
Before you write them off as a friend put it in perspective - ultimately if it comes down to them not wanting as serious a friendship as you do, then keep them as an acquaintance. Try deepening a different friendship instead.
But maybe the final question you ask yourself is: will they be there if you were in difficulties? If the answer is ‘yes’ they'd be there for you then they’re still a pretty good friend.
Happy Monday, Pam X
I'm very excited that my new book's available for pre-order on Amazon and should be in shops the end of April. Fellow author Siski Green says about Sex Academy - it really is THE Bible of sex books. The lessons and lectures cover the A-Z of everything you want to know - from Anal sex to getting Zero sex. Hope you enjoy it!
I was so excited and HAPPY to write this book on happiness covering my 10 unique Happiness Principles. I hope it helps increase your well-being, contentment, and happiness. I've packed it with dozens and dozens of easy-to-use strategies, plus life-changing insights. Based on about five years of collecting case studies and research I hope you'll find it helpful.
My latest sex guide's out - I've gone through thousands of questions people ask me about sex - from why they don't feel desire to how to handle a partner's kinky fetish. Here are the answers plus loads of tricks and techniques. Enjoy!
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