“There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness.” ~ Lady Blessington
Are you feeling like life after a toxic relationship has noting to offer?
- Are you bored and feeling kinda ugly and unapproachable lately?
- Are you tired of feeling unattractive?
Do you wanna bring out your inner goddess? Do you want to bring your sexy back, or to find it for the first time?
Good news – I’m a total nerd who loves to study the science behind human psychology, including attraction and how it works. That’s why I’m always paying attention and asking questions.
Today, I’m sharing something that answers the question every woman wants answered, but few are brave enough to really ask.
And many women have a different idea of what men consider hot. That’ why I asked my focus group of about 150 people what they think makes a woman hot.
Just as some similarities in perceptions showed through, there were some very marked differences between men and women on what they think makes a women hot. I’ll explain all that for you – and more – in this video.
So there’s a new thing happening in the medical world, and I’m not really sure what to think about it. Maybe it’s not THAT new, and maybe you’ve heard of it. But here’s the thing – it’s kind of like a face-lift, but for your vagina.
How do I put this delicately…? I guess I can’t do better than this: the procedure is designed to help rejuvenate the vagina. Ahem.
At first glance, you find yourself feeling a little judgy – after all, who would have vanity procedures done to her girly parts? Doesn’t that feel a bit…shallow?
I sorta did at first. But that was before I learned that the procedure is actually something that helps all kinds of women with all kinds of issues, including incontinence, vaginal tightening and improving sensation and function.
So the procedure turns out to be less of a procedure and more of an energy medicine, from what I understand.
“ThermiVa is a new form of energy medicine that uses radio frequency heat therapy to promote collagen synthesis, resulting in shrinkage and tightening of female tissues,” according to the website. The process is “non-surgical, non-invasive, and pain-free and is smart alternative to more invasive procedures.”
What does that mean, exactly?
It’s “an in-office, non-surgical procedure that uses radio frequency energy to gently heat tissue through an “S” shaped hand piece. Heat and energy shrinks skin and tightens external and internal vulvovaginal tissue. The hand piece features disposable applicator with gentle curves to provide comfort. No downtime is necessary. The new tissue will be tighter and younger looking due to new collagen growth and thicker skin resulting from the application of radio frequency to the area.”
From what I’ve learned, this is an ideal treatment for “women who wish to tighten and tone their genital tissues to improve sexual activity and personal comfort.”
People who opt for this treatment:
- Are experiencing vaginal laxity after pregnancy and childbirth
- Wish to reduce vaginal dryness and loss of vaginal tone after menopause
- Want to improve urinary stress incontinence
- Any woman who would like a more youthful and refreshed appearance.
- The best way to find out if you could benefit from ThermiVa is to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Shieh.
So what do you think about this option? Would you do it? Share your thoughts in the comments and let me know what you think!
How hard is it to start over when you are in your 40s? Or can you really start over? When it to late to start a new career, job or life?
Starting over at 40 – is that considered being at your rock bottom? What about 46?
When J.K. Rowling said, “Rock bottom is the solid foundation on which I built my life,” she hit the nail on the head.
Sometimes you gotta sink down to the depths to find the energy to skyrocket back up. The good news: You’re on the right page to do just that. Let’s begin.
Well, here’s my two cents. I’m 46 years old, just lost my job of 10 years, my kids are off to college and I’m completely lost right now.
I can start over, life is too short to stop now…Just my two cents
Now it’s your turn: What do you think? Let me have your two cents in the comments.
“When mothers talk about the depression of the empty nest, they’re not mourning the passing of all those wet towels on the floor, or the music that numbs your teeth, or even the bottle of capless shampoo dribbling down the shower drain. They’re upset because they’ve gone from supervisor of a child’s life to a spectator. It’s like being the vice president of the United States.” ~Erma Bombeck
What happens when the kids grow up and leave? You know, the good old “empty nest syndrome.”
Want my two cents? This has been one of the questions I have been dealing with for some time now. We all love our children but at the same time, we do really want them to grow up and become independent.
The empty nest.
Who is left when the kids are all grown and gone? Is that really when the pain begins?
You are left alone all the time with your mate, if you’ve got one. All the time. How fun is that?
Well it starts out fun, and the time goes on. And then? You run out of things to do.
The love making, the late night movies, dinner with a friends and walking around the house nude. It all becomes…the norm. No longer is it exciting or “taboo.”
But being a mother, a lot of times you want someone to take care of. You want someone who looks for you to take care of them when they are not feeling well. Who only want their mommies.
If you ask me? This job will never been done, being a mommy. Just My 2 Cents.