Back to Back Issues Page
With You in Mind, Issue #30 - December, 2010 -- Infidelity Advice: Are you cheating?
November 30, 2010

With You in Mind, Issue #30 - December, 2010
Infidelity Advice: Are you cheating?
A Newsletter about the Fascinating Way the Mind Works

In this Issue:
Way of the Mind's Article: Infidelity Advice: Are you cheating?
Mind Boggling: Brain Regeneration
Subconscious Mind Products: Painless Studying
Mind Games: Myrrh anyone?
Mind Tickle, by Evelyn Underhill
Bear in Mind my Upcoming Events: Belly Dance and Face Reading
What's on Your Mind? Your questions
At the Back of My Mind - Next month's newsletter


Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, Jolly Kwanza, or whatever you want to celebrate at the end of 2010! Personally, I am ready to celebrate wherever there is good food and good cheers, including aboard the Norwegian Gem for a pre-Christmas cruise!
Whether you learn about myrrh, the brain, infidelity or painless studying, I hope you enjoy reading this newsletter.
As always, don't hesitate to drop me a line about this issue or the previous ones. Back issues can be found here.

Way of the Mind's Article: Infidelity Advice - Are you cheating?

This candid infidelity advice article takes an honest look at affairs, clarifying the definition of "affair" and "emotional affair," and warning you of situations where affairs can happen.

What constitutes an affair?

Infidelity Advice #1: Everyone has a different definition of "affair," depending on how convenient this definition is to their situation.
An overly jealous man might find that a lively conversation between his wife and another man is an affair. On the other hand, a married woman once explained to me that she was not having sex with her male friend; but when I asked her what they were actually doing together, she replied: "Everything but penetration!"
However, affairs - including "emotional affairs" - usually involve a betrayal, a breach of trust, even when they are done under "mutual consent" since the consent is rarely mutual.

Infidelity Advice #2: Almost all people who have affairs lie. What makes the affair hurtful to the committed relationship is its secrecy, the need to hide it from the other partner.
It is the deception (be it sexual or emotional) that creates the most damage to the trust and the future of the relationship. When the affair is discovered, most partners recover faster from the idea that their partner had an emotional or sexual liaison with someone else, than from the fact that they were deceived.

Infidelity Advice #3: Affairs do hurt, whether they are discovered or not. When the affair is never discovered, it still creates an invisible wall - often based on guilt - between the two partners. This wall can slowly lead to a breakup.
Read the rest of this article here.

Mind Boggling
Brain Regeneration
According to recent pioneering experiments, the brain is capable of altering its structure and function - including generating new neurons - even well into old age. Fellow Baby Boomers, there is hope after all!

Subconscious Mind Featured Product
Painless Studying -- A Hypnosis Session to Ease the Learning Process
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a remedy that both relieves stress and prepares your mind to study? It does exist!
You can now relax your mind in order to access your subconscious mind and tap into its unlimited resources. Painless Studying provides relaxation and mind clarity through encouraging and comforting suggestions combined with a soothing musical background.
Just listen to this recording on a regular basis, each time you are ready to study. It will calm you down and will open your mind to the learning process. Studying has never been this easy. All it takes is 23 minutes of easy listening per day!
View product information and/or purchase downloadable version (mp3)

Mind Games
The three Wise Men brought to Jesus gold, frankincense and myrrh? What is myrrh?

You will find the solution in the next issue of With You in Mind but you still have one month to think about it!

Solution of last newsletter's Mind Game:
What happened between October 4 and 15, 1582? Nothing! The Julian calendar was abandoned, and the Gregorian calendar was adopted. It dropped 10 days to bring the calendar back into synchronization with the seasons. Therefore, the days between October 4 and 15, 1582 never existed.

Congratulations to Clifton R. the first one to reply with the right answer!

Mind Tickle
We spend most of our lives conjugating three verbs: to want, to have, and to do. - Evelyn Underhill

Bear in Mind my Upcoming Events

Face Reading
This Summer, I became a Certified Physiognomist, or Face Reader. Based on a photo and without ever meeting the subject, I can tell a lot about someone’s personality.
If you are looking for an interesting Christmas present, or would like to know what a prospective business partner, employee or lover is all about, order a face reading analysis. So far, I offer this service by email only. Let me know if you are interested.

Belly Dance
I will be holding private belly dance birthday and bachelorette parties, this month. Also if you are planning a Christmas or Holiday party with a different twist, think of having all your guests bellydance! Just reply to this email.

What's on Your Mind?
I would love to receive your questions, suggestions or comments. If you have an interesting question, I may decide to write an article about it!

At the Back of My Mind
Watch out for next month's newsletter. I will share tips on our attitude towards money and will feature a product to help you develop confidence.

If you enjoyed this newsletter,, please forward it to a friend.

If a friend did forward With You in Mind to you and you like what you read, please subscribe to this newsletter.

Till next time, keep me in mind!


Back to Back Issues Page