Dr. Romance's Happiness Tip: Asking for What you Want
Some online dating profiles list way too many activities! You need to show a little restraint. For more tips, samples and blogs check out my site.
I've been reading Judy Ford's new book on being single. It's a great book and raised an interesting question: what would you do if you knew that you would never again be in a committed relationship? After thinking it over, I realized that I enjoy the freedom of being single, and that I have a very rich life. So my answer is that I would do pretty much what I'm doing now. That was a very empowering realization. Now I'm not saying that I actually will be single the rest of my life, but I'm committed to this: that if I do enter a serious relationship again, it will be a choice and not based on need, but on sharing what I have with someone special.
Dear Dr. Romance: I've had almost 200 dates, what am I doing wrong?
Here's Part II of my Ugly Duckling story.
Instead of looking for a friend to set you up, enlist a friend to be your wingman and help you get out there and meet new people. Not sure what makes a great wingman? Read on...
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There is something about fresh cut flowers that inspires us to feel pretty, sexy and alive. It’s no wonder petal powered potions are making a comeback this summer. If you are entertaining friends or in the mood for a fresh and flirty night cap, here is a selection of flower-infused liqueurs (and recipes) that are bound to make a splash this season!<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> Lavender Cello Liqueur by Loft: In the culinary world, the herbes de Provence combination of lavender, thyme, rosemary and savory has become a classic cooking staple but not until now has a stand-alone liqueur made use of the sweet taste of this pretty purple flower. Much like the lemony Italian digestive limoncello, Lavender Cello liqueur has a sweet taste but with the light floral flavor and scent of lavender. For a new twist on the traditional Daiquiri try the following:
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