The other day, I had a great little conversation with my man about compatibility and relationships. Following my game plan about manifesting my ideal man, I had written out a very clear and detailed sensory and emotion based description of him, how I’d feel being in a relationship with him and, of course, my non-negotiable criteria. My head and my heart expressing themselves together in 389 words to be exact, and printed out in blue italic Monotype Corsiva font and placed right on my desk where I can read it a few times a day until I was living and breathing it.
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It should be our goal as parents to raise our children to be secure people. Fortunately, most of us have implicit knowledge of the behavioral ingredients that combine to promote security. That implicit knowledge most likely comes from the lucky experience of having been parented by parents who were themselves “securely attached.”
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. It all started with the Marital Rating Scale. You've heard of eHarmony and Match.com, of course. These and other high tech matchmaking services have their roots in a low tech project started 80 years ago.