BIG LOVE. The LOVE of a lifetime. The kind of love that’ll make your sunny days brighter and will make your gray days warmer- forever. I wish that for you. I WANT that for you. I wouldn’t be spending hours and hours and days and days- writing these articles, writing my book, doing our Love Breakthrough Telecourse and Love Breakthrough Weekend Program workshops if I didn’
DATING ADVICE AND TIPS
by Julie Robinson Our hodge-podge group of friends / acquaintances met for football and dancing (odd combination, I know) at a local lounge rented out for a private party late last fall. Wearing my thigh high leather boots and sequin mini-skirt, I was ready to get down to some serious boogie-ing. The energy felt ripe for a woman who exudes confidence.
So you’ve been dating this guy (or girl) for a while, and you’ve realized that it’s time to go beyond just a drawer at each other’s places. Wouldn’t it be great to wake up together each day, share a cup of coffee before work, and talk about life with each other over home cooked meals (that you made together) every night? And the savings! How much money will you save by pooling your resources and sharing expenses? Before you start living in the rose-colored dream of cohabiting with the love of your life, though, it’s time for a reality check.
Online dating safety is a huge concern for online daters. This is why some online daters will turn to a professional match making company. Safety concerns go beyond “physical” safety and security but also protecting one’s personal information, privacy and identity.
Personal accountability? What is that and how do you find love using it? It's easy. First, you must pick up your copy of the book QBQ! "The Question Behind The Question" written by John G.Miller to help you understand what personal accountability is. Then apply the tips, as it relates to relationships.
Are you really ready to make room for love in your life? Many single men and women say they desire love and romance, yet secretly they harbor fears of how a relationship may alter their comfortable routines. It is this fear of change that sabotages many budding relationships, as you think to yourself -- I love my life the way it is. Why change it? Are you so cozy in your life that you won't make room for love? Do you think that a potential love match will expect you to change to fit into their lifestyle?
What happened to the days of men being more aggressive in their pursuit of the woman they were interested in? When you think about the way men have changed over the years, it has much to do with the change in women. Women have become far too willing to make the first move and give up their ‘hallelujah sunshine’ too easily, so why should men take the initiative and put forth effort in the pursuit when so many women are making it so easy for them?
What Women Don’t Know About Men: Part Two: We have a Mama Complex: You might be surprised at how many men have a “Mama Complex” and are really just looking for a replacement for their mother. Now I’m not just talking about having a woman to cook, launder, and clean up after them; I’m talking about all the early nurturing and love that we, as men truly miss from our formative years.
Do these thoughts come up for you (or some version of them)? - I should lose weight and have a perfectly fit and toned body before I attract my beloved into my life. - I should be more financially stable or have a certain level of income before I manifest my soulmate - I should just have myself more together before he shows up.
QUESTION I met a guy last year online. While we seemed to have little in common, he expressed interest and I responded. After communicating via email and phone for a couple weeks, we met in-person. While meeting didn't change my initial impression regarding having little in common, it was an enjoyable evening and I did feel attracted to him.
By Marianne Beach, from GalTime Dating in a Facebook world? “It’s complicated!” to say the least. And a netiquette no-no can put serious strain on a new relationship—or end it all together. We decided to bring in the expert to help us navigate the shark-infested waters of dating in a social media world. Julie Spira is an online dating, relationship and netiquette expert.
Here it is! I have found it. Or rather I have re-discovered it. The secret, the #1 key to attracting anything you desire, including your soulmate. If you are reading this, you are here for a reason. I believe that everything happens for a reason and that there’s a divine plan to it all- even if we in our human-ness can’t/don’t/won’t see it.
This topic may seem like a never ending & repetitive discussion amongst men & women today but there is a reason for that! Many people continue to ignore those spidey senses or better known as their gut intuition. We all want a relationship so badly that we will overlook so many of the obvious obstacles.
If your potential romances seem to fizzle out without an apparent reason, you may be stuck in dead-end dating habits without knowing it. Find out how one dating coach used her Harvard Business School savvy to develop a bold dating strategy that could transform your dead-end dating habits. What is this bold dating strategy? Bestselling author and Harvard MBA, Rachel Greenwald, recommended that you do a dating exit interview of your ex-dates to get feedback on what went wrong or right so that you can improve your interactions with future dates.
The enchantresses in the legends of King Arthur brought balance to a society ruled by male domination. Through their seductive, female magic they magnetized the men of Camelot-- the King’s warriors set aside their brutish behavior and broke their backs to court these women. They acted with chivalry in the hopes of earning a smidgen of feminine admiration and tender, female affection. You, too, can be a modern-day enchantress and inspire a man to honor the laws of chivalry in your relationship. You can magnetize and hypnotize the men you are dating by embracing the power a woman has when creating intimacy with a man! By having the right energy around a man and using the right words and body language when interacting with him, you can ignite long-lasting flames of passion in his susceptible heart!
You've been dating a guy for a few weeks, things are going great and you want to know to where you stand. You want to make sure he isn't seeing anyone else, and if you're being honest, a small part of you wants to know when you can change your Facebook relationship status from "single" to "in a relationship."
3. “It’s Just Luck” thinking – Most people think that soulmate couples are “just lucky”. What we have found in our research is that 8 out of 10 deeply connected soulmate relationships were intentionally created. 2.“Either-Or” thinking - Most people think that they can’t have it all in their relationship. That they can’t have both spiritually connected AND amazing sex in their partner. That they can’t have both deep love AND financial abundance.