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.
DATING ADVICE AND TIPS
Every once in a while, I meet a potential client whom I consider to be a dating snob. What is a dating snob? Someone who thinks they are too good for everyone out there and would rather sit home alone or hang out with their married friends than mingle among other singles and subject themselves to singles events.
All right, girls, we’ve all heard the hype and the “reasons” (AKA excuses) for why we shouldn’t have to be the ones to buy condoms. We’ve heard that it’s a man’s responsibility to protect himself, just like we've heard it’s our responsibility to be on the pill or some other form of birth control.
I once had a friend who was on the constant hamster wheel of "almost-men." She continuously dated men who were not her match, but whom she thought she could fix to become her match. She was miserable and exhausted most of the time from all her failed efforts.
Spring is the perfect demonstration of the possibilities for our lives as the seasons change and bring with it a new opportunity for a better day. Spring has always been a magical time of the year because it is nature's illustration of whatever appears to be "dead and without life" can come alive once again. Single women can get a fresh start for spring by realizing that no matter how dismal their love life appears to be, in an instant, this can change with a correct change in mindset, approach and understanding.
One of my favorite words in the English language is courage. Just saying it out loud sometimes moves my soul to actually feel more courageous. The word courage comes from the Old French definition: “cour” means heart and -age means the period or era. So it literally means “time of the heart! It takes courage to start to believe that Soulmate Love is even possible for you.
So, you’ve found yourself treading into that oh-so-vulnerable territory of becoming sexually active again after a bit of a dry spell. Perhaps you’re cautiously re-entering the dating scene after ending a long-term relationship. Or maybe you’re eager for things to get hot and heavy sex after being out of the swing of things for a bit. Stress. Kids. Work. Tension. We’ve all been there.
Bad boys get a fairly, well...bad rap. At the mere mention of a bad boy, women instinctively lock up their hearts and run away as fast as their stilletos will carry them. But all bad boys are not created equal. Some are absolute jerks, there is no disputing that, and we never believe you should settle for a man who treats you poorly.
I shared with you the first 5 ways to slow down your path to love. I received so much amazing feedback and shares about your aha’s, so I’m super excited to share the last four “NOT-to-do’s”. 6. Leaky Energy (aka Friends With Benefits)
Have you ever found yourself drawn to the same type of person over and over again, simply because they are your "type"? Do you routinely email the same kind of men on your online dating site? Or perhaps you find yourself in the same kind of relationships, one after the next. It's as if your dating life is on some sort of loop, and you can't change the song.
By Sarah Foulkes, Galtime.com You’ve had plans to meet a "new guy" for a week, you're all dolled up and ready for your first date-- and you can’t wait! He picks you up and you go out for a bite... but there's something about him that stops the romance before it starts... let's call it a deal breaker.
Divorce is always good for women, if not right away, then eventually. I say this because women typically do not divorce on a whim, they do so after years sacrificing their wants and needs for the benefit of others, until they finally learn that unhappiness is not par for the course. Women take unhappiness more seriously than men because unhappiness takes a bigger toll on us.
Rachel is not in the habit of lying to her husband. She told a flat-out lie to him about her lunch date the day before and she was caught by a mutual friend who happened to mention to Rachel's husband that she was a particular restaurant with another man. Now, Rachel's husband is upset and wants to know why she would claim to have met a female friend of hers for lunch when, in fact, she was with another man.