If you're desperately seeking the absolutely perfect relationship, call off the search! Because whether you're single, dating, married or divorced, you don't need to find a brand new partner — or a perfect partner at all — to be happier in love today.
DATING ADVICE AND TIPS
Sometimes guys get a reputation for always wanting to play the field—even when we're in good company--and who are we to fight biology? That said, the truth is the vast majority of men really do want to find the woman of their dreams, the love of their lives, "the one." It's just that, for some guys, the process of finding her, approaching her and talking with her seems unthinkable. To ease their quest and help guys everywhere get what they want, I've come up with seven sure-fire ways to find her, meet her and talk to her!
I was watching a video done by Shanel Cooper-Sykes about a controversial topic that suggest that we as humans were not created by God to be monogamous even though in the Bible we are commanded not to commit adultery. This is an old theory that has been expressed across many panels and groups of relationship advisors (mainly men) who believe that the natural sexual drive of a man makes resisting the temptation to sleep with or love more tha
Whether you’re out there looking for a compatible mate, are dating someone new, or have been seeing your current partner for awhile, try these approaches to enliven and enrich the connection between you.. Tip #1: Personalize your Expressions of Attraction
I read a rather scathing article yesterday in the UK's Guardian newspaper on the pitfalls of online dating. As a long-term professional in the industry - and as someone who met their current SO online - I really wanted to write a positive post today about finding love on the 'net. Interestingly, the crux of this piece was the assertion that you can fall for the 'details' of someone's online persona - their interests, their physical apperance, their political beliefs - but those details don't tell you anything about the man/woman behind the profile.
Singles looking for love in mobile devices now have free access to a new app to get the mission accomplished. David Steele—founder of Relationship Coaching Institute, worldwide dating authority, best-selling author of Conscious Dating, and tech-savvy entrepreneur—today debuted the Conscious Dating App for Apple and Android smart phones and tablets in service to singles worldwide, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Why do we sometimes hold on so tightly to something that isn’t working for us? To someone that isn’t treating us the way we deserve to be treated? Isn’t loving us the way we were meant to be loved? You know the scenario – it starts off with fireworks, an amazing connection, you just can’t get enough of each other.
If the man you are dating has invited you to the Super Bowl, considered yourself to have a home court advantage to winning his heart if you haven’t done so already. You are his Super Bowl Sunday date of choice and with this invitation, know that he will be paying attention to signs that determine if you maybe wife potential. The excitement of Super Bowl Sunday can set ladies up to shine or falter for the occasion.
Dear Sara, I was recently in an 8-month relationship with a man whom I was starting to fall in love with, and things started getting more difficult because he recently had a baby with an ex girlfriend. I was well aware of this situation (which had happened before we even met) but thought why not give this a try because be was/is a great guy, I thought it would be worthwhile because we both felt the same for each other.
Many have their own personal laundry list of qualities for the "ideal mate." Some of the items on the laundry list might include: loyal, kind, attractive, generous or successful. The technical term for meeting our laundry list is called the self-ideal-perception consistency. But what happens when our date does not meet all of the requirements on our laundry list? Can we change him to meet our expectations? Does he meet enough of our laundry list to qualify to be a cookie mate?
Many people identify approaching a potential partner as still being one of their biggest fears! In this article, I've decided to use my experience of getting over stage fright, to help you boost your confidence to approach that special person who’s caught your eye! I will never forget the first time I sang in public. I was put in a position where I was performing in front of an audience of about 120 people.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the phrase “erotic talk”? Well, if you said, “talking dirty”, your answer is the one I most often receive whenever I pose that question. In fact, in a survey I conducted of 300 men and women, that was precisely the most popular response. Yet, as I explain in my book The Fine Art of Erotic Talk (Bantam/Random House), explicit sex talk is just one aspect of the powerful role that words can play in our sex lives.
So life hasn’t quite turned out how you expected. But just because you’ve been through a divorce it doesn’t mean you won’t find your perfect partner. It takes time to get over any long relationship, let alone a marriage, so remember not to rush into anything. It’s important to enjoy being by yourself before diving back into dating.
How would you rate yourself in the bedroom? This is a question we should all ask ourselves and maybe our partner. If you don’t want to hear the answer, chances are, you may not be. Becoming a good lover starts from wanting to be.
Flirting is an activity that ripples with powerful emotional electricity. It usually starts with a visual - we see someone who looks attractive and piques our interest. Then hopefully, we are inspired to approach that person and ask or share unusual things about ourselves with them. It can feel intimidating, that first conversation, but nothing helps this process better than giving into two of humanity’s most enduring and endearing features: our natural curiosity and desire to talk about ourselves.
How many of us single, professional women are married to our job or business and have become almost incompatible with the idea of having a life partner? We want to have a love relationship in our life, yet we are so far from it, it seems like a vague dream.
It would be nice to change overnight, but it just doesn't happen that way. And the truth is that's not how we really grow. It's about baby steps. An increase in awareness. A process. Sometimes three steps forward, two steps back. Some good days, some harder days, but no bad days; all of them lead to progress. Some days we feel like we're finally there, ready to step out and embrace our birthright, and other days we just want to bury ourselves under the covers and cry. The point is, it's our own journey; it's all about what happens every day to our consciousness that causes us to move forward on our life path at a pace that only we know. And no one can do that for us.