When we go out on a first date, we’re all hoping to experience that instant spark, the kind that makes our hearts pound, takes our breath away, and causes us to feel as giddy as teenagers. Everyone knows that this is the way all great romances start, right? Wrong. While physical attraction is an essential part of a romantic relationship, we tend to place way too much importance on it, overlooking another equally or even more important ingredient: emotional attr
Warning: Do not read this article if you do not want to know how men truly think and feel. There are some women who are so beautiful on the outside but so ugly on the inside that it actually makes them unattractive. They believe that the man of their dreams (MOYD) should cater to them but do not believe they should have to cater to the MOYD. That just kills the love song. They do not feel they should cook, clean or do anything for their man.
I saw a movie starring Jim Carrey called "The Yes Man" that really made me think. In the film, Jim takes a personal development workshop and commits to saying "yes" to literally everything that comes his way. His life takes a wild ride as a result, with many zany adventures.
One of the biggest questions I often receive as a dating coach is, where should I go for a second date? Whether we are dealing with online dating, picking up women at bars, or meeting through friends, coming up with a second date can often be a challenge. This is because want to keep things fresh and exciting in the early stages. Most of all, we want to be careful not to repeat a date that is much too similar to the first date.
Before you enter into any relationship, you must learn the art of forgiveness. Why? Because sooner or later we are all going to make mistakes, and if you do not know how to forgive, you can and will build a cage around yourself. Perhaps this should have been the first article written by HowToGetTheManofYourDreams.com, because a lack of forgiveness will not only destroy your relationship, it will destroy families and all of the good times you could have shared together. I believe this subject is especially applicable to women.
I remember being a single girl and receiving an invitation to a wedding, knowing mostly couples would attend. As much as I would look on the positive side and think 'I might meet Mr. Right there' (because that was always in the back of my mind), the reality was that my married friends would all have each other, and I would once again feel like the lonely fifth wheel.
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Do you know the biggest mistake that’s keeping you from finding true love? The truth is, you are doing things that may actually be keeping love from you. This is a VERY common mistake that singles make—intelligent, successful, good looking people make—your dream partner can’t find you because you are actually doing things to repel your dreams. And you don’t even know it!
Recently a female client of mine asked me "David, how do you prevent a one-night stand?" This answer is not going to make a lot of you very happy.
I must say I am shocked! I was dating this young lady and right before we were about to have sex, she says, “You know, I can get pregnant today or tomorrow, so if you have sex with me, there is a great possibility I could get pregnant.” But, like 98 percent of the male population, we are thinking of the days of yore, when everything was pretty much a guess. I did not realize the seriousness of the statement, especially since it was right before we were going to have sex. Why did she wait for that moment to make this announcement?
Commitment-phobic has long been a term used to describe people who have a fear of commitment. Generally speaking, people who fell into this category were primarily men. Today, however, this isn't the case. Commitment-Phobia is not just for men anymore.