Learn how to decide if someone is right for you. This expert dating coach advice will help you make a list of deal breakers and help you find your soulmate.
Synchronicity. The title to the 1984 album by The Police or a form of mischief by the Universe to drive you crazy. The synchronicity signs began just before the summer solstice 2013. I’d see his last name everywhere. Just two weeks after I sent him the good-bye text I began seeing others with the same surname. It’s a common family name. The kind of last name that can also be a first name.
From a young age, many women wonder how to get a boyfriend. When this mentality carries into adulthood, they put too much pressure on the process of dating. Trying too hard leads to acting in ways that end up turning off guys. Ditch the desperation and you might just find the perfect man.
When I joined Tamara Green's group love coaching series I knew that it was time to face the residual factors that were in the way of love for me. For a long time it felt like I had a Berlin Wall in my heart that kept the old stuff but left the new good stuff out. Committed to removing all the barriers within me to love I picked up the book Love in 90 Days by Dr. Diana Kirschner and decided to immerse myself utterly in her method. Tamara came to my attention because she was a love mentor trained by Dr.
If we don't get wise to our subconscious self-bullying, we'll never open ourselves up to the possibility of finding happiness and love. Learn how to reverse harmful thought patterns.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different result. Such was the case of how my romantic life was going. After relying on online dating for over a year there were plenty of first and second dates but no spark. The rare time a spark happened it didn't lead to anything. Not that I am making online dating wrong but at the time I was digital dating on the free sites. There is something to be said about how serious a person is when they pay up.
More and more it seems that people are meeting and even marrying those they met online. A few years ago it wasn't so socially acceptable to say that your were matched by Match.com. How times have changed. However, technology can only be helpful to some extent, and as Dr. Diana Kirschner explains, you still have to know how to make it work for you.
Recent statistics have me believing that love is at risk. Not only is the marriage rate declining, but the birth rate is also falling at an alarming pace. It's a serious problem not only for those living now, but for the next generation.
Matthew Hussey talks about being a High-Value-Woman and the real-life Hitch for gals emphasizes it so well a woman can't help but date differently. For one thing, Hussey drilled it into my mind not to invest in a man until he shows he is worth that investment. What Hussey means is that it's a mistake to like any man more than he likes you. That approach alone saves alot of time wasting heartbreak.
Learn how to let love into your life. Tired of being single? One expert explains how love are like fireworks, and when you are ready to love, it will find you.
The question was: how would you life be different if your true love were with you right now? My answer was simple, the energy spent on seeking love (online dating, matchmaker, mixers, shopping, etc) would be freed up to be invested into loving that person and building a life together. Sandra Fidelis asked me alot more questions to help me envision what it would be like with my one and my answers were repetitive.
Meet Cosmo (the big guy), and Milo (his side-kick). Some people call them dogs, but those of us without human offspring, like me, refer to them as their furry, four-footed children. You will be hearing a lot about them in my blog not only because they are my kids but also because they are masters at teaching how to live life with an open heart.
Interestingly enough, most of the people who come to me for dating coaching don’t come just to learn how to date. There is so much information out there on the “ins and outs” of dating that it’s easy to find anywhere on the web. They don’t need me for that. You probably don’t need to read another article on The 10 Best Places to Meet Quality Men or The 5 Thing to Never Say on a First Date, either.
Match.com’s annual Singles in America study reveals some pretty juicy (and surprising) facts about America’s current dating population, and some of them might shock you. These stats not only disqualify some common dating myths; they also provide some really interesting insights into what men and women look at first when they “size up” potential partners. Guess what: Grammar matters.
While many of us have at least some sort of social networking presence—whether on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or a personal blog—most of us stay connected through our cell phones. While the miracles of technology are many (for one, it allows us to stay in touch with our friends and families long-distance), our phones and Facebook profiles can cause some serious dating drama.