What a universal question, and well deserving of great answers. Nevertheless, before becoming overly absorbed in the question of how to attract men, try spending time focusing on what you want in a man – the type of partner you wish to bring along on your adventure in this lifetime . . . his qualities, personality, his focus, etc. Be as specific as possible and write it down.
Tired of sitting alone at home on Saturday night with a bottle of Chardonnay as your wingman and your little cat Fluffy for company, as you watch old reruns of The Love Boat? Tired of all those exclusive Girls Nights out? Thinking about entering into a relationship, but know you’re not quite at that “love you til I die” point? Just want the pleasure of male companionship without the burden of bonding issues? Don’t know how to navigate down that stream without making huge mistakes? Well, live and learn.
This Sunday is Mother's Day. So, in honor of mothers and mother figures around the world, here are 25 golden nuggets of motherly advice about your love life.
This article could easily be called 50 turn offs for men because there are that many, but I’ll stop at ten, I promise (fingers crossed). 1. Marriage Hungry Epic stories have been written throughout the ages about the vast difference between men and women, their attitudes, their thought processes, their sexuality. And for the most part, the differences do exist.
All renewal comes from within. You can find yourself a million miles away from home, and if your renewal hasn't begun within, you'll find yourself stepping into the same old actions and feeling the same old feelings you felt before. How exactly do you feel? Are you tired of life, bored, depressed? What bothers you about yourself or any situation you are encountering? Why does it bother you? What would make your situation, your circumstances, YOU better? Be as honest with yourself as possible when you answer these questions.
One thing we know, it sure as heck is never healthy. You can’t live without air, food and water. That’s it. Love interests, however, are in another category altogether. While that person may be a fun, fantastic partner or your soul-mate, or a dear, dear relative, endowing them or the relationship with that much power over your own life and the thought of "I can't live without you", is dangerous, and here’s why:
Thinking about leaving the Big Kahuna behind? Had enough of his crap? You can’t deal with all his inconsistencies? He’s too weak … he’s too bossy … he’s too mellow … he’s too macho … he’s not focused enough … he’s not cool enough … he drinks too much … he cheats … he smokes … whatever. You’ve just had enough and now you need to know how to break up with your boyfriend.
Somewhere in this country, at this very moment, women are gathering at seminars where they’re urged to think differently about themselves; where their inner and outer beauty, intelligence, and grace is glorified; where they’re extolled to live their best lives, believe in themselves and grow. Our power as women is nurtured; we are inspired to arise and conquer old, out-dated moldy opinions of ourselves and blossom like orchards!
brought to you by Dr. Lynda Klau A relationship is one of the mysteries of life. and because it exists between two persons, it depends on both. Whenever two persons meet, a new world is created.. Just by their meeting, a new phenomenon comes into existence – one which was not, before, one which never existed before.
Beginning a new relationship holds such promise: your heart races a little faster when the one you love is near; every comment they make is funny, witty, enthralling; you feel like you’re walking on sunshine; you love their dimples; the way they walk; the way they talk; you’re usually willing to overlook any gaffes they make. And then, things get a little . . . old.