The Urban Myths placed upon dating are absolutely ridiculous! Follow your instincts, date by your own rules.
Women often confuse being sexy with being sexual. There is a fine line between the two. Reading this blow will explain how to bring the sexy without bringing the sex.
In a world/economy that doesn't promote loyalty, how might that be affecting our relationships... and what can we do about it?
The biggest turn-off that women have in dating is the guy who calls too much...but is he preferable to the guy who doesn't call enough?
Jack (Chicken Soup for the Soul) Canfield has a great line. He says: “99% is a bitch. 100% is a breeze.” I recently read an article about the above quote, (http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-1396/99-Is-a-Bitch-100-Is-a-Breeze.html). When I read that quote I have to admit it gave me cause for pause. How obvious! That said, the power of that has escaped me for years.
Men stop having sex in relationships, its not just women. Why do they do it? Is it boredom? Are they cheating? Whats going on and what do you do about it?
If you desire true soul partnership, there is a clear path to finding that special person. Outlined here are 5 Essential Steps:
...we can't make other people change - but we can work on improving our skill for influence
We do not need to hold on and as we let go, we are free again.
There is a weird soft spot in the beginning of many relationships that very often sets the tone for how the relationship grows or doesn’t grow. It’s that awkward place after you’ve been on more then a few dates, before “the” talk has happened when the woman tries very hard not to push and seem needy - while at the same time seething with angst and uncertainty about the status of this newly formed thing. Do we call it a relationship? Are we “dating”? Is he seeing other people? Should I be? Has he changed his Facebook status yet? Why hasn’t he taken down his Match profile???