The hearts of millions of women all over the world broke this past weekend as George Clooney married Amal Alamuddin, officially taking the ultimate bachelor off the market. With their civil ceremony taking place Sept. 27 and our eyes all cried out, there’s no better way to celebrate George’s new union to the luckiest woman on the planet than by reminiscing about all of the times we fell in love with him.
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Jasbina asks Neely Steinberg – Author of the book ‘Skin in the Game: Unleashing Your Inner Entrepreneur to Find Love’: You discuss a model for overcoming limiting beliefs, which hold people back in their dating and relationships. Can you share that model with our listeners? Neely Steinberg
You tried to take the high road during your divorce. You didn’t badmouth him to the kids. You didn’t tell her parents what an awful daughter they raised. You refrained from bashing him to his boss. You didn’t slash her tires. You behaved like a grown-up. For the most part. There was that one time you…well, never mind that. It’s all in the rearview now. Your scorecard might not be perfect — but you tried.
One is making a conscious decision to interact with another, get to know their thoughts, who they are, in a respectful way that both enjoy. The other is feeling entitled to the time of another, regardless if said person is busy, not interested or in a private conversation. A good example happened to a friend of mine. He was in a quiet conversation to the side with another coworker only for an acquaintance to approach them without saying anything.
The buzz surrounding CNN’s new series, “This is LIFE featuring Lisa Ling,” has been fierce, fueled mostly by their choice of topic for the premier: Sugar dating. The episode, which just aired as of this writing, managed to keep the sensationalism below screech level, and showed a subject rich enough to be worth talking about for an hour.
Been thinking a lot about personal responsibility, as the news trumpets on, and life marches forward and as change is constant, and the ways we could complain endless. Today is Day 1 of the #Next 100 Mel’s Love Land Pledge to take a stance in your life and quite simply, look at the world with love. It is the day to remember life begins again in each breath. With this next breath it is time to make a shift in consciousness, to choose in this moment to be more loving than the last.
There are a variety of thoughts that enter the average person’s mind after going through a breakup: “I hate her”; “I’ll never love again”; “I wonder if throwing his TV out the bedroom window will be enough to break it.” But, of course, these aren’t the only thoughts that dominate the minds of the brokenhearted – “I want my ex back” is also a common notion.
Too many people feel like they’re sentenced to a lifetime of loneliness and singlehood. They see themselves as failures because they haven’t found the one or have found and lost the one more than once. I’d like to offer another perspective on the issue. For those of you who feel like you’ve somehow failed at love, think again. In truth, you’ve made a powerful choice for yourself. Here are 10 reasons why you might have made this very personal choice.
One of the sexiest man in the world a.k.a. George Clooney got married to the famous lawyer for human rights, Amal Alamuddin. This 53-year old actor finally decided to step in front of the altar for the second time leaving his title of the most desirable bachelor after 21 years. Does he choose right wife for him? He will see, but what we can see is that he chose the best of the best. Clooney, you better watch for her.