Finding true love is a sacred journey; it’s a path we’ve been given to navigate this life. It took me years to stop being at war with my desire for partnership and embrace the call for love within me. And if it wasn’t your journey as well you probably wouldn’t be reading this.
Women often ask me “Why do I keep attracting the wrong kind of men?” In fact the seminar I deliver called “Attracting the Man You REALLY Want," (hosted by Live Authentic DC) is often sold out! I am often flooded with questions like: ·Where do I meet good men? ·What do I need to do to get a man to commit? ·Are all men liars and cheaters and commitment-phobes?
If sparks fly when you first meet someone it can mean chemistry is there for you both of you. I suggest you pursue this relationship. It could be "love at first signt" which you may or may not believe in. Over the years I have had strong attractions to many men only to find out they have more baggage than I care to deal with.`They ended up being toxic with all the co-pendent issues there.
While in the U.K., women who are looking to get married are more inclined to lean towards divorced men, the opposite is true for the U.S. Second marriages tend to fail faster than first marriages. In this article, Mary Jo Rapini reveals some tips to help make sure a remarriage works out when a first marriage did not.
Dating is already hard enough. Bringing baggage and dumping it on your partner can be ever harder for that person. With these five tips, you can realize whether or not you are bringing baggage into your new relationship and perhaps get a new outlook on relationships. before its too late.
Men want surefire ways to know whether or not a woman is interested in them. Honestly, it’s pretty easy if you’re paying attention. Women know damn near instantly whether they like a guy and give off pretty clear signs. Unlike men, most women also don’t waste time trying to fake it or hide the fact that they like you. They will likely shower you with attention and jump at opportunities to spend time with you.
Women today are fiercely independent, busy go-getters with a ton of goals, aspirations and responsibilities. Many women are putting themselves through school, working their way up the professional ladder, caring for family members and myriad other things, and doing it all without breaking a visible sweat. This might lead a man to believe that a woman doesn’t need a man’s help. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. Women like this are very much in need of a partner who will care for her, love her, support and protect her.
“But because of the temptation to sexual immorality, each man should have his own wife and each woman her own husband” (1 Corinthians 7:2). Is this verse in the Bible about sex before marriage no longer applicable? I am just curious to hear your point of view, ladies. I am not a preacher. I am just asking.
You’re lonely in a sexless marriage, and so is he. So, when you meet and sparks fly, it seems mutually beneficial to engage in an affair. But is it really? At first, you may experience the passion and the lust that you once had in your relationship, reminding you of your teenage years. You enjoy spending hours discreetly talking, texting or chatting, wanting to know everything about this new interest in your life. Then, when it comes time to meet, can you both find the time? All of a sudden, you realize that his priorities are his family and the
Do you have a marriage blueprint? You’ve probably had it since birth… Are your parents still together and still in love after 40 or 50 years? Then you’ve got the marriage blueprint, the blueprint that things have to be rosy and beautiful. This probably makes your dating very hard at time because you can’t seem to find somebody who loves you like Daddy loves you, or like Mommy and Daddy love each other.