By Terri Trespicio for GalTime.com One of my coaching clients said to me recently, "I just want to find a nice guy." I had to call bullshit on her. Especially since she had just finished telling me that the most significant relationship of her adult life was this sexy but slippery beast of a man whom she couldn't say no to. And he knew it. This was a man whom she had dated, then not dated, then sorta dated.
Dating can be stressful. The search for love can be long, arduous and met with challenges. Personalities may clash. Lies may be told and people may not be as fabulous as they are in person as they seem to be online. These situations can create stress and aggravation for even the most level headed and calm individual.
I am often asked whether I conduct background checks on my male clients. I own a boutique matchmaking service that caters to professional men seeking long- term relationships and marriage. I get to know my clients as best I can, often visiting their homes and getting detailed feedback from their matches. But even a criminal background check cannot guarantee how a person will behave, or whether they will snap.
Dear Dr. Romance: I'm a single mom, of a teenage son. I was never married to his dad (if you want to call him that). I have the hardest time finding a relationship cuz I am on SS income and I am judged by that. I am a loving person, the good guys want a woman that works or is very active. I'm not able to do either. So how can I find a good man to love me for me? Dear Reader:
In a recent study, participants ranked sex first and alcohol second on a list of things that make them happy. Meanwhile, childcare came in fifth place, begging the question: Why do people prefer sex and booze to kids?
When it comes to multi-tasking work obligations and maintaining some semblance of a social life, have you ever found yourself mixing business with pleasure? If so, then we’d love for you to comment below on how you accomplished this without upsetting the balance of your love life. Here are four ground rules you and your significant other can follow so the events of the evening do not creep into your bedroom as an unwanted bedfellow. It is not uncommon today to grab drinks after work with a prospective client before heading out for dinner with your date. However, what is the best way to handle this scenario when your date who also happens to be your business partner or colleague also has a mutual interest in meeting your prospective client so he or she too can use the opportunity to network. 1. Whoever Arranges the Meet-Up is in Charge
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The Seven Attitudes of Highly Successful Daters - Attitude #5 - is focused on getting out of your own way and letting the law of attraction bring what you want to you. Enjoying and celebrating as you go through the dating process enables you to open up to receiving your ultimate desire.
First off, let me say that in all my years, there has never been an old girlfriend/wife that I’ve ever taken back, but one. My philosophy – tried it, it didn't work, move on. Then came my last girlfriend. We met in the fall of 2007. I was enamored from the first sight. Yes, I thought she was physically attractive, but her inner beauty glowed brighter than ten suns. I fell in love.
Most of us just assume that we’re buying safe food when we go to the grocery store. After all, the government protects us, right? Well….some laws are in place, but whether they’re being enforced is another story.. This just became more evident when the scientific nonprofit, USP, United States Pharmacopeial Convention, announced that new reports of fake and contaminated food products submitted to its Food Fraud