If you’ve been looking for love in all the wrong places (literally and figuratively) and haven’t found it yet, there may be something going on in your mind that’s blocking Love from coming to you. You see, love is your natural state. It’s your birthright. If you’re wanting it, and it’s not coming to you, you may have a Love Blocking Belief or two or three that’s keeping true love away from you.
I recently received a message on OkCupid from an attractive, educated, interesting guy. All it said was, “Hi. Nice profile.” And he signed his name. I enjoyed reading his profile, but I was very put off by the red dot signifying that he “replies very selectively” to the emails he receives. My first thought was that he must ignore all of the women who email him. And in that case, why would I want to know him? Instead of jumping to conclusions, however, I wrote back. “Back at ya. But what’s up with the red dot?”
When England's King Henry VII officially declared February 14th the holiday of St. Valentine's Day in 1537, I bet he did not think it would be celebrated in so many countries around the world. Find out how this day is celebrated in Asia. In Korea - If you do not receive any gift on Valentine's day then all the singles go to Korean restaurants and eat black noodles to mourn their single status.
Saint Valentine's Day, commonly known as Valentine's Day, or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is observed on February 14 each year. It is celebrated in many countries around the world. Here are some numbers who those who like to crunch them. Unless otherwise, the statistics refer to the United States:
In today's digital age, complete sentences and properly spelled words are disappearing at an alarming rate only matched by the melting polar ice caps. Complete thoughts have been condensed down to 140 characters or less, emoticons have replaced emotions and love letters have morphed into email.
Those hide at the back of the room, cringe-worthy, embarrassing, self-silencing and even ashamed moments don't stop when you become an adult. As just about every one of us knows, it's not only teenagers who struggle with low self-confidence. Low self esteem and insecurity plague people of any age.
With Valentines Day quickly approaching, you might think it is too late to lose those pounds or get in shape for your special date. But is it too late to look fabulous and attractive? Of course not. These tips will have you feeling and looking much better within a few days.
It's days before Valentine's Day and the internet is soiled and saturated in Valentine's articles. The sad news is that at days before Valentine's Day, if you don't already have a sweetie in tow, you're probably not going to have anyone you truly care about to go out with in the next week. You may be looking for a date just to avoid the awkward night alone, but isn't it more awkward to join someone you don't love on a day created to celebrate love?
Pining for the "good old days" with your ex can be a nice break from your daily routine, but when is it a good idea to hold out hope of reconciliation? Well, there are three foundational requirements for a healthy relationship. Read on to find out what they are!
Want Love? – Stop Texting! In today’s tech savvy world there are zillion ways to connect – email, phone, text message, facetime, instant message, etc. If you are looking for a real relationship, then it is time to start communicating in the right way with the right tool. The biggest problem we see with our clients is that they end up having a text conversation – this can be via email, instant message or text messaging – when they should be having an actual live conversation.