Dear Dr. Romance: I Don't Know How To Choose A Man

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Dear Dr. Romance: I Don't Know How To Choose A Man


Dear Dr. Romance:

You give good advice and I really like the articles you have here.  I wish I could apply it to my life.  I have married and divorced twice and i always tell myself "I don't know how to choose a man".

But is it the man or me who is wrong? I don't know. Now, I have a new relationship and I am afraid to lose again this time. Can you tell me what to do?

Dear Reader: 

Thanks for letting me know enjoyed the articles. Yes, there are many articles there that can help you, like "Keys to a Happy Relationship""Couples Can Cooperate for Success"; and "Creating Unconditional Love" which will help you and your new partner develop a successful relationship.  "You be the Judge" gives you a way to make sure you have a good man.  I've just become the Chief Romance officer of LoveFilter.com, a relationships website for singles and couples, where you can learn a lot about taking your relationship from good to great.  Sign up for all the news at Love Filter .com and like us at https://www.facebook.com/LoveFilter.  It will be a great place for you and your new partner to have fun, and learn more about love and each other.

 

Love Styles, How to Celebrate Your Differences will give you a lot of information and exercises you can do by yourself or with your partner to hone your relationship skills.

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