If He’s Not The One, Who Is?

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If He’s Not The One, Who Is?

I, Lisa Steadman, would never, ever put myself in the position of crying over the wrong guy again (and I didn’t).

Eventually, I did meet an exceptionally exciting and
annoyingly adorable man. And while my happily ever after journey
evolved to include a sassy strut down the aisle, I did it on my own
terms.

 

I provided my own engagement and wedding rings (family heirlooms that I cherished).

I kept my name (if it ain’t broke, why fix it?).

And the bride wore red (I looked FABULOUS!).

As for the pitter patter of little feet, well, that hasn’t changed.
In our household, our two cats still hold court, but who knows?

What I DO know is that if you’re somewhere between the pain of the
past and your happily ever after future, and you’re single — again or
for the very first time – your chance to find and enjoy your happily
ever after has not passed you by. In fact, you’re right on time. Along
the way, you’ll discover some great inner truths…

Maybe you’ll decide to be single and fabulous forever.

Maybe you, too, will date wildly exciting and different men until you find your perfect partner (a.k.a. Mr. Right).

Maybe one day you’ll strut your sassy stuff down the aisle, say “I do,” and enjoy the pitter patter of little feet.

Regardless of the end destination, today’s the day to start rocking
your new single and fabulous journey. First, you’re going to break free
of whatever’s holding you back (or whatever you’re holding onto from
your past). Then, you’ll wake up to what’s possible now that Mr. Wrong
is gone. From reinventing your savvy single life to letting go of old
patterns and behaviors that may be sabotaging your relationship success
to understanding the boys to avoid on the dating scene, you’re going to
master the art of not only waking up to your new and improved life, but
moving on to your revised happily ever after destination. Along the
way, you’re going to meet a variety of interesting and available Mr.
Nexts, but you’re not going to foolishly give your heart away to just
anyone. Instead, you’re going to apply your valuable lessons learned,
and in time manifest Mr. Right. Then and only then will you hand over
the keys to your healed heart and say “Yes!” to the fantastic future
that awaits.

As you move into your fab future, you’re not so much on a quest to answer Who’s next?
(although you may discover that along the way). You’re actually
stepping into a beautifully life shifting journey towards the
revelation of What’s next?

How fabulous is that?

Pick up your copy of If He’s Not The One, Who Is?: What Went Wrong – and What It Takes to Find Mr. Right today!

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Lisa Steadman

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Lisa Steadman

Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Specialties: Dating/Being Single Support, Life Management
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