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In any conflict we are used to fight or flight, but there is another way. Choose to be assertive.
Assertiveness-Getting What You Want
In the world today we are faced with many choices. We are all built with the instinct for fight or flight when faced with confrontation. But there is a third way--it is to speak up with an assertative voice about what we really want and need in life.
Another weekend will be here before you know it. Don't waste it away sitting home alone!
Are you one of those people? You know the type. The one who roars every Sunday night, "This is the LAST weekend I am sitting home alone." And then, Friday rolls around again and there you are sitting on the sofa with your remote, surfing through your recorded DVR shows, wearing your fluffy slippers.
Don't let another weekend pass you by. There's an entire singles community looking for love. Make plans now to join others in the search for love. Take the bull by the horns and RSVP to Find Love or at least someone to LIKE this weekend:
In the real world red flags, lights and signs mean stop. In the dating world they mean the same.
In the real world red flags, lights and signs mean stop. In the dating world they mean the same. Yet most of us are more daring in dating than we are in life. Or perhaps we just have not fully embraced the wisdom that red flags mean stop; they do not mean proceed with caution.
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Avoid behaving like a Central Intelligence Officer when you start dating your potential plus one
In the Oscar nominated blockbuster film Zero Dark Thirty, Jessica Chastain portrays Maya, a Central Intelligence Officer, dedicates her early career years to uncovering intel about al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden. Her tenacity and due diligence bring to mind a popular card seen on someecards.com with a picture of a matter-of-fact woman with the verbage "Don't Underestimate My Ability to Find Sh** Out."
Don't stalk your ex online, and other rules to live by.
A recent study concluded that the more time you spend on your ex's Facebook page, the more psychological distress you experience, the greater your desire for your ex and the more difficulty you have moving on.
Is it time to change your relationship status on Facebook?
You were going along swimmingly dating and getting to know other fabulous singles then all of the sudden you meet someone that you want to spend the majority of your time with. You may not be sure if you’re ready to totally change your relationship status, but you know that you’ve found something worth exploring. Here are some clues that you may be interested in going from ‘single’ to ‘taken’ with a new love-interest.
1. You’re spending weekend nights together
Don't let social media interfere with your love life.
You've had a long day and need some time to unwind. What is the first activity you are drawn to do? For most people, it's Facebook, much to the dismay of their significant others and to the detriment of their romantic relationships.
I’m all about using social media to meet new people, including Facebook. I met several guys this way when I was dating (including my husband – long story). So, I’m totally down with searching through friends of friends to see if there might be any “potential.” But sometimes Facebook can screw with your dating life in ways you might not realize.
Beware these dating traps! Insti(Gay)tor tells all and gives you 6 tips on how to avoid them.
“Why does dating have to be so hard?” That is the question that most of my clients always seem to ask during our initial consultation process. Nobody really teaches us how to date. Most of us learn by years of trial and error, some of us learn by observing and others are still in the process of trying to figure out what works for them. They say hind sight is 20/20 but even then, sometimes we find ourselves getting caught up in some of these infamous dating traps that keep us on our search for finding “The One.”