Do you want a man that is confident, ambitious, honest, loyal, loves what he does, makes a lot of money, and treats you like a queen?
Do you want to be identified as being a part of a power couple?
Of course you do! What woman doesn’t?
This weekend I was in a room filled with successful women and men, and there was a lot of couple envy going around. What I mean by couple envy is a single woman would see another woman dating a man that was super successful and instantly feel a twinge of jealousy.
Is dating a widow the same as dating a divorcee? Here are 10 differences between the two.
Six months after my husband died, I decided to venture out into the single’s world. I sauntered into a swanky downtown Chicago restaurant with a divorced female friend. She left me perched on a bar stool to go to the restroom. I stared at the glassware on the shelves behind the bar and a guy suddenly appeared, “So when did you get divorced?
I replied, “I didn’t get divorced.”
He said, “Well where’s your husband?”
Hurricane Sandy has brought a lot pain and heartache to the East Coast. For the rest of us who are physically untouched by the storm, we can't help but feel for the people who've lost their homes and their way of life.
We leap tall buildings, are the best kissers, and will buckle your knees with our merest glance!
Right about now you might be asking yourself “am I really going to read this article?” So I am going to answer that for you, “YES, you are” because I may be one of the few men qualified to write about such important and critical matters!
Allow me to explain:
How to recognize dating and relationship warning signs before emotions take over in love
Red flags: those signs you can spot so easily in your best girlfriend’s relationship are often difficult to recognize in your own. It’s those subtle, yet you-know-something’s-not-right feelings that are rationalized away which creates obstacles to lasting love. As a relationship coach, I hear stories from women who want to believe they are somehow overreacting to uneasy vibes in a relationship. Most of the time, they describe cautionary cues pointing to what they are trying to hide from themselves: the end of the dream of lasting love with that person.
You've got to love yourself first to guarantee your next relationship is on the right path.
If you haven't heard this yet, hear it now. You've got to learn to love yourself!
Are you still single? Yeah, still single? Damn. Right. Yeah. I know you are missing love and wanting love and hoping for love. But let me interrupt... first you have got to love yourself.
It’s time to make a shift gay girl. You’ve got to love yourself and stop waiting for love to show up in someone else.
You are already full of it; love that is but you’re not using it.
This simple trick will motivate your guy to do anything you want.
Here is a common relationship scenario that any woman who has ever been in a relationship has most likely experienced.
Your guy isn't doing something you want him to do (and know he's capable of doing), you call him out on it, he withdraws and not only does he not do the thing you asked, he may even do the opposite.
Your views on money impact every decision you make as a couple from the big stuff like houses and cars to the mundane details like the kind of coffee you drink and the brand of shoes you wear. But how does this affect our relationship?
“Myths and superstitions have power over us only to the extent that we believe them, but when we believe, we live completely under their spell and in that fiction. Scarcity is a lie, but it has been passed down as truth and with a powerful mythology that insists on itself, demands compliance, and discourages doubt or questioning.”- Lynne Twist, in her bestselling book, The Soul of Money.