Every year on February 14th it’s hard to miss those who are taking rejection very hard on or close to the most romantic day of the year. Whether the rejection was recent or many years ago, Valentine’s Day, for some, can reduce their emotions to puddles … literally. Luckily, this year offered a surprising lesson on handling sweethearts who went sour came complements of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics when Viktor Ahn won Gold for Russia.
Dr. Diana Kirschner is a frequent media expert on all matters related to relationships. With her vast wisdom it was difficult to select which of her material was the most helpful for the single and partnered, most of what she writes is very helpful. For those who are new to her work, the following materials are an excellent introduction to her method and philosophy:
More and more it seems that people are meeting and even marrying those they met online. A few years ago it wasn't so socially acceptable to say that your were matched by Match.com. How times have changed. However, technology can only be helpful to some extent, and as Dr. Diana Kirschner explains, you still have to know how to make it work for you.
When I stopped referring people to Kathryn Alice's programs because I had moved on to other material, as life goes on, it seems that the affiliate commissions I apparently earned in 2013 vanished with me. Just because someone ceases to share on their social media about your products because they've moved on, doesn't mean breaking a legal contract is ok. Somehow when I was cleaning out old emails I found three messages from earlier this year from the Alice Tompkins Company.
A love "guru" named Kathryn Alice tweeted recently that: A woman wrote me her MANICURIST rec'd my book b/c it helped her attract her hubby. I'll never know all who my work has helped but love it! Statements like these, from any "dating expert" not just Alice, can be very alluring.
The following was originally published in Examiner.com: Get a new perspective for 2013. It's now February but it's not too late to start changing your mind towards a healthier mindset. Just like exercise, how you perceive and think about the world can affect your sense of well-being. Here are some titles to get started:
You may not have pumped into one another at the Shakespeare and Company bookstore in Paris while you read Simone de Beauvoir and he browsed through Jean-Paul Sarte, or sat beside each other on a train bound to Rome, or had a kismet moment one night at a London nightclub, but it all began with a click and wink on POF.com but the rest is still history.
From her Huffington Post profile: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. is a bestselling author of eight books, a relationship expert, and co-creator of the powerful Inner Bonding® process -- featured on "The Oprah Show," and recommended by actress Lindsay Wagner and singer Alanis Morissette. Are you are ready to heal your pain and discover your joy? Click here for a free Inner Bonding course and visit our website for more articles and help, as well as our Facebook Page.
Meeting friends and family is one of the major steps in a relationship. You are going public with your romance and letting the most important people in your lives that you're no longer single. The inevitable question looms from your parents, family, and friends, "So... how did you two meet?" Not everyone has the cosmic kismet tale of running into one another in the Left Bank in Paris or while test driving a Mercedes in Berlin.