Valentines Day has become so commercialized that men and women are overcome with anxiety, stress, worry, guilt or simply avoidance of potentially not meeting the expectations of a loved one. YIKES! And, if there is no loved one, then what? Is there something wrong with us? Are we unlovable? Unworthy? Unlucky? I’m here to declare NONE OF THAT! Ultimately, we simply are not in the right place at the right time—yet! “Well, that’s just great,” you say.
From LoveInsight.com blogger Diana P. In romantic comedies, the heroines are often looking for their soul mates, and after going through a few obstacles, they either find them or realize that their soul mates were right before their eyes. And of course, they live "happily ever after." Do you believe in soul mates? That one person who you have a deep, unbreakable connection to, who makes you feel complete, and who you can't live without?
Single and pursuing a romantic relationship? There are two very different ways to do so—from a position of strength and from a sense of fear. Those who are afraid of being single are running away from single life. But those who come from a position of strength seek romantic relationships as a means to add something valuable to their lives. Here's what they understand about choosing the right partner.
On your search for true love, wouldn't it be nice to have a little encouragement now and then? Check out this relationship expert advice for finding your soulmate.
Are you looking for love in all the wrong places? This relationship coach shows you how to put your best foot forward and get what you want.
I am in LOVE!!! I have found the perfect soul mate! Could you ever imagine that these two statements could cause you chronic pain the rest of your life? How could that be? Could a chronic headache be attached to a soul mate? Could chronic low back pain be blamed on the love of your life?
Tamara Green, LCSW is a Loving Relationship Expert and Love Mentor® trained and certified by Dr. Diana Kirschner, author of Love in 90 Days. Tamara guides singles as they navigate their way towards their true love. Love is easy. It is people who make it complicated. Love is not to be sought or found. Love is allowed into one's life.
Personally I am tired of all the dating coaches who promote this perpetual belief changing and transformation agenda. Like self-help, too much of it can be counter productive. If anything it can wreck your confidence and give you all the more reasons as to why not you when it comes to having true love. Why are some people still single despite all their desire and efforts to find love? It's different for everyone.
The true love you seek is within you. That's right. It all begins with you. Ever notice how some people always seem to pick the wrong person? They want to stop but can't. The truth is anyone can change the kind of man or woman they are attracted to. How? One way is the Inner Adam work of Debi Berndt. The Inner Adam is what determines whom a woman is drawn to. In some cases the attraction is like a moth to a flame and the woman gets burned.