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It may be a life-long dream, or an idea you’ve finally embraced after years of being single — whatever your situation — I bet somewhere in the depths of your mind you have a nagging, desperate feeling that marriage is never going to happen for you.

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From the Blog

4 Steps To Create Healthy Boundaries When Dating

4 steps to create healthy boundaries when datingHealthy boundaries in your relationships don’t just happen, they require discipline and will power. I know this sounds about as appealing as going on a diet, but without healthy boundaries you will end up a victim of a man’s bad behavior.

Why do you need to make the effort to stick to your personal boundaries? They give you self-respect. They’re how you take care of and protect your mind, body and spirit. They give you a say in how you want your relationship to unfold; how much to give of yourself and when.

Setting healthy boundaries is the most important skill you need to have successful relationships. However, for many women, this can be very challenging. If you are someone who finds it hard to say “no,” boundaries will be particularly difficult to stick to.

How To Set Healthy Boundaries When Dating:

  1. Look back on your past relationships. Identify the things you know you should have done differently. List the mistakes you made that worked against you. I bet the majority, if not all, involved you letting down your boundaries in some way. Take your time with this process, if you’re thorough you’ll most likely find a pattern of behavior.
  2. Create a new healthy boundaries list. Use what you’ve learned from your past mistakes to make the changes you need now. See if there are any new boundaries that you would like to add, including social media and internet dating.
  3. Determine to make your well-being a priority.  This may sound selfish or self-centered to you — it is! You can’t rely Continue>>>

Still Single? If You Exist So Does He!

still single, if you exist so does heBecause of what I do, the majority of women I talk to are still single after trying to find the right man to marry for years. They’re discouraged and most of them are afraid they’ll never meet the love they’re longing for.  They lose faith that it’s ever going to happen for them as they see the people around them finding partners.

They tell me that because they live in a certain city or small town, there aren’t any men for them to date who’d be a good match. They judge where they live and can’t imagine meeting a man there who they would be attracted to or want to marry.

But it doesn’t make sense that if you live somewhere, no matter how you feel about it; your perfect match wouldn’t be there too. If you’re right for each other, your lives will bring you to where you can finally meet.

If you’re still single after suffering through a lot of failed relationships you may wonder why it hasn’t happened yet. But Let’s face it, he isn’t going to come knocking on your door while you’re watching TV. He won’t just show up one day and ask you out without you making an effort.

You may think there’s nothing you haven’t already tried, so why bother. But there may be things you’ve done in the past that you no longer do to attract love. You need to be ready for a relationship when the right man shows up.

Here are some things you need that you may have forgotten to help you find him, right now.

You need to love yourself. If you don’t believe you’re lovable or deserving of love, you’ll pick the wrong man every time. You’ll pick a man who’s damaged and unable to love you fully. Once you love who you are you’ll be available to accept love from a healthy man.

You need to get out of your house. To have a great love in your life you have to meet him first! If you stay at home and don’t extend yourself into society, how are you going to find a partner? It’s easy to retreat and feel safe, but finding love demands that you take risks and leave your comfort zone.

You need to believe he exists. If there’s truth to idea that our thoughts create our reality, you’ll want to err on the side of belief. Walking through life without hope or faith that there’s someone for you is sad and lonely. It’s like walking through life with blinders on. You’ll only be able to see what you believe, so he could walk right by you without you knowing.

I’m frequently asked if I believe there’s someone for everyone. I always answer with complete confidence; YES OF COURSE! IF YOU EXIST SO DOES HE!

10 Troubling Signs You Might Be A Victim Of Emotional Abuse

emotional abuseThis behavior is not normal and it’s not OK. (You deserve so much better.)

Just like an alcoholic denies their drinking problem, people in emotionally abusive relationships often default to denial as well.

There’s a common thread that runs through every abusive relationship — fear.

An abuser of any kind is an expert at making you afraid in big and subtle ways. Here are classic, sinister ways your partner actively makes you a victim of emotional abuse:

  1. Destroying your self-esteem with constant put-downs
  2. Bullying you so you feel weak and helpless
  3. Insulting you so you think no one else would ever want you
  4. Controlling you by dictating what’s right or best for you
  5. Criticizes you so you no longer trust yourself
  6. Making you dependent by destroying your confidence
  7. Focusing only on your faults so you forget your value
  8. Creating a “you” against “them” dynamic, separating you from others
  9. Insisting his needs are the priority, so you ignore your own
  10. Keeping you guessing so you can never feel safe

When you recognize you’re with an emotional abuser, it’s not easy to free yourself from their tight grip. The relationship has most likely sapped your strength and weakened your will. Separating from your partner’s manipulative Continue>>>

How Long Should You Wait For Him To Propose?

how long should you wait for him to propose

If I’d taken to heart the many relationship books I read and followed their “rules,” I wouldn’t be married today.

I’m sure you’ve read them, too. The books that tell you if he hasn’t proposed by the end of the first year, dump him!

Advice like this is dangerous. It’s a glib pronouncement that ignores the complexity of the different relationships that exist, including yours.

More importantly, it discounts your ability to know what’s right for you.

When it comes to making an important decision, like when you should get a marriage proposal, you have to be able to trust yourself. But trusting yourself can be a challenge if you have a history of making bad choices in love.

Your confidence may suffer and you may doubt your ability to know what’s best for you. You may second-guess yourself and create confusion in your thinking. That’s when you find yourself running to books or to friends to give you the answers you think you need.

It’s only human to make mistakes. No matter how smart we are there’s a learning curve when it comes to relationships. We’ve all made bad choices in love.

The key to knowing what’s best for you and your relationship is to trust yourself and not rely on others for advice. When it comes to the question of whether it’s time for him to propose or not, only you can know. You may think you’re ready for marriage, but it takes two to be ready at the same time.

You can know what’s best even if you’ve been wrong before. If you make the effort to learn from your mistakes, to understand what you were thinking when you made them, you can’t help but do better.

How long should you wait for him to propose?

You’ll intuitively know how long to wait for a marriage proposal. I call this reaching your “single limit.”

My single limit was five years. I could wait that long for him to ask because I had confidence in the man I was with and the love we shared. I believed that even if he didn’t agree yet, I knew we should be married. I didn’t listen to anyone’s opinion, I trusted my knowing.

If I’d cut him out of my life any earlier, before we were ready, I’d have lost out on 15 years of wedded happiness we’ve enjoyed.

So how long should you wait for him to propose? Your single limit may be two years or even ten. It doesn’t matter if it’s right for you. Trust yourself to know what’s best and more importantly what you know about the man you love.