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on August 16, 2016
“He loves me, he loves me not.”
Do you remember playing this game when you were young? Think of all the daisies that had their petals torn off by girls (like myself) asking this all-important question.
It’s a haunting refrain that continues to be asked by women of every age; how to know if he really loves you?
The 3 words “I love you” are the most anticipated communication in any romantic relationship. They transform a man from someone you’re dating to being your boyfriend. They are the big “game changer” and considered the ultimate commitment.
If you’re wondering if he really loves you, your next question should be: Why are you asking? Is there a niggling feeling inside that makes you doubt his true feelings? The answer is important because no matter how many times a man says those words, you have to take the time to reflect on whether you’re feeling the emotion behind them.
3 ways to help you know if he really loves you:
1. He trusts you with his feelings.
Without intimacy there is no love. Intimacy is the ability to let someone see that part of you that you don’t share with the world. It’s one of the primary needs that a strong love relationship fulfills. We all crave having a special someone with whom we can safely share some of our most secret thoughts and feelings. Women are more Continue>>>
on July 31, 2016
To find a good man to marry you need more than luck; it requires common sense. When you fall in love, your good judgment can fly out the window. I know, I was an expert at turning off my brain and going strictly by instinct when it came to men. As I explain in “It’s Never too Late to Marry,” it took me what seemed like forever to finally wise up and let my intelligence have a say in my romantic life.
I know you think using your common sense sounds unromantic; it is! Relationships are much more than romance.
Giving your common sense a say in your love life means saying good-by to some unhealthy tendencies you’ve developed — without realizing it. There are some bad habits that have snuck in under your radar and are now causing you a lot of pain.
To find a good man to marry you have to face facts.
For starters, you have to stop the over-the-top drama you may have allowed in your relationships. This comes from picking the kind of men that make you feel crazy and out of control; men who Continue>>>
on July 30, 2016
Virginia, I can’t believe what I just did! Steven texted me last night, “I miss you” and that’s all he wrote. So I texted back “I don’t believe you, why haven’t I heard from you in 3 days??? What’s going on???” I haven’t heard from him all day and I just want to die, I’ve probably lost him for good. Help!!! Becky
When a relationship doesn’t go the way we want we get scared. Becky’s impulsive reaction to Steven’s text is all too common. Like Becky, it’s easy to jump to conclusions and lose perspective.
When we think a man is pulling away we experience it as a loss of power and we instinctively go on the attack to get it back. We blame him for making us feel victimized and we lash out.
None of us likes confrontation and yet that’s exactly what we jump to when we fear we’re losing a man’s interest. Emotionally we go from 0 to 100 in seconds and, like Becky, end up acting recklessly and Continue>>>
on July 11, 2016
When I was 42, I thought I’d met the love of my life. But at that time, all new relationships made me anxious and insecure. I’d been disappointed in love so many times that I started second guessing my choices in men.
I hoped Christopher would be different. He was my age, and like me had never been married. He lived in San Francisco and was visiting Los Angeles for a week. We spent most of that time together.
When he left, he promised to call and come back to see me within the month. I had only known him seven days, but our time together had been straight out of a love story. I’d tasted what it’s like being with a good man, and I wanted more. Thus began my first (and last) long-distance relationship.
When he didn’t call after a few days, I got scared. My anxiety got the best of me, so I picked up the phone and called him.
He was distant. He confessed he’d run into an old girlfriend. She thought they should give their relationship another chance. He wasn’t sure how he felt about her and was confused about our situation; he really liked me and didn’t know what to do. He said he needed time to think.
I should have ended the relationship then, but I didn’t. I was overcome with the fear of losing him. There was only one thing I could think of to relieve my pain—I called a psychic.
She assured me Christopher was indeed my “soul mate”. He cared for me deeply and would make the decision to be with me soon. I clung to her words desperately. They gave me hope.
Christopher made plans on two different occasions to come see me. Both times he cancelled at the last minute.
A year flew by and I was still waiting for Christopher. He continued to make