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on May 7, 2015
If you want a great relationship you have to be bold. True love isn’t timid, it’s wonderfully challenging. To be ready for love you can’t be too comfortable and set in your ways.
Here’s an analogy to help explain. Do you know which came first, the chicken or the egg? Does it matter? Not really, but you can learn something from this age-old question.
Imagine you’re the chick. You’re developing and growing larger inside the confines of your small egg. It’s getting more confining and crowded in there. It’s tight and polluted and you want OUT.
What do you do? There are two choices you can make. First, you hope and pray for a larger egg and wait to see what happens. Secondly, you decide to do something, to break out of the shell and face whatever awaits you on the other side.
Ponder a moment the difference between these two choices. Can you [click to continue…]
on April 30, 2015
Don’t let the woman he fell in love with fade away.
I think there’s something to be said for holding a percentage of yourself back; for keeping a part of yourself “single” after marriage.
Of course pouring yourself into your marriage is beneficial to the relationship, but if that pouring in occurs ALL the time, it will smother your love (and leave you depleted). The temptation to act like a “helicopter wife” is strong; but, too much of anything is, well, too much.
You must find a balance by holding back some of yourself. Fulfillment is found walking the line between devotion to your marriage and devotion to yourself.
Here are 5 reasons to keep a part of you “single” after marriage:
1. You ruin the give and take. If you focus your energy only on what you’re giving in your marriage, your husband won’t have room to give you anything back. He’ll be so busy receiving that he’ll forget to reciprocate. He’ll become lazy or neglectful and you’ll start to resent him. Marriage is a beautiful give and take. Stay open to receiving—from your spouse and from the world around you.
2. You lose your sense of mystery. The longer you’re married, the more Continue>>>
on March 27, 2015
Use Your Heart To See On A Date
“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” ~Antoine de St Exupery, The Little Prince
And so it is with dating. It’s easy to judge a man the moment you meet him and make a snap decision of his worth. First impressions are important, but they aren’t the whole story. You must get beyond your first impression of the man in front of you.
If you pay too much attention to what you’re seeing and thinking you’ll miss a lot. It’s a dating mistake we all make. But if you focus on your feelings (your heart) it will give you much more accurate information than your eyes ever will.
If you’re not initially thrilled with what you see, don’t just shut down. You may miss out on a wonderful human being. I almost did myself. When I met my husband my first reaction was disappointment. I couldn’t get past how he looked. At that time he had [click to continue…]
on March 5, 2015
I’m 39, never been married & I don’t have children. Up to this point I understand that I’ve picked men who are unsuitable & I have certainly learned what I don’t want. However, I’ve been dating a man for only a month, it’s been a long time since I’ve felt such an attraction to a man in all areas. How do I enjoy the courtship? Right now, all I’m doing is obsessing about how I get him to be exclusive with me. This is all after just one month? I just want this to work & I don’t understand why I’ve pinned all my hopes on something so new. Please help! Doris
I know exactly what Doris is talking about and I feel her pain. Hers is a common problem. It doesn’t matter your age or intelligence, we’re all susceptible to obsessing over a man and falling in love too fast.
Why do we get attached so quickly? We know we shouldn’t and it certainly doesn’t feel good. We end up feeling anxious, scared and out of control. It’s like our emotions are on a runaway train we can’t stop. Our authentic self, which is the loveable part of us, gets pushed aside and the more insecure parts of us take over.
Like Doris, we’re afraid [click to continue…]