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on March 27, 2015
“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…]
on February 5, 2015
If I had 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 that if he hasn’t proposed by the end of the first year, dump him!
When I was single I was hungry for advice about relationships. I went to seminars and must have read over 100 “how to” books on love. Because I didn’t meet my husband until I was 46 my search went on for years. For all that time I felt like a leaf blowing in the wind at the mercy of the many opinions I was taking in.
I not only tried to find my way through books but I consulted my share of psychics and astrologers. Like most single women, I had the best intentions; I wanted to find out how to meet and marry the right man for me.
But as I got older and matured I realized that [click to continue…]
on January 28, 2015
Don’t say “I Do” until you’re sure none of these apply to your guy …
You might think you’ve found the man you want to marry and now it’s just a matter of making it happen. Whether you have a specific man in mind, or if Mr. Right hasn’t shown up yet, I would like you to take into account the “3 A’s” before committing to marriage.
I learned the 3 A’s from a therapist friend of mine many years ago. I told her I didn’t want to marry just any man; I wanted to find a man of quality. She gave the 3 A’s to me as a warning of what to avoid in a husband. I thought I understood them and I believed I’d taken them to heart.
But even though I knew what they were, I found myself getting involved with men who embodied one of the three. Surprise, surprise, every one of those relationships was painful … and not a single one of them lasted.
No matter how secure you are in what you want, you can still be fooled. Despite your best intentions you can find yourself read more>>>