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In this day and age, women have won the right to vote, to burn our bras, and to climb the corporate ladder. Why do we still find it a challenge to be honest in the bedroom? And could this duplicity potentially lead us astray when looking for Mr. Right?
I'm a big fan of hope. I've stood on the edge of some grim and horrific precipices, and managed to avoid falling into them because of hope. I've experienced injustices and cruelty, and survived, even thrived, because of hope.
Don't fool yourself into thinking that just because you're "putting yourself out there" by online dating that it means you should neglect the potential for meeting someone in person the "old-fashioned way."
If I were single and looking for Mr. Right, I'd never leave the house without a cool T-shirt. It gives folks an easy way to connect with me. One look and you've got a good excuse to start a conversation.
If you've ever changed jobs before, you know that job hunting can be exhilarating, frustrating, unnerving, exhausting, and of course exciting. It's kind of like dating multiple people at the same time.
If you think you have met Mr. Perfect, then you need to slap yourself in the face or take a cold shower, because you are
Start paying attention to your home giving it the TLC it deserves and you will quickly see order and balance spilling into the rest of your life. With spring approaching, commit to making some changes.
How many times have you heard yourself say, "He's just not my type" before you've even gotten a chance to know a man? Sure, it's hard to think outside of the box, but if your relationships are causing more grief than good in your life, then it's time to end this pattern.
If you're wondering whether or not you've met Mr. Right, make a list of all of the things you need and deserve from a lifetime partner -- and don't settle for anything less than the total package. He doesn't have to be perfect, but he does have to be perfect for you.
If you have discovered that for some reason you and your partner are no longer growing together as a couple, it might be useful to look at why you actually got together in the first place.
Whether you are newly single or have been slying solo for quite a while, perhaps it's time to flip the game in order for you to make sparks fly. Maybe it's time to accept an extremely difficult and disheartening truth: You suck at choosing partners.
"Gay relationships have evolved, yet gay men are often still ashamed of using gay dating or hookup apps. Some apps bill themselves
I'm still single because I'm finding myself before I look for love. I'm still single because I haven't met the person I'm meant to spend my life with and anything less than the best won't do. And I'm still single, quite simply, because I'm too fabulous to settle
This is what Linda Francis says she learned after she met her partner of 20 years, Spiritual Partnership author Gary Zukav
Letting go of anything you once cared about, becoming comfortable with the uncomfortable and facing your fears are some of the hardest things we have to deal with in life.
I don't know the first thing about choosing the right guy. I'm great at giving advice -- I advise my friends like it's my job. So why can't I ever get it together for myself? I wouldn't say I pick bad guys necessarily; I tend to pick guys who are needy.
Once you specify what you are looking for in a mate, it's amazing how quickly that person can arrive in your life. Or you may discover that someone who has been in your life for a while just happens to be exactly who you were looking for.
Yep, you are the only common denominator in all the men/women you've dated. You pick 'em. You attract 'em. You date 'em. Hell, many of you even marry 'em.