Month: November 2015

Love for One or Love for All?

Well, I guess that really is the question right? We’ve all seen movies like The Notebook or my all time favorite Titanic — even though it had a very sad ending nonetheless it’s a love story. Love is powerful so powerful that it really does affect your emotions from being really happy one moment to sad the next. It seems like each year the love I have for my husband gets stronger by the year, by the day, or better yet by the hour. See that’s the thing I personally love for one and then I love for all...

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A Relationship or Sex? How to Tell if You’re Date Wants a Relationship Or Just Sex? You have Got To Have The Power Of Pussy!

You are in a new relationship. You’ve met him online or in a club or in line at a grocery store. He is cute and his personal hygiene meets your standards. You met your circle of friends for lunch and all five of you discussed his looks, occupation and intentions. Your circle of friends trusts each other to give advice on fashion, dating, love and relationships issues. Your friends say that he sounds like a dream date. However, your guard is up; the last several relationships you’ve been in were a chain of disappointments: one gentleman you’ve dated had...

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Love and Marriage – Get the Marriage Help You Need by Seeing the Big Picture

We want things. We don’t want to wait. We want it all now. This short article is about making a marriage or committed relationship work over the long haul, and shows you how to satisfy the relationship needs of the moment. Recently someone told me he wanted “the world’s greatest marriage . . . right now!” I told the young man he couldn’t possibly have the world’s greatest relationship right now, but he could develop a world-class relationship in time . . . if he and his spouse were willing to make the effort. Yes, you can have fast food any time you want — just drive to your local Wendy’s or KFC and fork over a little cash. What you’ll get is no gourmet meal, but it may taste okay. It’s the same with relationships. They can be pretty darn exciting in the early days of infatuation, and work pretty well . . .but only after many years can they reach their zenith. 1. It takes time for two people to get to know each other really, really well. 2. It takes time to learn how to conduct a relationship well. 3. It takes time for each partner to grow and mature, for each to become his or her best. 4. It takes time for a couple to overcome certain problems or barriers they may face… barriers that...

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Online Dating: 10 Critical Mistakes ALL People Make – Including You!

Online dating is fascinating. You can meet thousands of available singles that are literally just a click away, seeking love, romance, dating, marriage, friendship – and yes, of course, sex. Men and women alike join dating services hoping to make new friends and start new relationships. But there are some common mistakes ALL people make when using Internet personals – including YOU! Here are ten common mistakes all people make when dating online. Check out if you are guilty of some of them. MISTAKE #1 – “Giving it a try” Most people start using online personals with the attitude “Let me give it a try and see where it goes”. They don’t really think they WILL meet someone – they only HOPE to meet someone. What is the difference? When you “hope” to succeed, you don’t try hard enough – if it works, great, if it does not work, fine, at least I’ve tried. When you think you “will” meet someone, and it does not work, you change something in your approach to online dating to get the results you want. BOTTOM LINE: Don’t “give it a try” – do your best. MISTAKE #2 – Hoping “the right person will find you” Most people don’t pay when they post their profiles on online dating sites, which usually means they can receive letters but cannot answer ads of other members. They...

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Love, Dating and Marriage

For one who has spent quite a number of years on the love, dating and marriage scene, I feel qualified to make certain bold statements. Without apology, it is quite clear that every normal human being desires to be happy. However, let the truth be told to those who care to listen that being married or being single has nothing to do with being happy. Deciding to get married because you are presently unhappy may open you up to a rude shock! Conversely, deciding to stay single because many marriages these days don’t last may leave you equally unfulfilled and unhappy. Being happy is a choice, remaining single is a choice and being married is a choice. You can CHOOSE to be the way you want to be. What you choose is what you become! It is this basic lack of understanding that has precipitated the numerous cries of “help save my marriage” that is noised all over the place these days. The western world has the greatest number of relationship experts, counselors, books, and materials yet holds the record of having the highest divorce rate, most number of single parents, and a greater ratio of single women of marriageable age to married than at any other period in time. Furthermore, there is a consistent move away from the heterosexual relationship and an emphasis on same sex relationship/marriage. In...

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