Posts Tagged ‘dating’
Have you ever wanted something but felt like you couldn’t ask for it?
Or have you asked for it, but then suddenly felt a man away or get awkward?
Recently, I was having a conversation with a woman about a first date she’d just gone on. She’d
been talking to her date on the phone, planning where they’d meet. He asked her if it would be okay to meet at his place. He didn’t want to make the hour-long drive to pick her up after a long day at work.
She felt angry when she heard this: “He doesn’t want to do something inconvenient, but he’s okay with asking me to do it!” She quickly squelched her anger and agreed to meet him at his place. She didn’t want to be pushy, and after all, isn’t that what she should do to make the date to go well? Read the rest of this entry »
I spent the past few days with a raw heart, feeling hurt. My desire to have kids has been REALLY LOUD!
“I WANT them,” the voice in my head screams!
And entering my mid-thirties there’s a part of me that’s also screaming, “But time is running ou
My husband and I talked about this recently (this is not the first time!) and we have different desires. I want to have kids soon! He wants kids, but isn’t sure when. I was feeling hurt during our conversation. Paying attention to my reactions, I noticed my instinct to lash out at him or pull away from him. Looking back I see I’ve had this same instinct from dating all the way through marriage. Read the rest of this entry »
You probably know what I mean when I say you can make dating and relationship harder for yourself than it needs to be. It can feel like work to attract a man who’s right for you or keep a relationship alive once you’ve found him. But it doesn’t h
ave to be hard!
I’m going to share with you one of the keys to making attracting your man and keeping the spark alive effortless! And effortless is especially important over the holidays.
In the first issue of our e-zine in July, I talked about the “glow.” For those of you who didn’t read the article, the glow is your inner radiance. It’s not something you put on like make-up or clothing. It’s your essence.
Every woman has this glow and it shines through when you feel great about yourself. The problem is, our glow isn’t always easy to maintain. We make choices in our lives that dull our glow. Read the rest of this entry »