Archive for the ‘All About Singles’ Category
As I was doing my daily walk today, I was thinking about you. Yes, I’m always thinking about my readers, my clients, and potential clients.
I was thinking about how difficult it is to make the changes that you (and I) say you want. I know for a fact that most diets DO work. What doesn’t work for too many people is keeping the motivation going to meet your weight loss goals. Read the rest of this entry »
If you think dating is easy and fun, you are right. If you think dating is hard and painstaking, you are right. How can this be? What do these two contradictory sentences have in common? Two things: you and your thoughts. You are the creator Read the rest of this entry »
Do you dread first dates? Do you get the “first date” jitters? Do you wish you could make them easier?
This webinar focuses on developing a plan to turn first dates from dreadful encounters to exciting and easy adventures! Read the rest of this entry »
I have worked with too many singles who are so eager to be in a relationship that they do not take the time to understand what it takes to make a relationship last. Even worse, it pains me to hear my own friends say, “I just want to be in the middle of the relationship; I don’t want to wait.” Then they proceed to tell me, often with a sad expression, how they have met a man and have already begun a Read the rest of this entry »
When I was in my late 20′s, freshly out of a divorce from a good husband I left out of ignorance and immaturity, I was determined that I was going to find a new relationship with a great man. I thought I knew it all (you thought teenagers knew it all, but I carried that arrogance into my 20′s) and having recently graduated with my Masters in Counseling Psychology, I was convinced I needed to seek a Read the rest of this entry »
I’m going to step out on a limb here and say that independence is over-rated. It’s great to be self-sufficient, but if you are going to create a loving relationship, inter-dependence seems to fit better as far as I can tell.
I know you are a strong woman and you can do anything a man can do. The beauty for me, being in a relationship, is that I don’t have to do all those things myself. I can let myself be helped when there are things that are hard for me to do. I don’t have to be strong all the time.
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Yes, it is so important to be accepted for who you are. My question to you is this: are you holding onto some bad habits that are not really “who you are” but are defenses you developed in childhood that may no longer serve you?
Another question to ask yourself is this: am I willing to accept someone else’s bad behavior? If not, then it is time for some self-examination. When dating, you work on becoming your best “you” so that you can attract the best possible partner.
You don’t have to give up your best self to be accepted, but you may need to modify or get rid of some habits that keep you from finding and keeping the one for you.
Join my monthly webinar on the 14 dating traps to learn more. I’ll send you a remind for when the next one is coming up!
How do you know when you are ready to find love again after loss? If you have been widowed, survived a painful divorce or break up, or lost someone dear to you by other means, you may still be grieving, but also feeling very lonely. How can you make a clear-headed decision about finding love again when you are in this state?
In this informative meeting, you will receive lots of great content to help you prepare to love again! Read the rest of this entry »