Falling in Love: How to Find Your True Love
Maybe you’re like I used to be: an “eligible” bachelor or bachelorette, “uncommitted” and “free”. For the first 5 to 7 years, it felt kinda cool, right? But afterward… it starts to feel a little less like freedom, and a little more like loneliness. The clock seems to tick a little more loudly. You find yourself pondering deep questions, like “Am I going to grow old alone?” and “How come all my friends are married and I’m not?” Guess what? I found the secret formula for finding your true love. Not a “relationship”, not a boyfriend/girlfriend, but your actual honest-to-goodness soulmate.The More Sophisticated Potential Lovers Become, The More Likely Marriages Will Suffer
To be sure, potential lovers have become more sophisticated in their choice of partners. It pays to be choosy though.But is it true that people who refuse to accept anything but the best often get it? In terms of romance, who is your Mr. or Ms. Right? Is it the one capable of “heating up” the marital bed, the best and the brightest, the one with good looks, the most religious person, the wealthiest, the kind-hearted, the First Daugher or Son, or simply the “one you happen to fall in love with”? These are questions that may annoy the daylight out you,but they still have to be answered. Your answer or answers may vary – depending on who you are!When Your Love Life Seems to Be On A Merry-Go-Round
Does it seem like you’re running in circles when it comes to your love life? Well, you’re not the only one. I have come across a lot of ladies who seem to find themselves running around in circles. They keep getting themselves into the same situation over and over again and have no clue why.
I will not date a man who doesn’t go to church. This was a topic of discussion on one of my group coaching calls. I disagree with this statement and here’s why.The Positive Label Seduction Method For Easy And Rapid Success
You can use this powerful technique to get her behaving just like you want her to. It’s a bit complicated, but it’s incredibly powerful when done congruently.