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  • Enjoy Being Single During The Holidays

    It’s the holidays, you’re single and you feel utterly and miserably alone without a man in your life. The sight of happy couples shopping and dining out together annoy you. Christmas music depresses you. Holiday gatherings intensify your aloneness. Cold weather isolates you. You need friends, happy hour and parties to fill your holiday void because you don’t know how to be alone and enjoy your own company. Discover 10 tips that will get you through the holidays.

  • Your relationship ended and you feel hollow, fearful and despondent. Being alone and heartbroken can miraculously open your eyes to YOUR dysfunctional behavior that contributed to your failed relationship. It’s an opportunity to take a different life’s path, to be wiser and make better choices. It's time for you to realize that you have everything you need inside you to create the relationship stability, personal security and happiness you want and deserve.

  • If you think you’re worth it and you expect it, a man will rise to your expectations.

    Dating and relationships are comprised of a balance of power. Men use money to get the woman they want. While women, knowingly or unknowingly, use their femininity and allure to reel in the man of their dreams.

  • You're daydreaming about a meaningful, long-term relationship. He wants to date around, hang out with his buddies and drink beer. When a man senses a woman is eager for a committed relationship, he will pull away to protect his freedom.

  • Thoughts Become Things

    Successful, influential, happy people share an essential trait that forms their life’s experiences—they are positive thinkers. We each create our daily reality by the virtue of our thoughts and actions. We attract the things we want. We also attract the things we don’t want. Positive thoughts magically attract opportunities, success, our favorite possessions and meaningful relationships. While negative thoughts draw to us problematic situations, troublesome relationships and even financial difficulties. Succinctly put—like attracts like.

  • How To Heal From A Breakup

    You broke off with your significant other because he was neglectful, or he cheated on you, or he was verbally or physically abusive. You're trying to get on with your life without him in it. Your heart aches, you miss him and so you call him, or you hate him, or you blame yourself for your failed relationship. If you truly want to heal, you MUST avoid these 5 breakup mistakes.

     

     

  • 10 Commandments To Undo My Negative Thinking

    What if there were a magical mirror in which you could see yourself as others see you? Would people see you as always complaining, blaming and gossiping about someone?

  • When a woman’s illogical, impulsive emotions influence her thinking, her relationship decisions will be irrational and flawed, causing her heartbreak and regret. 

     

  • You know in your core that your boyfriend (or husband) is lying, manipulating and verbally battering you. Your heart wants to believe his convincing excuses for his wounding behavior, but your gut wrenches because he can’t fool your internal knowing.

  • Hands Cupping Heaven

    You know in your gut you’re not supposed to chase a man, blab your personal problems, drink too much or sleep with a man on the first (or second) date. It's common sense. Right?

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