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  • Get A Second Date With A Man

    You are smitten with your new guy in the first 15 minutes on your first date. He’s handsome, engaging, well-dressed and successful and he seems to be emotionally stable. You WANT to get a second date with him. He was smitten with you when you met him by chance. He called you and he invited you to dinner—but after one cocktail he’s thinking how he can end the date early and disappear from your radar. But why?

  • How To Genuinely Attract Men

    Like it or not, dating is a game. Play your cards right and you can land a great guy. There's a reason men desire, respect and pursue some women, and not others.

  • Signs Of An Abusive Relationship

    You call him your soulmate. Why then does he manipulate and control you, cheat on you, verbally and physically abuse you and repeatedly rip out your heart?  

  • Your partner tells you you’re too sensitive and you misunderstood what he said. Your gut tells you, he’s a bully.

  • Don't Go Out Of Town With A New Man

    Your new guy asks you to go away for the weekend but you’re not ready to sleep with him. You’re afraid to say “no” to his invitation because you might push him away, but if you sleep with him prematurely, you might forfeit his respect and enthusiasm for you.

  • What's wrong with me?

    You watch others get the things they want in life. They have great jobs, solid friendships, enjoyable lifestyles and a loving boyfriend or husband—and you can’t help but wonder—why don't you have those nice things?

  • Secrets of the Ultimate Husband Hunter

    Let’s be honest … do you have a pattern of sleeping with a man on date 1, 2 or 3 and then you regret it because he stops texting or calling you? Does your promiscuity evoke feelings of embarrassment, guilt and remorse? Do you feel devalued and dishearten and you try to salvage his opinion of you; you tell him this is not your normal behavior (don’t think for a minute that he buys this)? Do you worry about contracting STDs?

  • The slightest change in your thinking will alter your destiny. Your brain accepts new, uplifting mental pictures as your reality and subconsciously plans and plots the path to your desired life. 

  • Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

    Comparing yourself to others breeds negative self-talk, feelings of envy and low self-confidence. You were created to develop your own style, cultivate your own talents and achieve your own successes in life.

  • Be Your Authentic Self

    Authentic people stand out in crowd. They don’t try to impress you and yet, we’re intrigued by their self-assurance, warmth and poise. Do men see you as genuine ... or do they see you as pretentious, self-protecting and emotionally unavailable?

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