If you're dating and dating and you hate it and wish you could just get married already, well, maybe you should do that. Exactly that: Get married NOW...
My sister and I love to head down memory lane, and we even try to drive by our childhood home every time we visit Cincinnati, the town we grew up in. One favorite memory is the party we had where all the girls danced in front of posters of Davy Jones and Mickey Dolenz. Remember how gorgeous Davy Jones was?
A healthy, reciprocal relationship requires a healthy you. By dating with eyes wide open, you are being given the perfect space to practice honoring yourself each and every time an opportunity arises. This is how we cultivate self-worth and this is how we attract our ideal mate!
Using the rule "Actions speak louder than words" has you assuming a lot of things. Know that you can't read his mind, and he can't read yours. So ask, ask, ask. It will bring you clarity, closure, and a sense of knowing what he is thinking and feeling.
You really can't screw this up. If he's right guy for you, he's going to like you despite--maybe even because of--your quirks and flaws. And if he's not the right guy, nothing you can do will change that.
Reality bites hard. I have been rejected by my first two online dating hopefuls. Invitations to connect are not exactly pouring in. Market research is the answer. I switch gender and take a look at what I would see if I were a bloke. There are so many more women than men out there!
You know when you meet someone and you instantly click? They give you butterflies when you see their face. You say cheesy and romantic things to each other not to be cheesy and romantic but because they are the only words that seem to make sense to say when you're around them.
Most of us who have been in an honest and intimate relationship know that sometimes it's good, even excellent; and sometimes it's bad. Really bad -- as in Titanic bad. And when it's bad that's when we have the capacity to do the most harm. Repeatedly, actually.
We over-50 singles say we want to be in long-term, committed relationships. We want to find someone to grow old with. We just can't stomach any changes to our own lives.
Finding a man with whom to continue life's journey depends on your ability -- and his -- to compromise. But as burdened with baggage as both of you are, it's hard to leap blithely onto the train. How to find contentment together when you're schlepping all that cargo?
I just got off a call with a former client, Ashley, and I'm still smiling. She called to share her great news. Ashley got engaged over the weekend and is beaming with joy! I'm smiling because I know she has come a long way.
If you find yourself in a long distance relationship, there are a few things you're going to need to make it work.
What exactly is a dating 'Deal Breaker'? These are the qualities a man either has or comes with that you can't tolerate in your life. Or conversely, they are qualities a man MUST HAVE in order to date you, such as the same religion or culture.
We aren't "career" women. We are women. Love and family have always been and are our priorities, but not at the sacrifice of our value, dreams, security and self-worth.
It's always an exciting feeling to get that knot of anticipation in your tummy before a first date. Part of that is because there's always the chance...
"Fail Fast, Fail Often," is a phrase mentioned quite often within the San Francisco startup scene. Basically, when you have a startup, it's sometimes best to "fail quickly and often" before actually succeeding. Coincidently, this is also what the San Francisco dating scene is like.