Archive for April, 2010
What you tell yourself about yourself determines your success in every area of your life. In your search for true love, it is absolutely essential that you examine your beliefs. These beliefs, many of began in childhood, have grown secretly in your sub-conscious mind for so long that you take them for granted. You believe they are hard, cold facts, and not Read the rest of this entry »
I am creating a new niche, specializing in widowhood with an emphasis of love after loss.
Losing a beloved spouse is a hard and lonely place to be in. Losing a spouse from whom you were estranged can be even harder. Losing a spouse and the aftermath of pain comes in many different forms Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s my exciting news! I’ve teamed up with Bobbi Palmer, the Date Like a Grownup Coach, for the next three Thursdays to write about Limiting Beliefs and Dating. We will look at six ways single women sabotage their dating efforts by what they say to themselves. Check out Bobbi’s site at http://datelikeagrownup.com.
I am in a coaching program with Marsh Engle to teach me about writing a book. Marsh has written several series of books and her latest is a collaboration with women who share their stories. The book series is:
Amazing Women: Essentials of Success
This particular book is about authenticity. My story will be about the authenticity of finding love after loss. I will talk about what a widow or widower needs to know and require of her/himself and of a potential new love to be able to love again.
I am so excited about doing this as I see it as a first step toward writing my own book about this subject!
Michelle, hope all is well. Listen I need some advise from you I am seriously thinking of meeting men on line. Are there some safe web sites that I can meet them? Do you recommend e-harmony, match.com? Please let me know. I am ready to meet men. O.E. from San Antonio Read the rest of this entry »
Are you addicted to being in love? Do you love the feeling of excitement that happens when you first meet and you are so sure this is the one for you? Do you bask in the glow of that intense feeling that all is right with the world and you have met your soul mate? Might as well face it…you may be addicted to love. Read the rest of this entry »
How can you work on being a couple when you are single? After all, it is hard to work on relationship skills when you are not in a relationship. Or is it? Think about it. All we have with other people is relationships. You have relationships with family, friends, co-workers, acquaintances, and people on social media, to name only a few examples. Read the rest of this entry »
OK, this can be a bit confusing. There are plenty of gentlemen out there and you may be one of them. Those same gentlemen are often told they are “nice guys.”
When a woman says, “You’re a nice guy,” you can throw away your chance of being anything more than her friend. She is not attracted to you. Read the rest of this entry »
Love is the ability to understand that in addition to “for better or worse” there is “for excitement and boredom.” Being married is often mundane, but loving that person you are with and being excited to see him/her every day is a wonderful thing and can be sustained indefinitely. Read the rest of this entry »