Archive for March, 2010
Great article by Louann Brizendine here.
I highly recommend this article to both singles and couples. For women, it will help you understand why men behave as they do.
Still, our brains do not control us totally. We can still make decisions about what to do differently if what we are doing is not helping.
That’s why it’s important to seek to understand instead of immediately reacting. For women, if you understand how a man is wired, you can respond with more compassion. For men, understanding why women do what they do can help you to respond to her in ways that connect the two of you better.
I am looking for 5 Single Male volunteers, age 35 to 50, to test drive Facilidating: Dating Made Easy for Men. Check out the details of the program here. There is no charge to volunteer, of course.
I’m looking for single men willing to read the first 4 lessons and then write a testimonial about what they got out of reading them. I will send the volunteers the PDF links. I’d also like to have a picture to put by their testimonial.
What a difficult day. I’m leaning sideways, trying to regain my (emotional) equilibrium. I love the saying, “This too shall pass.” No matter how happy you may be, it changes. No matter how sad, you cannot stay there forever. Our emotional states change. If they did not, we wouldn’t be able to stand the intensity of whatever emotion is present at the moment. Read the rest of this entry »
I just commented on a post by the Dating Goddess. Here’s the link to see her reply: http://www.datinggoddess.com/move-forward-or-move-on/comment-page-1/#comment-37377
I have copied the question she was asked along with my comment:
“I’ve been seeing a guy for 6 months and we still can’t get farther than a quick peck on the lips or a quick impersonal hug. I’ve told him I want more intimacy but still nothing. What should I do?” Read the rest of this entry »
Soon, very soon, I am going to have a Singles focus group. I need to find Singles in the Orange County/Los Angeles area who are age 35-50 who would like to participate. If you know of anyone who fits this description, please pass along this information to them.
- Single, Divorced, Widowed
- Living in the Orange County/Los Angeles area
- Looking for a relationship (not a hookup or casual sex)
- Frustrated at lack of success, lack of eligible candidates to date
- Wanting to get it right this time around
- Eager to figure this thing out once and for all
- Can schedule 2-3 hours for a face to face focus group with other singles
- Available for one or two follow up phone calls
Please forward this to people you know who may fit this description. I will keep you up to date with more details. Thanks, Michelle
My passion as a psychotherapist and relationship coach is to help you achieve your passion. I know that you can have a happy, successful relationship whether you are a couple that has been struggling for years or a single person who seeks to find someone to spend your life with. Read the rest of this entry »
“You cannot complain about something you are not willing to do something about.” Fabienne Fredrickson, Client Attraction Mentor
I heard Fabienne say this when I attended her workshop recently and I immediately related it to attracting the love of your life. How often do you complain about being single and not being able to find the one for you? What are you doing about it? If you decide it is not worth it to work on yourself and what you are doing to attract your life partner to you and you keep complaining about it, what does that say about you? Read the rest of this entry »
The way you talk to yourself affects your dating success. If you are sure that you can only attract losers or weirdos, you are more likely to attract them. If you have told yourself that you are completely unworthy of love, you are much more likely to end up alone. If you know in your heart that you will attract the right one for you, your chances of success increase.