Moving On From Rejection
Everyone has been rejected by someone at some point in their life. Nevertheless, it doesn’t seem to get any easier and this is one time where there really isn’t comfort in numbers. Rejection hurts plain and simple. But it’s what you choose to make of your rejection that really matters most. In other words, use this negative experience to help you see opportunities that weren’t there before, handle grief in a healthy, productive way and move forward quickly!What Can I Learn From Snookie? Say What?
It is crazy to think that reality TV can be full of life’s lessons, right? Here are 5 LOVE TIPS you can learn from reality television…Things to Know in Order to Obtain a Girlfriend Right Away
If you’re tired of single for far too long and you want to have a relationship with someone. Then take our advice on how to get a girlfriend at the soonest possible time.Who Needs Dating?
No one needs dating! What we do need is the real reason why we want to date, as well as what we really want and don’t want in a partner. Then we can start to look at where to start our dating adventure.The Alpha Male Takes Risks
One of the things that separates the Alpha Male from the Beta Male is that he is willing to take risks. While the Beta Male plays it safe, the Alpha Male takes risk to improve his financial, social, and romantic situations. That means that the Alpha Male, realizes that while he risks losing some things, he stands to gain so much more than had he played it safe.How to Ask for a Phone Number and How to Say No Politely
Have you ever been to a dating event where someone has asked you for your number and you’ve given them the incorrect digits? Or perhaps you have given out your number and subsequently avoided texts and phone calls because you were not interested and you simply did not know how to say no?Feeling the Sting of Rejection
Although none of us like to experience rejection, it is a fact of life that we all will experience it in some form and at one time or another during our lifetime. To be refused, denied, dismissed, or eliminated is a hurt that carries with it consequential effects for some individuals. The reason these actions hurt is because the denial, dismissal, or elimination is connected to something that or someone whom the rejected person wanted and in most cases their desire was strong. Otherwise, the declination of what was offered would have little to no effect.What Should You Eat to Get Married to a Doting Husband?
This article is specially written to my female fans and readers, especially those who have written to me to seek advice on how to find a great husband. Over the years I have discovered that if women were to eat this particular type of food their husbands seem to dote on them a lot more than women who don’t eat this type of food…Single Moms: Knowing When to Get Help With Relationships
We all know that relationships are challenging to select and maintain. However, frogs never turn into Mr. Right. If you find yourself rationalizing a relationship with any of these excuses, Stop, Drop and Roll.What to Do When He Says He Doesn’t Want a Relationship
Things seem to be going really well between you and a fabulous guy, and then he lowers the boom: He doesn’t want a relationship. And you’re baffled because his behavior indicated that he certainly wanted a relationship. You have two options.Self-Imposed Barriers To Finding A Successful Relationship
‘Men only want one thing… I’m hopeless when it comes to dating… It just wasn’t meant to happen for me.’ I often hear these types of declarations from new clients, and while they seem like harmless throw-away comments, these negative beliefs can quickly become barriers to finding a sensational relationship. So, how do such beliefs influence our dating results and how can we recognise these self-imposed barriers?The Anxiety Of Being Single
Sometimes, the Christian singles are neglected on regular basis in the overall planning of the church activities. The church leaders may tread along in a natural course, not really with an intent to neglect the singles among them but no focused mindedness in terms of ministerial services towards the singles. This group consists of (a) those who have never married (b) those who are divorced (c) those that are in separation (d) those that have chosen to stay unmarried and (e) widows and widowers. It’s important we remember and be sensitive to the fact that they all are the members of the body of Christ which is represented as local churches or groups.