As we head toward February, the month of LOVE, are you shopping for a Man… like shopping for a car?
Recently I was thinking about replacing my Lexus, with my dream car.
I went to a couple of my favorite dealerships: Lexus and Mercedes.
I knew exactly what I wanted for my dream car. It’s a short list:
A 4-seat hybrid convertible, with air and automatic, and a light-colored interior.
While I was at the dealerships, it occurred to me that shopping for a car is a lot like “shopping” for a man.
Some women have told me they make a list of what they want in a man.
The theory is that a list will activate the Law of Attraction and help them manifest what they want.
There is some wisdom in this because it never hurts to get clear about what you want.
You can search online at the “dealerships.”
Maybe you want something hot and sexy, or perhaps a sportier model?
Maybe it’s the power that turns you on, or perhaps reliability is high on your list.
I could have been with the “Love of My Life!”
That’s what a friend sadly said to me, after reading our book: Gorillas Make Great Lovers!
First, I should tell you that my friend is a very successful businesswoman.
She has published several books and speaks at events all around the world.
So, I asked, “What happened?”
“Well,” she responded, “when I read your book and took the Quiz, I realized that my boyfriend was the Gorilla type.”
I was confused and said, “That’s good, isn’t it? I mean, my favorite type of men are the Gorillas.”
“Yes, he was good. We had a lot of fun together and all my friends liked him.”
“Well, so what went wrong?” I asked.
“I really loved him, and I knew he was smart, so I was sure he could move up the corporate ladder if he’d just apply himself.
But he kept being resistant and saying he was comfortable as he was.
I thought he was just being...
I’m seventy-five years old, still dealing with a demon or two from the past, but basically pretty well back on the rails these days.
There was a time in my past however, when things were seriously out of balance. I was angry, focused on my own needs, and determined to get what I wanted, whether or not it was at someone else’s expense, and most frequently it was at a woman’s expense.
Growing up at my house was a prolonged exercise in emotional abuse. It was a painful, long-term, mess. Leaving home, I was angry, I was emotionally isolated, and I trusted absolutely no-one.
The motivation to isolate myself emotionally was powered by the rage I carried. Honestly, I wasn’t even aware of the depth of my anger. (It was years later I realized my anger was actually a disguised expression of the grief I experienced over the love I wanted, but never got from my dad.)
It was a deeply unhappy period in my life.
Sex, human physical...
Calling in "THE ONE" by Katherine Woodward Thomas.
Have you read this New York Times bestseller?
The subtitle is: "7 weeks to Attract the Love of Your Life."
- "Clear away the obstacles that have been holding you back from love"
- "Discover the Ancient Law of Attraction"
- "Start creating your best life to bring in your perfect partner"
That sounded pretty amazing, so I had to read it!
It's really good!
Dr. Thomas is a psychotherapist AND a good writer.
If you've already read it, this webinar will be a great review for you.
If you haven't read it yet, this will give you an easy summary and sneak peek.
In either case, you'll get some great ideas for up leveling your game.
Dr. Thomas gives several KEY steps.
The steps begin with internal work, which you might call a relationship Mindset Shift.
And then she goes on to provide seven weeks of lessons, each containing seven daily lessons, for a total of 49.
So what are those KEY steps?
That's what we'll cover in this Webinar.
That's what you...
At age 21 I got married, with stars in my eyes.
I was excited about the whole idea of marriage and commitment.
I was finally going to have the fulfillment of all my romantic dreams.
From the fancy wedding dress to the white picket fence.
I was really looking forward to a life of love and kisses, with great sex.
I was ready and willing to be a perfect wife and homemaker.
And Lord knows I tried.
But I certainly wasn’t perfect…and neither was he.
So, it didn’t work.
We were not happy with each other.
We didn’t know how to resolve issues, so we just swept them under the rug.
They built up to a big mess, that we tried to avoid.
The kisses and sex were lukewarm at best.
We tried therapists, self-help books, friend’s advice, everything we could think of.
After 20 years we gave up.
I was a single Mom for 4 years.
I was committed to figuring out how to “do love right.”
I did personal growth programs. Read lots more self-help books.