You’re sleeping alone in a king sized bed. You want someone who loves and cares about you. You’re dipping your toe in the online-dating waters. And at the same time you are wondering, “Is it too soon to date after my divorce?” If this is the question you are asking, here is the response I
Dear Donna, I’ve been married for about 7 ½ years and now separated for 4 months. We have a 6-month-old child. My husband left us and moved into an apartment stating he didn’t love me anymore. Over the last 4 months, I’ve come to the conclusion that our marriage is over for me as well.
If you’ve been out of the dating world for years or you’re just a little too trusting, dating after divorce can be like an adventure in uncharted territory. You can end up on BAD dates, Crazy dates, GREAT dates, and Inexplicable dates. You also can find yourself on dates with Momma’s boys, Addicts (work or
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Do any of these relationship problems look familiar to you? -You keep going from one unsatisfying relationship to another? -You’re in an “okay” relationship but you secretly long for more? -You and your partner argue and fight a lot, about the same old things? -The passion has gone out of the relationship – you just
Are you tired of repeating the same old relationship patterns that aren’t working for you? Are you unsure about how to attract your ideal partner and relationship? Are you ready to take the next step forward into a loving, conscious relationship? Are you ready to “Declare your Independence from Old Relationship Patterns”? If you answered
Healthy relationships should always begin at the spiritual and intellectual levels – the levels of purpose, motivation, interests, dreams, and personality. ~Myles Munroe
Lindsay Lohan’s eHarmony Profile from Lindsay Lohan
Everyone puts on a show to impress someone at the beginning of a relationship. You meet a guy, you feel a connection, and you want the connection to develop into something stronger. You don’t want him losing interest in you and moving on, so you exaggerate a bit to keep him interested. Guys get that.