We all live in two worlds, the external and the internal. Although we can influence the external world, it is within our internal world where we will make the most difference in ourselves and with those around us.
By changing our own negative core beliefs into a positive energy exchange between head and heart, we transform and so do the things that surround us.
Are you ready to get out of your own way?
“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.”
-Antoine de Saint-Exupery
As you lay in bed late at night you may be taunted by thoughts of what you should have done throughout the day, rather than feeling reassured by what you actually did accomplish. Perhaps on your lunch break at work you may browse a social media site on your mobile phone (I can’t be the only one!) and begin to rethink your own choices as you look at the supposed successes of others. Maybe you still feel awful about causing a former lover’s heartbreak, and seem to be reminded of him or her at every turn. What you are experiencing can be triggered by a full gamut of sensory input- the sight of everyday objects, old photos, and music videos for example. It can even be unintentionally inflicted by the offhanded remark of a concerned friend. Does it have to
Married men can spot great girls. Okay, that might sound a little obvious, but for once I am not talking about their ability to “check a girl out.” I am actually referring to their ability to spot a girl who would make a really great wife or girlfriend.
It has been said that beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes all the way to the bone. That is true! It is also true that ugly can sometimes hide under that surface of beauty, only to appear at a later time, usually when it is too late. Married guys have a terrific amount of experience in this department. If hindsight is twenty-twenty, then so is married sight…most of the time. Married guys aren’t always right about girls, but they are right more often than you might think. Want to know
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could know what married women know about finding a great guy? Someone once said that love is blind, but marriage restores its sight. I don’t know if that is exactly true, but I do know that during the dating stage, we have a tendency to put our best foot forward, and after marriage…well…we are less bashful about putting our other foot forward.
Whether you believe it now or not, it takes more than a great personality and smoking hot looks to make a great relationship.
It might surprise you to know that married women often have tremendous insights into what kind of men would make great husbands, or boyfriends. They recognize the attributes that really matter in the long run, and can spot those characteristics in other men. I am going to let you
A girl’s guide to greater intimacy.
As hard as it is to believe, it is possible to stifle a guy’s desire for sex. No…seriously…quit laughing! Maybe I should have clarified that first statement. It is possible to stifle a guy’s desire for sex with YOU! There is that better? No? Well then just take my word for it.
Okay, enough joking. Behaving in a way that comes between you and your guy, and the intimacy you enjoy, is a serious matter. Guys may not be turned off by the same thing as girls (we are after all talking about the creatures who are turned on by the sight of women wrestling in the mud!) but they still do have some buttons that can put a damper on things. On the chance that you may want to avoid
Guys make some of the dumbest mistakes with it comes to women. Sometimes they can be downright annoying. Trust me on that. The truth is there are as many ways for a guy to irritate a woman as there are diet plans promising a new and better you! We certainly can’t talk about all of them in this one blog post. However, I do want to take a moment and discuss three of the things guys do that not only irritate a woman, but also prevent intimacy. Now I know I have the guy’s attention.
Guys think about sex. Look at the average guy around you. Chances are pretty good that he is thinking about sex right now. It’s just how they are wired. If you are a guy, denying it won’t do you any good. We are on to