A guy is not going to make time for you to meet mom if he’s not thinking about something serious. When a man takes care to introduce you to his family and friends, he’s not only proud to show you off to the people who matter the most to him, but he clearly hopes they’ll love you as much as he does.Read more »
As frustrating and desperate as it can feel at times, selecting the person you’re going to share your life with should require more discerning thought than most any other decision you make in your life. It is the rest of your life, after all. Here are two simple reasons why.Read more »
Everything from movies and TV shows to our own mothers have made us feel as though we have to play hard to get for as long as possible. But that nagging voice in the back of your head that “one little text won’t hurt” still sometimes wins out, making the mature choice not such an obvious one.Read more »
Marriage takes work. Unfortunately, marriage in the movies isn’t an accurate portrayal of a real life relationship. While dating someone, it may seem as if nothing could go wrong and that marriage is an obvious next step. It’s important to know that people change, especially if you marry young (and even if you don’t!).Read more »
Smart and beautiful, with a contagious smile, Lisa Reingold found herself stuck in a messy romance. The only guy in her life at the time was trying to date both her and another woman. Despite her obvious displeasure and disinterest in the whole situation, Lisa was surprised with her own reluctance to say “Sayonara” and move on with her life.
She kept thinking, wondering, maybe even wishing that the man would change, that something in his mind would switch paths and that he’d suddenly or slowly start heading toward the kind of commitment she’d been searching for.Read more »
Coming out of an 18-year hostile marriage, Suzi Quillen was looking for a clear path to some kind of future happiness. Two priorities at the top of her list were 1) Discover the strength and beauty she had been repressing inside herself and 2) Find out what a healthy relationship would feel like. But, with a lifetime of social anxiety disorders and three teenage children, this kind of self-improvement wasn’t going to come easy.
For over 4 years post-divorce, Suzi was in a satisfying relationship with a Mr. Quality Casual…but…
Taking Concrete Steps to Reinventing Yourself
James Mitchell suffered with shyness. From a fear of raising his hand in class as a child to a fear of approaching women as a man, he had been through all the stages of shy behavior. In his search for love, Online Dating was his safety net. He felt secure enough to talk to women from the safe confines of his own home, but expected very little from live interactions. James felt stuck, moving from one inconsequential online-born relationship to another, and he felt incapable of getting un-stuck. He was buying into his own excuses (there’s no one in LA for me, there’s too much superficiality here, etc).Read more »
Too shy for the bar scene, Scott was a self-professed ‘online-dating addict’. When it came to the romantic side of life, he was constantly battling through a never-ending cycle of boredom and rejection. Despite the fun of a few dates with a certain kind of woman, he would lose interest and withdraw. Or excited by the prospect of what another woman represented, he would go too far and end up hurt…Read more »
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