I have worked with many clients whose quest for love and relationship has become one of the most important parts of their lives. In fact, there are many who seem to build their social plans around one singular goal: meeting members of the opposite sex. If you are not on a Dating Fast these days, (see yesterday’s blog for details) my invitation to you this weekend is to modify the approach you take to making plans. Instead of making the focus on where you could go to “meet men,” try to listen to your heart’s desire.Read more »
One of the first steps in the Dating With Dignity process to MANifest love is what I call the The Dating Fast, a pre-determined period of time which requires that one completely stop all forms of activity directly involved with the pursuit of relationship. Some women call it “space,” some a “cleanse,” while others just call it horrid. They simply don’t want to do it.Read more »
Upon returning home that evening, Murse crawled into bed, and lay on his stomach. He mumbled.
“Tired. Yoga…killed me.”
I had ridden the Murse wave til it’s end. No more sex with Murse. Murse knew, like me, that he needed to shut down. Protect himself. Protect me.
As I watched him doze off, I realized it was time to put on the brakes. Put away the fantasy that Lost Girls’ will hold on to forever. I am no longer Lost, however. I know when it was time to say goodbye to Murse, say yes to friends.Read more »
hich brings me to Steve Harvey’s New York Times best-seller, “Act Like A Lady. Think Like a Man, ” the book I have been reading while sitting on the sandy beach of Twain Harte Lake. In between swims to the huge rock on the other side of the lake, “rating” each other’s dives, and preparing meals for this clan each day, I have made time to relax. Read. And contemplate whether or not Steve Harvey’s point of view coincides with mine, and with the dating process I teach to women who attend the Dating With Dignity seminars and workshops I hold. And, most importantly, with what I have been observing this week, noticing if, in fact, Steve’s descriptions of men in love match the words and actions of the two men who sleep each night here with us in this cabin in the woods.Read more »