When we move away from stereotypes and conventional thinking and open up to possibility with practical support and new perspectives, mindset shifts and actions, we discover some important truths! Men don’t need conquered, manipulated or understood as if they are all the same.
The true facts? For many of us, meeting The One doesn’t just happen. While we’re working, being parents, going to school, exercising, and otherwise living our very busy everyday lives, it doesn’t just happen. We have to be intentional, focused, clear, and determined in every approach to dating (including speed dating).
This book, published in 1995, was a popular do-this-but-don’t-do-that kind of guide for women who want to get married. Admittedly, some common sense was mixed into its pages, but it would have been more appropriately entitled The Game.
Every day I work with people who are injured by their past. I see how these hidden–even unconscious–wounds affect their ability to welcome healthy love. They experience fear, neediness, dread, avoidance…instead of love. Funny how our minds work, isn’t it?
Do you ever feel like you are not enough?
Well, you are not alone! I mean, is there anyone on the planet who hasn’t struggled with feelings of low self-esteem, at some point or another? It’s a normal part of the human condition.