Relationship Dating Techniques : What Does It Mean to Love Someone?

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In order to love someone, a person has to be honest and sincere about their feelings and emotions. Learn what it means to love somebody for the right reasons with tips from the author of a book on dating in this free video on love and relationship dating techniques.

Expert: Dr. Paul Vehorn
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Bio: Dr. Paul Vehorn has been a nationwide talk show host on Sun Radio Network and IRN.com, and he has a Ph.D. in behavioral psychology.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

Just Want To Be Happy? 5 Things You Need To Do RIGHT NOW!

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ven though craving happiness is a part of being human, trying to figure out how to get it definitely isn’t always so clear cut. All of those movies make it seem as if being happy is incredibly easy, which just isn’t always the case—But we’re pretty sure that we all know this based on our own experiences. As crazy as it may sound, many people practically spend a lifetime in the pursuit of happiness. The problem is that figuring out where to even begin can sometimes make the journey feel so far away.

So is there seriously a key to happiness? And if there is, just what exactly do we need to change about our current lifestyle so we can start working on our happy ending?

According to author John Gray, there are actually quite a few simple ways to do this! Even though it may seem easier said than done, you have to remember that things that are worth fighting for take time. His spot-on advice on what we need to do to have have a happy life led us to a few questions of our own:

1. When was the last time you really looked at yourself in the mirror? And we’re not just talking about as part of your morning routine.

2. Can you honestly say that you are satisfied with everything in your life?
3. If you have a lot going on right now, can you pinpoint any ways that you may have inadvertenly contributed to the stress?

Genuine happiness definitely doesn’t happen overnight. But with John Gray’s tips, you’ll get there in no time at all!

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The Biggest Signs He Loves You (Even If He Never Says It)

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Have you ever been so in love with someone that just being around him was enough to make you smile? From the way he rubs your feet after a long day at work to how he knows exactly what to say to make you feel better. There’s no greater feeling in the world than finding the person that you know you want to spend the rest of your life with. But not hearing the words “I Love You” can make things nerve racking. Just what are the signs he loves you?

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How do I know you know if he loves me? This is the question that I always giggle a little bit when I hear. The bottom line with two people and their love is that they make abundantly clear.

He should first tell you that he loves you but really actions speak louder than words.

When he asks you what do you need before he tells you sometimes when he needs..

He should show you in meaningful ways he’s trying to make you happy and to please you.

When he tries to please you when he does for you even if it’s not important for him.

It’’s not about the obvious tried gestures like sending flowers aren’t bringing chocolate but it’s in the details too.

The act itself of doing for the other even when it’s actually something that we would never do for ourselves that generosity is essential to know.

If he knows that you’re afraid of heights he’ll book a hotel room on the ground floor. If he knows you’re allergic to seafood he takes you to a steak restaurant. These are the little things that he does every single day to try to make you happy.

But the question I will also ask is how much do you need constant affirmation and confirmation that he does love you. Will he say how come you don’t know and show you in multiple ways and you will still say not enough because there’s a part of me that doesn’t really believe that I am lovable or that one could love me?

Simply from the fact that this is a question tells me that there is a small thought or perhaps even a large thought that he doesn’t. If you don’t clearly feel as if you were being loved and there’s a good chance that you might not be.

You know that a person loves you by the level of investment, care, attention, support, interest that the other person shows you.

We all communicate our love in certain ways but the bottom line is when we love we do communicate.

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Staying Positive in Love | The Happy Couple Expert | 714-390-1652

Robyn D’Angelo, The Happy Couple Expert
Staying positive in love 100% of the time is impossible – but making room for more positivity, kindness and compassion is key to fulfilling relationships.

Want to Create EPIC Love? Not quite sure how you’re going to do this? No problem! Helping couples + individuals create healthy fulfilling relationships is my jam. Let’s talk about how you can create your EPIC relationship that lasts, a solid marriage that lasts and fabulous friendship that lasts.

Call me – email me – or find me online. Let me show you how to LOVE + BE LOVED, better.

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What is real love and what does it feel like? by Pete & Nikki Uglow

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To be unconditionally loving is something that many people believe they are, but the truth is very few people actually know how to love somebody properly. Real Love is totally selfless. It is about “I care how you feel”. The opposite of Real Love is ‘conditional love’ which is “I like how you make me feel”. It’s Real Love when someone cares about their partner’s happiness without needing anything in return for themselves. They’re not disappointed or angry when their partner makes foolish mistakes or doesn’t automatically give them what they want. They have no secrets from each other and don’t just tolerate, but embrace each and every little quirk and personality trait.

This is the true happiness that gives us a reason to live, not the fleeting happiness that we use as a substitute, often without even realising it. When two people love each other unconditionally, they don’t need anything in return for it, as the Real Love itself is enough. Rather than assigning blame, Real Love helps us to understand the origins of our behaviour and do whatever we need to in order to achieve true happiness in all aspects of our lives — including providing a rock solid foundation for a happy marriage.

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Gay & Katie Hendricks: What is Genuine Love?

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Gay and Katie Hendricks have spent over 25 years developing “kitchen and bedroom tested” methods for building relationships that work, thrive, and grow. Their emphasis is on cultivating lasting love by accepting, even encouraging differences and without trying to change one another. Their methods encourage openness, identification of real feelings, and shared commitment to the relationship. Gay and Katie talk about: Why opposites really do attract; Fights that begin just when things are going “too well”; Getting and staying in touch with here-and-now feelings; Five “secrets” for strengthening loving relationships.

Gay Henricks has authored or co-authored 25 books. Before founding the Hendricks Institute, he was a professor of counseling at the University of Colorado for 21 years. He holds a Ph.D. from Stanford.

Katie Hendricks pioneered the field of mind-body and has taught in graduate programs at major universities and leads seminars for business and health professionals. She holds a doctorate and has co-authored 10 books.