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Christine Hassler (http://christinehassler.com/2013/03/t…) life coach, author and speaker shares a message about how to get the love you want. One of the biggest mistakes that I see us make when it comes to relationships is loving other people the way we want and need to be loved, rather than loving them in the way they want and need to be loved. And I don’t just mean romantic relationships; this mistake applies to all our relationships from family to friends to colleagues.
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Tammy is a great woman with a great heart.
Everyone knows it and everyone tells her so.
She has no problem attracting men.
In fact, men tell her all the time how beautiful, smart and sexy she is.
So why is it a man compliments her one minute and the next thing she knows, he’s leaving saying, “You’re so great you deserve someone better.”
It’s sooooo frustrating to meet a quality man who gets your humor and wit.
It’s disheartening to think everything’s going well and the next thing you know he’s saying, “You’re so great but I can’t give you what you want.”
What the “bleep” is he talking about?
Today’s video gives you a fun, fail-proof tip on what a man really thinks when he pursues you with compliments and kisses, then flips the switch and leaves!
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http://GPSforLove.com Having trouble with dating because you’re unsure of the RULES? Watch this video where you will learn that there are no rules but there are specific guidelines which will help you get better results in your love life.
And if this video is beneficial and you’d like to go deeper I invite you to check out the GPS for Love Dating After Divorce program. Go here for info: http://GPSforLove.com/DatingAfterDivorce
Delaine Moore, bestselling author of the book, The Secret Sex Life of a Single Mom, now a Lifetime Movie, reveals the major signs men and women experience after divorce that indicate they may be ‘ready’ to start dating again. Delaine also examines the word ‘dating’ and tells those divorced to RELAX into a new definition of it. How to get over a divorce, move on, find your fire, write your own rulebook, have sex after divorce, date with confidence, how to online date, date after 30, 40, 50 – all these things are covered and more at http://delaine moore.com, formerly I Am Divorced Not Dead. Delaine is a journalist and Mars Venus Relationship, Sex and Divorce Coach. She writes for The Loop.ca and The Huffington Post. She can also be found at www.delainemoore.com. Delaine is appearing in CBC’s documentary, The Truth About Female Desire. Lifetime’s Movie explores her memoir from the Dominance submission perspective, not the whole book. Like FIfty Shades and interviewed for USA Today and The Daily Mail on sexuality and BDSM.
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What Is Love?…
“Love is like magic
And it always will be.
For love still remains
Life sweet mystery …”
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http://GPSforLove.com When to Say “I Love you”
Ever been involved with a guy and you wanted to say “I Love You” but you weren’t’ sure if you should?
If so, this video will help you learn how to recognize that the time is right for you to tell him.
In order to get a second date, listen to what the other person has to say, keep the date fun and keep things light. Get a second date by avoiding heavy subjects and inappropriate behavior with tips from the author of a dating book in this free video on relationship advice and first dates.
Expert: Dr. Paul Vehorn
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
This video is about what not to do on a phone conversation regarding first dinner date plans. Women should always play low key and down to earth when going on a dinner date with a guy whom they do not know personally, including their financial situation.
It’s time to head out for that first date! Outside of what to wear and the venue, you might be a little bit nervous around what to talk about. Here are some really easy conversation topics you can share without getting too heavy. Remember to try and keep it light on the first few dates, and make sure you listen as well and maintain eye contact as you both get to know each other!