I’m a Little Lonely. Most Men Are REALLY Lonely.

If I stop and think about it, it makes me sad. So I try not to think about it.
In high school, I had three best guy friends. We loved each other. Said as much when signing each others’ yearbooks. By the time we graduated college, we were barely in touch. The last time we were all together was my father’s funeral when I was 26.
In college, I had four best guy friends. We loved each other and I thought our friendship was unique and special. It wasn’t. We all went to each others’ weddings in our late 30’s, but after we had kids, it was

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What Are Your Limiting Beliefs About Love?

A limiting belief is one that is partially true, but not always true. If you believe “there are no good men” because you’ve been hurt, you may have a point, but you’re cutting off the possiblity that good men exist who can love you. That is not only false, but paralyzing. If you think the worst about dating, relationships, and men, tune into this Love U Podcast and learn how to get out of your own way.
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My Boyfriend Broke Up with Me Because I’m Unsure About Having Kids. Should I Move On?

I’m 30 and have been dating a man (37) for 6 months. It’s been slow going as we both have high-demand jobs, but we’re beginning to get more serious in terms of feelings and long-term commitment.
He is divorced with a child from his previous marriage, but would like to have another child someday. I, due to some personal health risks, have decided that childbearing is not likely in my future, but I’m not opposed to having children. I would like to find the right person first. I’ve mentioned a few times that I didn’t want to have children, but we’ve never really sat down

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4 Ways to Create Happiness and Well-Being (And Attract a Quality Man!)

I may be a dating coach as opposed to a life coach, but dating is part of life. As such, many of the same principles that work in dating work just as well in “real life.” Indeed, many clients have told me they’ve seen improvement in multiple areas of life: confidence, boundaries, communication and understanding other points of view.
For those very reasons, it’s always a pleasure to share an article about the most vexing of all subjects: happiness.
Life isn’t merely about avoiding suffering, but rather, about cultivating happiness.
Counter to what Freud believed, life isn’t merely about avoiding suffering, but rather, about cultivating happiness. So says Dr. Martin Seligman,

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How Can I Be So Good at Dating and Still Not Find Love?

I am 26 and, while I have a career and a master’s degree, I don’t want to get so sucked into that part of my life that I miss out on having a great relationship. As you’ve said, these things take time.
However, I’m starting to get worried that I’m a little *too good* at dating. I set up at least one date a week online, I have a section of my wardrobe intended for first dates and have a copy and paste “I had a great time, but you’re not the one” text message in my phone. I’m great at moving on, letting go

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Why Women Feel Guilty About Earning More Money

We’ve discussed men who resent women who make more money.
We’ve debated why women need men to make more money than their partners.
We’ve explored whether women look down on men who make less.
Today, we’re going to explore another variation – the pull between women being proud of their career success and feeling guilty about outearning their male partners. 
From an article on CNBC, “The feedback (women) receive from the culture is clear: Men should be earning more so that they can provide for their families, and if they don’t, it’s symptomatic of a problem. These messages produce an “almost unavoidable emotional and psychological consequence.” Women feel guilty. Men feel emasculated.
It’s

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Soulmate Passion – an interview with Arielle Ford

Arielle Ford may just well be The Fairy Godmother of Love. Not only is she the happily married author of bestseller, The Soulmate Secret, but she is probably the single most connected person in the dating/relationship/spiritual world. When she’s not doing the Love U Podcast with me, she’s hanging with Deepak on his private plane to Bali. Join me to listen to this warm, soulful, fascinating interview.
Click here to learn the 3 Keys to Using the Law of Attraction to Manifest Your Soulmate.
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What’s Best Way to Express My Needs to My Boyfriend?

I’ve been LOVING your “Why He Disappeared” book. It’s given me affirmation in areas that I’m doing the right thing, but also made me realize where I’m projecting my own insecurities onto relationship by constantly requiring affirmation from men.
My question is “asking for needs.” I’ve currently been dating a guy for the last 9 months or so. He’s great. We started off as friends, which turned to friends with benefits, which is now turned into a committed relationship. It has moved VERY slow and I’ve been very cool about that. However, I can still go a few days or so without hearing from him

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Doing the Best I Can – Why Fathers Leave Their Children

You know there are three sides to every story – your side, his side, and the truth.
Yet, despite that knowledge and awareness, we act like this is not true.
People with different agendas – at work, in love, in politics – are not just acting in their own interests, but they’re “wrong” for even having interests. Worse, men who act in their self-interests are “selfish,” “mean,” and “narcissistic.”
Somehow, I think things are more complicated than that.
I have a close girl friend who is currently stringing along a really nice guy who wants to be her boyfriend. It’s been two months. She’s not bad. She’s not wrong. She’s confused.

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Do You Take Responsibility for Your Love Life?

 

It’s quite easy to identify when someone else is a victim whose unrelenting negativity is an energy drain to all around them. It’s much harder to identify when you’re that person. Tune into this important Love U Podcast and learn how to take responsibility for what you can control and let go of the rest.
 Click here to see Judith Orloff’s piece on victim mentality
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