William Arthur Ward said: “A true friend knows your weaknesses but shows you your strengths; feels your fears but fortifies your faith; sees your anxieties but frees your spirit; recognizes your disabilities but emphasizes your possibilities.” True friends are hidden treasures in our lives and add to it’s very essence, so Read more “What kind of Friend Are You?”
They say a picture is worth 1000 words — but should you post a picture on Internet dating sites? Richard says “Yes, definitely” and I agree, but pick and choose with discretion! Think before you post. People want Read more “Should You Post a Picture on Internet Dating Sites?”
“A friend is one to whom you can pour out the contents of your heart, chaff and grain alike. Knowing that the gentlest of hands will take and sift it, keep what is worth keeping and with a breath of kindness, blow the rest away.” Friends can pull you through the worst of times and enhance the best. They encourage us, listen to our secrets and tell us the truth even if we don’t want to hear it! Friends are invaluable and Read more “5 Friends Everyone Needs!”
Wingless Butterfly – coming soon!
Scheduled for release Spring 2010. Here is an excerpt:
Her warning still echoed in my mind. He’s the kind of man that pulls wings off of butterflies. The faceless man had haunted me for as long as I could remember. I shuddered and clenched my eyes as tightly as I could, but the admonition refused to be silence. Read more “Can unveiling your past change your future?”
Finding love isn’t always easy. Internet dating is a great tool to pre-screen potential partners, but before you post a profile, consider these tips–if you’re already signed up and listed, this is a must read! As promised, here are more words of wisdom about internet dating from Richard.
What to say — OK. I don’t know who is behind the this recommendation (fess up, Dr. Phil), but I can’t tell you how many profiles I’ve read that begin with “My friends think I’m (fill-in-the-glowing-adjectives”). How do I say this delicately — Read more “Online dating?-Read this first!”
I have to share this rant I received via email about Internet dating. It was from a man who I’ll call Richard … because that’s his name … and I found it to be humorous, honest, accurate advice about dating on line — a process that can be intimidating, overwhelming, intriguing, frustrating and even dangerous. If you Read more “Learn the Do’s & Don’ts of Internet Dating”
Since I began this blog I continually receive email from women and men of all ages who identify with and find some solace my posts. While I’m happy I am reaching so many broken hearts and souls, it is disheartening to realize how many are intelligent yet unsuspecting, trusting individuals who get hurt in relationships. It seems no matter how well we think we know someone, we can still get blind-sighted. So my question is Read more “Warning # 3–Can you Ever Really Know Someone?”
He blames women for romantic lies men tell them and justifies the manipulation and deceit some men use to get sex. Every time I tried to bring up a rebuttal, he was demeaning, argumentative and aggressive. He truly believed he had all of the answers, and I held back my disbelief when he said Read more “Warning! Part 2”
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OILpTwcqccE[/youtube]What I’m about to say does not pertain to the majority of the male population, and it’s guys like this that make relationships difficult for everyone. I am a firm believer that there are a lot of women who are self-absorbed users as well, but I feel compelled to pass along this chauvinistic, narcissistic mentality to warn the unsuspecting females about men who actually believe this stuff. The things I suffer through to obtain real life research are sometimes above and beyond the call of duty.
Yesterday, I met with a man who honestly believed the garbage he spewed and I endured him for almost two hours. His philosophical point of view was that women are responsible for men lying to and using them. His theory was Read more “Warning! Is this guy for real?”