THIS is the advice I desperately needed someone to whisper in my ear all the times I was confused about relationships.
Because I’ve been there, and I’ve come out the other side with a husband who adores me, I don’t want you to be alone. I’ve been blissfully married 20 years to a wonderful man, but before I met him, I had little self-esteem and no boundaries. When I met and married my husband, I thought my days of struggling with love were finally over, but they weren’t…
Shows of anger, possessiveness, frustration or attempts to pressure or threaten you should set off alarm bells; proceed with great caution.
You can have the relationship you want – but so much faster – because now you have me to help you every step of the way.
I look forward to teaching you all my best secrets…
THIS is the advice you’ve been missing when the man who is supposed to love you says something heartless, and you don’t know whether to stand up for yourself or let him off the hook.
THIS is the advice for those times when you wonder why it seems so easy for other women to have the love and romance they want.
If your date insists on walking you to a car parked down an alley or in a deserted parking lot stop where you are, call a cab and collect your car another time.
Your safety is more important that worrying about causing your date offense.
No harm can come from being over-cautious; you'll both laugh about it later.
If your date cares about and respects you they will respect and reciprocate your concerns.
Sure, you're out to have a good time but if everything goes well there will be many, many more good times to come. Do not leave your personal belongings or drink unattended at any time.
If you go to the bathroom take your phone, bag and/or wallet with you. Keep any drinks close to you at all times and if you've left it, leave it. Be aware of your date's behavior and body language.
Men are visual creatures in it, why men lose interest in their partner is good question. Also at the bars could seem forward to satiate once he wishes.