I challenge you to think about LOVE. How do you define LOVE? How do you express LOVE? Today’s’ modern version of LOVE, it’s seems that people are placing conditions and restriction on LOVE. I appreciate, understand and respect the fact that people are choosy about who they fall in LOVE with, but what about this idea of conditional LOVE versus unconditional LOVE.
LOVE: should be pure flowing from an open heart with good intentions
LOVE: should uplift to add to and not take away from
LOVE: LOVE: should allow you to shine
LOVE: should not be used as a bargaining weapon LOVE should not feel bad
Dear Readers, In today’s Society there are countless broken relationships and this leads to dysfunctional homes. Couples are felling stuck and have become complacent in their routine living arrangement, and few people are making the effort to speak up. I suggest to going back to the beginning. Take a meaningful stroll down memory lane reconnect to why you committed to a partnership. You might be surprised about what you discover and this could place you on the road to healing.
” You’re a beautiful and talent person why are you have trouble meeting a good man?” I hear this from close friends and family repeatedly. However, when I asked them, ” do you know someone in your circle of friends who would be interested in me?” the answer is always the same, “no” or ” I don’t want to be responsible if the relationship doesn’t work out.”
One of the problems with finding a suitable life partner is that no one meets the old fashion way; meaning face to face or being matched up on a blind date, that’s how my parents met, it seemed to work for them they had 12 children and were married 32 years. So, I’ve been encouraged to join an online dating services 😦
Now the dilemma, which one to choose there are so many, and for a fee they all promise, ” happily ever after.” Even-through I know couples who meet through an online dating service and many of whom have gotten married; my personal feelings is that it’s too impersonal. People sitting behind their computers judging a person by viewing pictures and what they read in the “about me” box.
Oh well, after some research and talking to real people about their experience, I’ve decided to part with a few bucks and enlisted a good friend who met her husband online to help me build my profile. We spent an hour selecting the best pictures, and composing details about me and what type of man I am seeking, and with a click of a button it was done. So I thought.
No, the task is not over, I was advised to find time to search through thousands of profiles to find my “soul mate.” And if that isn’t enough work I was told to watch dating tips from Matthew Hussey, he is supposed to be a dating expert/ guru. When I asked why, I was told that, ” There are lots of does and doesn’t in the world of online dating.” Now I am thinking, WHAT HAVE I GOTTEN MYSELF INTO?