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A Spiritual Approach to Dating

A Spiritual Approach to Dating

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Dating….it can be one of the most exhilarating experiences,  or a nightmare! It is so much different in today’s world. We no longer need to go out to meet people. We can just sit home in our pj’s and surf the net. Facebook friends,  dating websites,  and match makers are right at your fingertips. I am married now, but I’ve been on my fair share of dates in the past. I can’t really say it was always a pleasurable experience.  I found it challenging to find someone who fit my criteria for......

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Dating as a Single Parent

Dating as a Single Parent

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Dating as a single parent is very different compared to dating before I was married. The people I meet are not just dating me; they are dating the three of us. I look at finding love in less of a romantic idea or emotional rush but more of a working relationship: will “he” work for all of us? My kids only get to meet the most serious of candidates. Everyone I have let into our lives has left an imprint on their hearts as well as mine. They don’t all ride off......

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How to Find Unconditional Love

How to Find Unconditional Love

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Recently a client asked the question, what do I do now that my partner has left me?  She left me with all these great ideas and experiences of love and without warning she just decided that she no longer wants to be in our relationship.  I handed my client a mirror and said you give that love to yourself. I believe my client’s partner was in her life for a reason to help her know how love felt and what it looked like.  And the next assignment is for her to give......

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How to Love and Value Yourself

How to Love and Value Yourself

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Get Off the “Clearance Rack” “If you are not being treated with love and respect, check your “price tag,” perhaps you have marked yourself down. It’s you who tell people what you’re worth by what you accept. Get off the “clearance rack” and get behind the glass where they keep the valuables. The bottom line is value yourself more.” – Unknown Recently my twin daughters were excited to visit a college friend who relocated to Miami, Florida. As they prepared for the trip they began to share with me all the wonderful......

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