Let go of that which isn’t good for you to make room for that which is ♥
The title of Sherry Argov’s book isn’t referring to a woman who is constantly in someone’s face. It’s about women who have enough value and respect for themselves to not fall into the trap of being their partner’s doormat. I would highly recommend that all women read this book if they haven’t ready. It definitely helps you realise why all of your relationships seem to be relationshits. Men will only walk all over women who don’t act strong. If you are weak in any way, then you can expect to be treated like a doormat.
Here are 100 attraction principles that are taken from Sherry’s book: Continue reading
Young girls often don’t recognise the signs of an unhealthy relationship before it’s too late. If your boyfriend has outbursts that are beyond what a normal young man would have, then it’s time to become very aware of his behaviour in order to decide if you should stay with him or not.
You don’t have to stay with an abusive man. If you see the signs, leave before he has whittled away your self esteem and your trust in yourself, because if and when he does that you won’t have the courage or strength to leave easily. Leave while you have time to do so, before you get hurt.
There are Five Ways to Say No! Let’s look at how to go about that. The ultimate best way to say no is prior to going on a date, to tell your date that you have no intentions of sleeping with him at the end of the evening. If he’s not happy with that, he’ll tell you not to bother. Good. It saves you from having to fend him off when he tries to impose himself on you later in the evening.
However, even though you may told your date that you’re not going to sleep with him until you know for sure that you’re going to have a committed relationship, he may still try to seduce you into sleeping with him. So this is how to handle the situation when you’ve got a problem on your hands. Continue reading
Today’s values seem to make any kind of behaviour ok, and as such, there is alot of confusion about how to create a good strong foundation for a relationship. I was born in the sixties and grew up with a certain amount of influence from my local fellowship and church. I was taught during my early years that it was best not to immediately have sex with a person when you first start dating, and in hindsight, that teaching suited my personality more aptly than living a more promiscuous lifestyle like some others are OK with doing. For me, my choices were affected by the fact that the someone whom I loved surprised me with sex when we had our first kiss. He acted so quickly and took advantage when he knew that I had such strong feelings that I was like a rabbit in the spotlight, blinded and frozen. It was over in less than a minute, and shortly he was up and gone. I was so disappointed because he was someone I thought was about to become my boyfriend, plus there were spiritual ties between us so it went much deeper than him just being a guy who lived down the road.We were connected on many levels. What shocked me though was that he thought himself pretty cool to have done that to me, because he then went on to brag about it to his mates with the intention to humiliate me, which caused me a huge amount of pain at the time. Continue reading
The 21st century has opened up more information that women can draw upon due to the printing press, the Internet and the media (although, take a lot of what is presented to you on the television with a grain of salt). This means that women are much more aware that they can have a bigger influence than they had in the past. Due to the Feminist movement of the sixties, Western women have more choices available to them, which for some is a good thing and for others perhaps not. The Church has decreased in influence, which is beneficial because the controlling ways of religion are gone, however, the good influences are gone as well….. which isn’t necessarily a good thing. Humans still need some guidelines as to how to live in a decent manner, so the loss of these teachings has had a negative effect upon society and is evident in the behaviour of people today. Continue reading
A warrior has one true friend. Only one man or woman he or she can rely on. Who is that one? It is yourself. So you feed your body well; you train it; work on it. Where you lack skill, you practice. Where you lack knowledge, you study. But above all you must believe. You must believe in your strength of will, of purpose, of heart and soul. Do not speak badly of yourself, for the warrior that is inside you hears your words and is lessened by them. You are strong and you are brave. There is nobility of spirit within you. Let it grow.
Even if their story is difficult to hear and if you know the other person(s) involved, believe what you hear. Most people who come forward are telling the truth. You may be the first person they tell their experience to. Continue reading
Since women of any age are most likely to go to a friend for help, here’s what you can do: Continue reading