Healthy Relationships

Healthy relationships are ones that are mutually respectful, loyal and loving, and do not abuse people emotionally, physically or mentally.

If you are still single and find yourself in a no-so-great relationship and recognize the symptoms, you need to hire a matchmaker to coach you in selecting your next relationship.

Mr. Toxic

Are you surprised if you’re feeling frustrated and confused because the charming man you’re involved with is suddenly treating you badly – ignoring you, or being “short” with you, or flirting with other women right in front of you – or you seem to be attracted to and attract these kind of men over and over again.

This kind of man is “toxic”!

Learn How to Meet Single Professionals

canstockphoto14810597Being single professionals can make it very difficult to have any kind of social life. Working and being a professional means that you have very little time for much else. However, you probably see other couples enjoying their time together and wish that you could do the same.

If you are tired of staying home or working late, then you should consider joining a dating & Matchmaking service; it’s a great way to meet people and potentially find long-lasting love and happiness.

Single professionals don’t have a lot of time, so they tend to use online dating sites to find dates. This is time consuming and all too often wasted time and efforts.

For those professionals that live in a metropolitan area, there are specific dating services that cater to people with specific hobbies or professions.

This can be a best option and be more selective in your requirements.

Love, Lies, and finding Mr. Right

Do you think there’s something wrong with you that makes it impossible to meet a good man and that you keep attracting wounded men because YOU are wounded?

Do you feel like you keep MESSING things up with men and that they will always leave you…and then you become despondent when they actually do?

Then I want to introduce you to a whole new way of relating to men that’s going to turn things around so quickly and dramatically for you, you’ll wonder how you ever dated without it:

We women can be exceptionally hard on ourselves and be our own worst critic, especially when it comes to love.

But did you know that this comes from telling ourselves a story about our ability to love and our worthiness for love that is simply not true?

That’s right. A lot of the pain you feel about your love life right now is based on an outright LIE. You’re in pain because you’ve told yourself a story like, I’ll never find Mr. Right, because there is SO MUCH wrong about me. Or, I just need to accept that a man won’t treat me well, because I don’t deserve it.


Of course you’re not literally saying these stories, but they’re THERE in your subconscious, and you’ve become so used to it that you don’t even notice it’s getting in the way of your life let alone having the relationship you want.

That’s because when you get emotionally involved with someone, you become vulnerable and start exposing yourself at a deeper level.

At the same time, the expectations you place on the man you’re with means that when he lets you down or doesn’t come through for you in the right way, this is likely to TRIGGER the re-telling of that dreaded story in your brain.

That’s why dating is a PERFECT opportunity for you to challenge this negative story and create a new one of happy ever after…IF you know how to do it in a way that HEALS you WHILE leading you to your Mr. Right.