by David Steele
1. Start by losing the losers
If you want to find your soul mate, you must be available and not involved with people who aren’t right for you.
2. OK, available now? Next… are you “ready?”
Do you have any unfinished business that might sabotage your next relationship? Get it handled now!'
by David Steele ConsciousRelation
Being single is an opportunity, not a disease! Let’s explore the gift and purpose of being single.
One of the hardest things for me to accept is that I create my own outcomes, whether I like them or not, my failures as well as my successes.
As a child of divorce I swore that when I got married it would be for life, yet I’ve been married and divorced twice. I wish it were different, but that is the reality I must accept about my life, and since I made my relationship choices, I can’t blame my exes, my mother, father, or anyone else for my outcomes.
In a new trend, singles are becoming increasingly disillusioned with internet dating and seeking alternatives. With millions of singles using the internet and the promises and success stories of online matchmaking websites, I’ve heard the same thing over and over from singles across the country who are frustrated with internet dating-
“It’s great to have a lot of choices, but it takes a lot of time and I don’t seem to meet anyone I have much chemistry with.”
This trend makes sense to me. In some ways, using a computer to find your soul mate is like trying to cook a souffle in a microwave. Some things just require time, effort, and the human touch.
This article will explore the upsides and downsides of internet dating, attempt to explain why internet dating doesn’t work for some (most?) singles, and suggest some alternatives.