Great day empowered peeps!
The ‘Making Love Happen’ Audio Program is AVAILABLE NOW!
In case you missed it, a couple of Thursdays ago I announced the release of the Making Love Happen audio program “Making Love Happen” so that you can watch the recording of our roundtable discussion as often as you would like and at your convenience.
In this high-value, content-rich audio program, I along with the other love experts give you the keys on how to:
- Completely eliminate fear to love again from your life
- Speak your partner’s love language with ease
- Open lines of communication for a romantically enhanced relationship
- Boost your self-esteem and walk into a room with confidence
- Unveil the joyful and fulfilling life you have always wanted
And much more…
If you’re looking to create an intimate, honorable relationship with someone who adores and loves you for you, then you owe it to yourself to own this audio bundle TODAY.
Read all of the steamy details HERE.
Don’t forget to join the Making Love Happen Discussion Forum on Facebook. Simply go to http://www.facebook.com/groups/MakingLoveHappen/ and request to join the private group. Our love coaches will be there to answer your questions and guide you through the relationship waters successfully. We can’t wait to interact with you there!
No matter what the circumstance or situation, you deserve to love and be loved again. So go right now and purchase your audio set, you’ll be glad you did! Remember, 2014 is the year to invest and cultivate relationships that matter!
….and of course don’t forget to join “The Modern Princess” movement for empowering information by following this blog, joining us on Twitter and Facebook and more importantly by grabbing your copy of the book!
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Early & Cherese
The summer of 2013 is geared up to be an action movie junkies’ dream come true. With releases from Hollywood heavy hitters like DeNiro, Smith, Hanks and Cruise, I have already prepared to beat the heat of summer in the movie theaters. As usual, I looked forward to a couple of films that were adapted from the comics. A couple of years ago was the Dark Knight’s run, 2013 was about none other than the man from Krypton, Kal-El. Most recognize him from his earth name, Clark Kent.
I can’t tell you the times I wrapped a towel from my mother’s linen closet around my neck and ran off to simulate flying. Every boy has once dreamed of being faster than a speeding bullet and more powerful than a locomotive. But somewhere between adolescence and high school our once lofty dreams approach life from a safer perspective.
There are unspoken rules of conduct that men abide by. See, the worst insult you could give a man is that he’s somehow acting less than what a ‘real’ man should. So we go through great lengths to ensure our manhood is not questioned. In this we often lose sight of transparency or being authentic. Instead we are working overtime to keep up a facade. This behavior is passed down time and time again. But as men, we can never grow pass what we refuse to confront. Here are a few ‘myths’ we carry as men of steel:
4 Myths Women (Still) Believe About Men
- Men don’t have feelings, therefore they cannot be hurt: This is a flat-out lie. As I often say, we have the same feelings as women with a much different expression. Any guy who says a woman has never broken his heart or let him down needs to get his head examined. As men, we are occupational while women tend to be relational. So we find our identity in what we do, not who we know.
- Men just don’t like to talk: The truth is, we don’t like to talk at the exact moment women do, but we do talk. We speak about things that affect us or inspire us. If you ever want to see a guy really get chatty, tap into what he’s passionate about. That’s what matters most to men.
- Men avoid commitment at all costs: What connects us to our manhood is how well our families are taken care of. I don’t believe I have been more ashamed or disappointed in myself than when my finances fell too short to take care of my family. I felt less than a man. Often if we have a doubt about our ability to provide, we tend to shy away from that commitment.
- Men never get depressed: Absolutely we do! The difference is, early in boyhood we were told, big boys don’t cry. We took that mantra to heart. In fact, we added on that big boys don’t share their emotions. We took it as a sign of weakness. But anything without a pressure valve to give release will likely explode.
I have always been fascinated with the story of Superman. Not just because of his incredible acts of heroics, but because the people closest to him never made the connection. Somehow he could come up missing, he could save their lives and spend time with them, and no one ever thought Clark was really Superman. I guess that’s appropriate. As men, we have lived the truth that it’s the other way around. Superman, was really Clark Kent all along.
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Great day empowered people!
The other day I invited you to hang out with me for the ‘Making Love Happen’ Virtual Roundtable. It’s coming up tomorrow, so if you haven’t signed up yet, do it NOW.
Sign up for the Hangout HERE.
Dr. Towanna Freeman, myself and the other love experts will be sharing how to find love again following a divorce or a tragic situation. Or, if you’re already in a relationship, how to re-ignite that spark and get your groove back.
I’ll personally share why conflict in your relationship is a good thing and the common pitfalls and mistakes people make.
It’s going to be juicy.
Towanna (my friend and highly-esteemed colleague) is an award-winning author, speaker and life strategist who empowers her clients to achieve their vision through purposeful action. She’s hosting this ground-breaking, hot discussion and I’m honored to be a contributor.
If you’re looking to create an intimate, honorable relationship with someone who adores and loves you for you, then you don’t want to miss this.
Register HERE today.
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At 42 I look back on my past behaviors as it relates to dating and shake my head. There’s no cute way to put it, I was definitely a jerk. I shudder at the conversations I left in my wake. This all came back to my remembrance after a recent conversation with three women in an eye-glass store.
One of the three women was my wife Cherese. We’d wandered into the store just looking for some cool frames and such. As we stood at the counter discussing prices, in walks a guy with shades on. He’s actually significant in this context because we obviously missed our cue to be impressed as he whipped off his glasses in Hollywood fashion. He stood there for a second in the door way, as if to say, “I’m here!” Right out of the gate I’m sure ladies are reading this and can imagine some guy in their past. You remember, He’s the one who knows you should feel privileged he’s even directing his attention your way.
So he comes over to the counter in front of the first young lady, takes a seat and boldly asks “I’m sure you remember me right?” To which she responded, “Should I?” This always crushes guy’s feelings. Here’s when I leaned over to my wife and kind of laughed. She knew exactly what was going on.
For the next 10 minutes we listened and laughed as he made every feeble attempt to put the moves on this poor lady. He even mentioned the fact that she should really remember him because of his striking height and features. I still don’t know how I managed to keep my lunch down.
When he finally left, feeling a bit deflated, I was privy to a high level top-secret conversation between women. I mean, some classified stuff. I immediately mentioned my new relationship book, “The Modern Princess,” which outlines three princesses with serious men issues. I asked if they’d break down both what he did wrong and what was going through their heads. As it turns out, his epic fail serves as a great object lesson in the ever confusing interactions of men and women.
- He walked in but they never met “him”: So I’m learning more and more how important authenticity is to ladies. If you’re looking for more than a flashy line and a few one night stands, those cheesy lines are the pits. It took me well into my twenties to value and appreciate my true self. Ladies, when a man refuses to show you who he really is, he’s obviously hiding something.
- He assumed she not only remembered him, but somehow was also impressed: Big mistake! A guy that seeks to superficially impress will have issues with long-term relationships. I can relate because that was me. Once the shine or newness of the relationship wore off, so did my attention. Impressing is for boys. Men seek to connect on a much deeper level.
- He tried to connect with her through material things: As she struggled through his advances to make an eye exam appointment, he politely dropped the fact that he drove a luxury car; it wouldn’t be an issue with day appointments because he was the “boss.” He even managed to work in that he lived in an affluent area of the city. When will we learn that a real women isn’t a gold digger, she’s a goal digger? So what we have doesn’t move their hearts anymore.
At the end of it all, we parted ways with them looking up my website to order a couple of books and us with a much welcomed laugh. But at the core, all of life is teaching a lesson. In a few moments I was able to look back at my own development and look forward to the cause in which I hope to spread through “Tiara Talk.” I want to cultivate a conversation about relationships, love and all the other B.S. so dating will be safe for my granddaughter.
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