Sabotaging a Potential Relationship
I’m sure that none of my readers want to always be Sabotaging a Potential Relationship, but some readers might be wondering why they always do. Read about how you possibly might be doing this.
Are you clueless as to how to get and keep that solid relationship that you want to have for life? Have you been in dozens of short-term relationships that went nowhere? Do you really want to find that one great man whom you’ll be happy with forever? Do you think that you might be doing something to scare those potential husbands away? You wouldn’t be the first to feel that way.
Love can be a scary thing.
No matter how you want to phrase it or look at it, showing the guy too much love too soon is a definite fright. He barely knows you and is aware of how little you know about him yet you’re declaring your love… There’s a good chance that you have a crush at this stage or are greatly infatuated. Don’t get your emotions mixed up.
Be affectionate and attentive and show him that you’re interested in him in subtle ways. Perhaps you don’t know what that means. Well, think of how you act when you’re with one of your girlfriends. Do you gush? Do you ooh and aah at everything she says? Do you stare at her with adoration? No. You’re cool, relaxed, and having fun. You listen to her, but you’re not a mania about it, right? Do the same with him. Be the same with him.
Cramming Into His Life
While it’s important for the two of you to spend a good amount of time together in order to build a new relationship, never give all of your time to him. You’ll regret it later when you realise all the things that you set aside simply to be with him.
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Thanks for reading,
Psychic Madeline Rose
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The Bravehearts of Belgrave High is now published. I have completed the first in a series of novels that I wrote for teens. It is the courageous story of a young girl growing up in a home filled with domestic violence. She also has to endure a school and neighbourhood full of bullies. We read how she maneuvres her way through such a difficult situation. Plus, how she grows because of it, among other themes in the novel.
The desired outcome for young readers is that they will be inspired to treasure their unique differences. If they don’t fit in with the system or with those around them, then they should realise that it’s quite okay not to fit in.
My first novel was written to help raise funds for the private foundation that I established, which might later become a charity. Click here if you’d like to be taken to the site where you can purchase this novel. If you cannot see the site, use a browser other than Chrome.
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