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{New blog post} 3 relationship questions women asked me and how I showed them to exercise their "power of choice", How and why you should write a letter to your future husband + Find why you should talk to your ex, he might have some great insight for you to help you in your next relationship: http://simplyblissliving.com/the-power-of-choice/

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Women should not propose to men for their hand in marriage: I know we do a lot of role reversal in our relationships now a days, however, I don't agree with this particular one. It gives off a sense of desperation to me. It challenges the guys manhood and makes him feel incapable of fulling their role. I know that's not all men but I would say the majority of them that want to get married feel that way. I know I preach about being clear about knowing what you want, but how you go about making it happen is a different story. If he hasn't proposed it's for several reasons...he doesn't want to get married, he can't afford the ring and is waiting to get into a better financial situation(which at times can be bs), he does want to get married, has plans of what ring he will get, when, where and how he will do it, it's just not soon enough for her. Case in point...I read the article and that's what played out, although he didn't mind her making the first move. She proposed and then he walked over to his bag and took out a ring, he was going to propose to her with as well. Now he will never have the memory of proposing to his s/o because that opportunity was taken away from him by his girlfriend beating to bended knees. What do you, ladies and gents think?

http://shine.yahoo.com/love-sex/oklahoma-woman-proposes-to-boyfriend-with-airport-flashmob-171813854.html

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One way to determine if your romantic relationship is healthy is through your individual growth. Is it in a positive or negative way? Check out this great article. I love #4.... There is a great self-reflection exercise at the end of the article that I recommend...Try writing an example from your own relationship that fits into each of the above ten categories.: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/in-practice/201206/10-ways-relationships-help-individuals-grow

Hi +Felicia Bass  and +Gheorghe Cornel Ardelean . Welcome to the community. I will be sharing some great information soon.

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Having a strong sense of self is the first step for getting clear about what you want in your relationship. If you don't have a s/s/s you will always seek approval and validation from your partner and that leaves you relying on external factors to determine your self-worth.Gaining clarity about who you are is not optional it's necessary. #relationshipclarity #relationships http://ow.ly/gpwXM

Welcome +Bob Marley !

My 1st question: Are you clear about how you want to Experience your romantic relationship? if so are you making choices to support how you want to experience it?

Here is my spill...

My stance: I believe as women we can create and sustain healthy relationships personally and professionally, while upholding a strong sense of self, caring for our overall well-being and nurturing what we crave.

I'm a Life-Tracking Expert™ with a focus on Relationship Clarity. Life-tracking is an exploration process I created to help women arrive at relationship clarity. My techniques helped me find her voice and embrace self-love amidst the chaos of an unconventional relationship with her mother, a marriage that left her craving more of herself, and single parenthood with a son that faces daily health challenges. I've learned to avoid the traps of victimhood and paralyzing fear by learning how to track my life’s patterns, using journaling and other detailed self-analysis tools.

I would love to learn more about all members of the community.
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