By Chuckie Rich
"Where Have All the Flowers Gone" is a modern folk-style song written by Pete Seeger in 1955. It was a sad song about young men leaving for war and not returning. As some women sit alone wishing for a faithful friend or lover they too may be singing a similar song that asks, "Where have all the men gone?" In Part 1 of the post, "Where to meet men?" I answered that question. So Cheer Up! Here are 9 more great places to discover men and where they can discover you.
By Chuckie Rich
Southern writer, Flannery O'Conner has a short story entitled, "A Good Man is Hard to Find." And many lonely women, who are searching for the man of their dreams today, would say the same thing, "A good man is hard to find." This article will help you to discover a host of places to meet men.
If you are going to find and keep the love of your life you must avoid mistakes that can begin relationship problems. Relationship problems can be avoided or at least resolved. The next three big mistakes, I want to discuss with you, can cause you to push a man away instead of drawing them close.
"Think like a queen. A queen is not afraid to fail.
Failure is another stepping-stone to greatness " ~ Oprah Winfrey
By Clayton Max
Author of Infatuation Scripts
(1) − Changing your voice to ...
(2) − Over doing your ...
(3) − Pretending to be ...
(4) − The annoying habit of ...
(5) – Being Emotionally ...
(6) – Unnecessarily working to ...
Ok in Part 1, you discovered the first 3 Habits and now you can learn the other 3 Habits to ensure you have the RIGHT Man.
Here are the other 3 Habits of the six ways to create a closer, loving bonding relationship with your man or the one you are trying to attract.
“A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.”
― Coco Chanel
Here are six ways to create a closer, loving bonding relationship with your man or the one you are trying to attract.