I’d love to hear what else you’ve experienced that should be on this list! ) There’s a powerful law of the universe (like gravity) that states that “like attracts like”.
Now, the part that’s about you (we have to cover this part, of course, because it’s the part you have control over, and it’s the part that is creating the rest of it! Don’t take it personally — just like you don’t take gravity personally.
After all, you’re not traveling on the same vibrational level any more!
In the spirit of breaking bad habits, I’ve been working really hard to change the type of guy that I usually date.
The president makes some decisions that we didn't think would be part of the deal.Beware of the possibility of your ego’s glee at his obsession with you); • His financial situation is a disaster (tricky these days with the economy the way it is — after all, Donald Trump went bankrupt…and went right back to being a multi-gazillionaire); • He seems to be too needy of your approval, praise, etc.(having said that, men are fueled by our approval, and we do want to shower men with that gift – just pay attention to how he is about this – insatiable is a bad sign that he doesn’t have it for himself…this can also show up se-xu-ally, by the way); • After several dates, he’s still actively dating someone else (he doesn’t owe you exclusivity — as you don’t owe him, either – but after a certain point, you’re either ready for exclusivity, or you’re not); • You notice either by his car or his home that it looks like it belongs to a teenager — and a cyclone hit, too (again, this one’s tricky, but if he’s got trash all over the place, and it doesn’t look like he respects himself enough to take care of his things, that could spell trouble); • He is depressed and not taking care of it (it’s your call if you want to be with a man who has this issue, but if he’s not managing it with meds or professional help, you’re asking for trouble); Have I missed any?And there are always signs, right off the bat — but when a woman is responding to a powerful attraction (“we have such chemistry! ”), there’s a tendency to overlook things that shouldn’t be, and to, shall we say, “enhance” things that are not exactly there. So, how can you tell when a man is available (emotionally and otherwise)?We have a powerful ability to delude ourselves, don’t we? First let’s cover some signs you could pick up on that would tell you a man may not be really available — and please keep in mind that this is in no way absolute.All of a sudden, it takes them 6 hours to return a text message. We try to make plans, but they can only seem to carve out time when it's convenient for them.When we attempt to have the "defining the relationship" talk, they start saying things like "I'm not sure I'm ready for a relationship." We've all been there, trying to move forward in a relationship with someone who is emotionally unavailable.I’ve started to notice the warning signs and steer my direction far away from them in recent years, but if there’s anything I’ve taken away from dating men who couldn’t give me the love and respect I deserved in return, it’s how to put myself first.A new relationship is an awful lot like a new presidency.• Is a part of your life not working, and you’re hoping that you’ll attract a man who will ride into your life and take care of you?(Note: that’s very unlikely to happen, unless you’re okay with being with a controlling man — who, if he’s like that, is probably not very confident…again, possibly a match for your lack of confidence?