tisdag 15 september 2015

How to make him desire you.

Today I owe you an apology... because it turns out I was WRONG about something 
incredibly important.

See, here is the number one question I get from women:

“Does he really love ME? And even if he says he does, how can I know for sure?”

This is a great question.

I mean, even if loves you NOW...

...what guarantee do you have that he won’t lose interest in the future?

Men changing their minds and losing interest is crazy common.

And I USED to think that this meant he simply wasn’t the right guy...

Or that he simply didn’t deserve you.

But now, I EMBARRASSINGLY admit …

I was WRONG.

I recently stumbled upon a scientifically proven method called ‘emotional flooding’ that 
allows you to ‘flood’ his mind with the strong, almost COMPULSIVE feelings of attraction 
and desire...


Literally ‘on command’.

It’s like an invisible switch for mind control.

In fact, when you apply this method the right way … you can keep him completely in love,
attracted, and committed heart and soul to YOU for as long as you want him.

Evil?

Maybe...

But when you do it right, you’re going to see even the most bored, disconnected man 
suddenly becoming so intensely obsessed with you that he can’t stop himself from 
coming closer and closer.

You’re going to see even the biggest player brutally ignoring the prettiest women in the room, 
just to talk to YOU.

Don't Chest

In fact, you can even use it on your ex, to have him beg and plead to come crawling back for 
another chance.

It really is that powerful.

But, there is a catch...

This method really pisses men off...

Because it puts YOU back in the driver’s seat.

But if you do it right, you get the power to make him want you... crave you... and even
fantasize about making you his forever, like a love-addled teenager with a crush.

Go check out this cartoon I put together that shows you the scientifically proven method to
make him feel such an intensity of pure desire and love for you that he just wants to be near
you all the time:


Love,

PS: It doesn’t matter whether you’ve barely started dating, or whether you’ve been married for
40 years...

You deserve to know this freaky-sounding but INCREDIBLY powerful ‘mind control’ method that
makes him desperate to ignore other women in your favor and flood you with the love, affection,
and devotion you deserve...

Not just for a day...

Not just for a year...

But FOREVER.


fredag 11 september 2015

Retiring as a Single Woman

Retiring as a Single Woman
by Lee Johnson

Retiring single is much less daunting than in prior generations. Part of the reason is that it's now socially acceptable. Women desire independence, but don't want to be disconnected from people. This is actually easy to achieve when your social network of friends and family is well developed and local.

I believe that it's not only culturally acceptable to retire single, but it can be more rewarding. Single women often have a much broader social network than married women. A recently divorced woman in her 50s told me that her husband was so unfriendly to her friends, they stopped visiting. Her network gradually disappeared and stayed that way for many years. After her divorce, her social recovery involved many more friends and has social engagements any night of the week if she wants. She is more socially connected now than when married.


When a man is not in your life, you're freer to do what you enjoy and what benefits you the most. Some of you may think that means doing more things alone. But, there is nothing wrong with doing things alone while you always have your social network to fall back on. So, part of retiring alone is that you must be the first one to accept and want it. If this is a calculated decision based on proper planning, you'll feel more confident and energized to embrace it.

The chances are that as your network develops, you will be doing less and less alone. Our goal is to always stay connected to the friends and family of our choice. A boyfriend can be part of this network, since being single only means you are not married or cohabiting. I'm not suggesting celibacy unless that is your conscience decision. I'm suggesting an independent life that you control and decide when to bond or not bond with the opposite gender. There is no pressure to preform or follow the expectations of others unless you choose to do so. You may need to explain your position to a boyfriend and request his acceptance of such.

Retiring as a Single Woman

Single women I know that are successful at networking, claim they are happy not dating and don't feel they miss anything. So, I can personally verify that happy and successful adjustments can be made. That being said, being single is not for everyone. Whether you are an introvert(internally focused) or extrovert may matter. Since these types may be genetic and hard wired into your brain, you might want to see where you fit. Most of us know which type we are. If you are an introvert, you enjoy spending time alone and tend not to miss people. So, this lifestyle may be more suitable for the introvert who enjoys more solitude.

If you are thinking about taking the single path in retirement, look into you past first. How happy are you on your own? Do you tend to get lonely when not around people? Does a lot of social contact exhaust you? It's just about understand your social needs. If you have a history of doing well with solitude and don't crave social contact, this might be for you. If so, the better developed your retirement plan is, the more enjoyment you'll get out of it.

In conclusion, retiring single is now an acceptable and viable option for women. A well developed social network provides the mental stimulation and emotional support needed. Having a boyfriend is just part of the network. Being introverted makes this lifestyle easier to adapt to. Women I know who make this adjustment, feel they have a happy and complete life.

I've always felt that the best retirement is based on your personality type. What society or past generation did has nothing to do with you because they don't have your character. So, embracing independence in retirement is a personal decision based on prior success with independent living. L. Johnson

More: http://www.creativeretirementforwomen.com

More Information:

A NEW BOOK FOR THE INTELLIGENT WOMAN PLANNING A SUCCESSFUL RETIREMENT http://www.amazon.com/Creative-Retirement-Women-solution-couples/dp/1500705926/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1430164865&sr=8-1&keywords=creative+retirement+for+women

http://www.creativeretirementforwomen.com

Source: http://www.PopularArticles.com/article468500.html

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