Have you ever been in a failed relationship and decided that you will never give your all to anyone ever again? Have the sun gone down on your wrath forever? Or are you in a troubling relationship, and every second of the day you are wondering why your man doesn’t acknowledge you like he used to? You see—men are unpredictable creatures. Many of them lose interest in their love interest—when that love interest doesn’t look interesting enough to them anymore.
The thought of that happening to you scares you to the core doesn’t it? So, now you might be thinking—does my man find me interesting? To answer this intriguing question—causes you to start spending more time, more than what you would normally spend in front of a mirror. But what exactly is it that you are looking for? Clues? Yes, clues that will explain why it’s your fault why your man isn’t giving you the time of day or the love at night.
Then all of a sudden, your mind begins to play tricks on you. The mirror reveals that you’re not pretty and the excess weight that you are carrying around your waist might be the reason why your man isn’t interested in you anymore. The truth hurts doesn’t it? But wait, there’s another illusion appearing inside your mind, maybe there’s another woman. Ah ha—yes! That’s it! It’s another woman. You cover your mouth. The fear of losing your man causes you withdrawal into a dark and gloomy place, filled with past hurts and resentment. But you’ve been there before; many times—it’s the place where you go when all seem lost.
When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you, and it seems as though you could not hang on a minute longer—never give up then, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.” — Harriet Beecher Stowe
There are many single, married and engaged women out there—women who are having relationship problems, and those who are looking for a man but they just don’t know how to obtain Mr. Right. Well, ladies, look no further—Single Man Married Man (SMMM), a guidebook that explores the psyche of single, married and divorce men about their views on the state of men and women relationships—will be available Oct. 2014, and the genuine advices written within SMMM, will either aid you in obtaining the man of your dreams or help you better the relationship that you already have in place.
Much love, and in conclusion—I want to end this magnificent article with Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, “That’s All Folks!” Thanks again for your continuous support, and two things to remember—support Single Man Married Man when it comes out in October, and always remember that—no matter what—(P) Positive (E) Energy (A) Always (C) Creates (E) Elevation (PEACE).