But after several years of practicing he knew there was a bigger purpose for his life.
No matter how much he enjoyed the one on one aspect of his practice and no matter how successful he was there was still a piece of himself that felt like something was missing but he just couldn’t figure out what it was.
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If you’re trying to understand what makes a man commit to a woman (or run from her) doesn’t it make sense to ask a guy who is in a long term committed relationship because he wants and chooses to be? But once they understand how to date smarter they realize the only reason they weren’t successful at dating before is that no one ever taught them to do it right.When I probe a little deeper, I learn that they take on the failure of the date when they did not even like the guys! A date is about two people looking for a fit of attraction, values and lifestyle. The other mindset I’m hearing about is best referred to as “Holding out for Prince Charming.” On the one hand, so many of us hate dating because of feelings of being judged. However, it is instructive to note that the divorce rate amongst arranged marriages is less than those of self-chosen unions. Upon closer examination, however, Judy told me that her friends were genuinely happy and didn’t feel like they had settled in the least.