You might not be completely a Westerner, nor a completely traditional person. But you’re ready to go forward with this stage in your life. This is a opportunity to meet validated leads – people who also want something serious. It cuts short 80% of the time wasted.
“We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals,” wrote 18th century German philosopher Kant. When you meet someone new, its natural to show the best version of yourself. But the truth is, we are all imperfect, in one way or another. Here’s how to use Kant’s advice to see if you two are truly compatible…
You might feel like your list of requirements is too long. Or you’re too old (“It’s too late for me”). These are beliefs we have developed to reinforce a mindset of scarcity, or “not enough”. Not enough matches, not enough compatibility, not enough time. These “invisible scripts” grow as we subconsciously reinforce them, every time we see a real-life example.
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Lots of happy couples have met via the Classifieds Section. It is a proven strategy. But Jitesh’s message received responses primarily from other single men.
His introduction and bio are missing 4 Essential Elements you MUST include in your bio. These are the primarily variables women use to evaluate your potential as a partner, before they’ve even met you.
What makes a relationship last? What makes a business successful? Both questions plagued me for years… As a child, I spent hours writing rhyming love poems, despite growing up in a country where people rarely kissed in public. This passion for poetry morphed from my spiral-bound notebook into years of study into the psychology of […]
The other day, I was out hiking with a French friend I’ve known for years, when she dropped a pretty shocking comment…“I don’t really have any expat friends,” she was saying, as we traipsed through the Foret de Rambouillet in the suburbs of Paris. “What about ME!” I cried aloud. “Pfff, you’re already so integrated. […]
Years ago, a Belgian friend dropped a bomb that left me shocked…