Dating - A New Beginning
recently found yourself back in the
dating game, consider this transition as
an opportunity to re-invest in yourself.
It doesn’t matter what did, or didn’t
happen in your last relationship, what
matters now is that you have the
opportunity to correct any shortcomings
that are keeping you from realizing your
full potential. The old adage of “When
the student is ready, the teacher will
appear” is true. When you’ve become the
best you can be your mate will find you.
Consider what would happen if you met
the person of your dreams and you
weren’t ready to make a good impression,
maybe you’ll get a second chance, and
maybe you won’t. So don’t take the
chance, be ready today. In the meantime,
try focusing on these three areas to
ensure you‘re ready to attract your
How full is your soul?
When the sex slows down, the skin starts
to sag and the funds run low, will you
have anything else to offer your spouse?
Having enough faith will enable you to
weather any and all storms. There will
be times when you have to be strong
enough to carry your spouse through
troubles or at least be able to maintain
a level of calm when they are
experiencing a storm. Do you have enough
in your spiritual savings?
How fit is your body?
If you don’t want to look at yourself
naked, why would anyone else? Physical
appearances tell us a lot about the
health (and future health) of our
potential spouse. Being in shape lets
candidates know that you aren’t planning
on spending your golden-years bed
ridden, unable to move and expecting
them to provide care. If you aren’t in
great shape: hire a trainer, buy a
workout DVD or follow a fit friend. Do
whatever it takes to get into the best
shape of your life and stay there;
realizing your dreams is worth any cost.
How sharp is your mind?
The best way to learn is to teach, so
teach your spouse how to replicate your
success. If you give your spouse the
knowledge of how to create their dream
life, you’ve given them the keys to the
kingdom of heaven and they will spend
the rest of their lives thanking you.
The bottom line is that no one or
nothing will ever make you completely
happy. You’re job will disappoint you,
your friends will let you down, your
spouse will one day die, and everything
else of physical nature will expire.
Your mate is in your life to help you
grow towards Love, not to bring you
constant bliss and fulfill your every
desire; only God can do that.
Instead of wishing for someone that will
“complete you”, complete yourself and
become the person you would want to
like building a home, you need to start
with a plan (a vision of what you want
when you are finished), build a strong
foundation (beginning with making
yourself someone you love and are proud
of), put together a framework that is
adaptable to change during the courting
period, and then ensure you never forget
about the little details that make the
house/relationship the place you want to
spend your life in/with.
Daniel Crouch True Balance Health
Personal Trainer & Wellness
Guide and Lindsey Crouch - Life Coach,
Organic Cooking trainer and the wife of