I couldn’t figure out how to eliminate the ad – but wanted it to show up here on the page….
I couldn’t figure out how to eliminate the ad – but wanted it to show up here on the page….
I thought it would be interesting to completely ignore Valentine’s Day on this blog about Love! I got SO many emails about today from so many relationship writers (including mine…) – I just wanted to let it sit there and wind down, and see what you all made of the day for yourselves…
You are all so inspirational, and I feel so grateful for your willingness to tell your stories about your childhoods – and I’m just mouth-open, heart-open reading all the comments over the last two days.
So – now that the day’s come and gone, here’s my favorite Valentine’s Day post, and let’s do it together – I’ll love me and you love you, and we’ll not have expectations or ideas about the MEANING of this “occasion.” No man enters into this. It’s just between me and me and you and you, and let’s see how that works!
Okay – Valentine’s Day can thrill us or torture us. We can pretend we don’t care, or we can go into a funk, or we can enjoy what we have if we’re in a relationship or have a good date, or we can make Valentine’s Day a day of love for US.
We can make it a spa day or a manicure day, or a lunch with ourselves day, or a lunch or movie with our girlfriend’s day, or a sit home with a More…
Here’s a great letter about men, money, and commitment:
“Hi Rori, I am in a difficult situation and hoping you could help on it. I have been in a relationship with a man for 2.5 years. Initially I intended it to be one of my circular dating people. But he told me he was serious about me and proposed a year ago. Since then we have been getting very close and have made the relationship really good.
In day to day life I have very little issues with him, do love him and feel that I have worked very hard and he has given as much as he can to the relationship. We hardly have any fights, and get on very well and spend a lot if time together.
The problem now is that he is not in a financial position to be married, and I agree with him on that. He says he doesn’t know when he will be financially ready to be married, but says he loves me, and comments about spending his life with me. Recently, a colleague of mine asked me out and I thought he meant it as going out as friends.
This man is very important and also a nice man. I have known him for 4 years on and off but never been friends or anything else with him. The problem is since I went to a party with him( with many more colleagues there), he seems to think I am now going out with him and keeps texting me. His texts come More…
OMG – This is so great!
Just wanted you to know – we’ll be upgrading the blog tonight, Sunday at 8pm PDT…
…and (though I hope you won’t notice a thing) there may be some times from 8 to midnight when your comments won’t go through.
If that happens, please try again – and after the migration is done at midnight, the blog’ll move much faster for us!
Instead of turning into a pumpkin at midnight – we’ll turn into something way more streamlined…
Hi, This is Rori -
Men are pretty much exactly as they always were.
Men still want to feel like men and act like men in the most old-fashioned way.
And girls – all girls, are man magnets.
Girls don’t have to do ANYTHING because Girls are man MAGNETS!
YOU are a man magnet – and so…YOU don’t have to DO anything!
To get personalized help with “doing nothing” and yet getting the results in love you want – the way my private clients do – take a look at my “Love Forever” Teleclass Membership Program (there’s a video on the page that’s not on youtube..) –>>
((Once you’re in the Love Forever Membership, you’ll have access to ALL the recordings forever (it’ll be a full 9 hours after the 4th…))
Until I see you at “Love Forever” – try this Tool:
(It’ll give you something to DO that’s about NOT doing ANYTHING!)
1. Picture yourself as a Magnet for men. See yourself that way from the outside.
2. Picture men running toward you from everywhere, pushing and shoving each other aside to get to you…
3. Now go INSIDE your picture and IMAGINE yourself DRAWING in men from everywhere – like a magnet you hold on the beach draws in thousands of little pieces of iron from the sand.
4. Now imagine that all you have to do is SMILE, and men will drop from the skies, fly at you from everywhere, and STICK to you like glue.
5. The next step is to simply EXPERIENCE how it FEELS to be a magnet (If you’re doing it full-out, it might feel uncomfortable and downright scary…)
***I want you to do this small baby-step 24/7 – wherever you are, however you feel.
KNOW that you already ARE a magnet -just because you’re a girl! (It doesn’t matter what age you think you are – you’re a girl, and you don’t have to do anything but BE what you already are!)
For more help and new Tools I use only with my clients – take a look at my “Love Forever” Membership Program (It’s a one-time membership payment that’s currently 7 1/2 hours of me teaching you directly on audio – and includes new 90 minute telelcasses with NO extra payments!):
Here’s an amazing comment from LoveAlways, and Daria made sure I saw it (thank you, Daria) so I could make sure everyone saw it and feels hopeful just reading it:
Happy holiday weekend Sirens!
My weekly time to myself and to spam the blog with my feelings
I had an epiphany today – I looked in the mirror and my body has changed. I looked deep inside and I’ve changed there too – my energy has shifted into something unexpected.
I was an emotional wreak when I bought a bunch of Rori’s products all within one month’s time – I was obsessive!
I was looking to get back together with CDex and learn how to have better relationships with men so he and I could get married. I wanted to hire Rori as a coach, but she suggested on her web site starting with her ebook, then her programs.
Instead of getting him back and on my way to married, after 7 months of continuously listening to the programs, taking notes in the workbooks and More…
This is a guest post by Ali Binazir MD – of http://taoofdating.com/ and I asked him if I could reprint it…because I liked it. It’s especially for you if you’re in your twenties – and I think it’s illuminating for all of us about how we “go cold” on a good man because subconsciously, and by habit, we’re deeply afraid to open up and trust love to happen:
One of the most gratifying and distressing aspects of my job is being on the receiving end of the unsolicited confessions of you, my readers. Gratifying, because it means you want to share juicily incriminating stories with me. Distressing, because they confirm some of my worst suspicions about human behavior.
One of those suspicions that has been confirmed far too many times for me to ignore is that, when it comes to dating, women in their twenties are exceptionally good at self-sabotage. I cannot tell you the dozens upon hundreds of times a thirtysomething woman has cast her eyes to More…
Here’s a guest post from my best friend, Virginia Clark of http://www.itsnevertoolatetomarry.com
by Virginia Clark
Are you frustrated looking for love?
Choosing your life partner is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make.
When you find the man who’ll be beside you every day, it impacts every aspect of your life.
So, when I see women who approach finding their “soulmate” with so little concern about it’s true importance, I feel overwhelming frustration.
They meet and date perfectly good men, men who want to be in a committed relationship; but then they treat these men as if they were nothing special, as if there were plenty more where they came from.
They make the same mistakes with men over and over again, get the same results, and are in complete denial about More…
You know I love Allana Pratt – I’ve known her for a very long time (she was one of my first Monthly Interviews With Relationship Experts, and I’ve watched her become one of the most popular and amazing coaches, relationship writers, and intimacy experts in the entire world…Allana’s the Intimacy & Relationship Expert who coached Leeza through Dancing with the Stars, who’s interviewed Whoopi Goldberg, who’s known as the Sexy Mom…
I have a general “no interview policy” just because I couldn’t possibly handle all the requests from other relationship experts – and I made an exception for her.
So, if you’d like to hear it, and some of Allana’s great “Intimate Conversations” with other relationship experts – take a look here – OH – Be SURE to sign up for her mailing list if you haven’t already – her newsletters are among my very favorites – I ALWAYS read them the instant I see them in my inbox…!
She’ll be interviewing me on March 29th, 2012 at 4pm Pacific for her upcoming “Intimate Conversations” call series.
You can register for free here:
Her series has amazing folks from all walks of life – many of whom you know, have heard of, and would be extremely interested in – and they’ll be “Getting Intimate” with Allana, too.
I love Allana as a person, as a mother, as a woman – I love the way she coaches and I just love the way she runs her life.
I especially love the completely open book she is – how transparent she is in her letters, how, as a coach, she doesn’t try to create a “persona” of being an “expert” who’s “beyond” anyone else – she really lets it all out. You’ll be able to identify with her, because she’s totally heartfelt and lets herself be seen.
On top of that, she’s funny.
I always feel better after connecting with Allana.
You can sign up now for the entire “Intimate Conversations” call series for free…and once you do, you’ll have access to the Free download of my call and ALL Allana’s Intimate Conversation shows dating back to May 2011.
My interview goes live today, March 29th, 2012 at 4pm PST, and you can get access to it anytime after that, too…
(This is not any kind of affiliate link – just wanted you to know. You’ve probably noticed I don’t do any affiliate marketing anywhere in my business or on the blog…I just love Allana…)