Get The Guy Today! Free Teleclass With Valarie And Carrie

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Note from Rori: You are absolutely going to want to be on this call today! Valarie and Carrie are AWESOME! And it’s an amazing thing to see what these Rori Raye Certified Coaches can DO for YOU, with their RRRCT training and day-to-day experience coaching tons of women to successful results in love and relationship…you’ll get a whole new point of few, new advice, get your questions answered, and really feel HEARD… Just go to either of their great websites and sign in to get the info to call:

Love, Rori

Get The Guy!!

Two Rori Raye Master Coaches reveal their secrets!


Valarie O’Ryan (Find Fairytale Love In A Modern World)


Carrie Stanfield (The Secret Allure Of The Type B Woman)

Join us Today! Monday October 27th, 2014 at 6 PM (Pacific)


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  1.  #1Helena Hart on October 27, 2014 at 10:20 am

    I love these two ladies!! Looking forward to listening in tonight! 🙂

    Love, Helena

  2.  #2Valarie O'Ryan on October 27, 2014 at 11:17 am

    Thanks, Helena – we’re so excited!! So happy you’re going to be there. 🙂


  3.  #3Sallythatgirl on October 27, 2014 at 11:31 am

    Hi! Will you Lovelies have a recorded copy of this if I can’t make it?

  4.  #4Carrie Stanfield on October 27, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    Hi Sally! Yes, we will both post a recorded copy on our websites. 🙂 Hope you can join us! Love, Carrie xoxo

  5.  #5Indigo on October 28, 2014 at 2:09 am

    What is the appropriate thing to do when you consider yourself pretty sensitive, but you wind up doing something insensitive because your thoughts are full of other things, or you misinterpreted the situation, so you snap at someone unjustifiably, and then instantly regret it?

    I have apologised to the people concerned and told them that I misunderstood the situation, but I still feel very badly about it, like I expected better from myself. It is hard to love these feelings.

  6.  #6Victoria on October 28, 2014 at 2:38 am

    It seems you did all the right thing: apologized to the person offended and you are seeking to forgive yourself and love yourself.
    Also, I kind of envy you for being “pretty sensitive” – I am in fact not very good at being sensitive… I am more often than not unintentionally rude to people and I am trying to work on it… Fake it till you make it, or act it until you become that.
    I checked Kara O after your recommendation, and I am feeling quite unsettled now: according to her advice (in one of her videos) I have been systematically castrating the men in my life, and then I complain that they have no balls!
    She sais, do not compate him unfavorably to other men, do not tease him, and do not act like a better man than he is… I have in fact written these down in my phone because I need to remind myself to stay away from such behaviors. RRRRRRRRRRR.

  7.  #7Victoria on October 28, 2014 at 2:41 am

    So, here it comes, do I have to change my clumsy ways, or do I have to love myself real hard for beening rude and insensitive… I feel confused, but also entertained. Like I am in, and outside of myself, and in fact, it makes me smile!

  8.  #8Indigo on October 28, 2014 at 2:54 am


    Thank you. The thing I said today I consider to be pretty insensitive by my standards – I pride myself on being considerate and polite so I felt massively guilty afterwards, but as you say, all you can do is apologise and try to mend your ways. For me it feels physically painful to be the cause of someone else’s hurt, so being sensitive has that side to it as well, though it is a wonderful thing to be and I’m sure it is something you could develop if you wished.

    I know the Kara Oh video you are referring to as it is the one D sent to me, and I found it so interesting as he comes across as a very rugged, masculine, tough kind of man, and yet he said he could relate to what she said completely. So man are a lot more tender hearted underneath it all than they would ever admit. They are very vulnerable to a woman making them feel less of a man, and very sensitive to our criticism. In fact I’ve found her videos to be incredibly helpful and would love other women to watch them, because they sort of open up the world of a man’s feelings for us. I find what she says jibes so beautifully with what Rori talks about with being feminine and alluring and soft.

  9.  #9Liquid Light on October 31, 2014 at 6:15 pm

    Wow, this was really good. Just listened to the recording. Great job, ladies, loved what you had to say! It brings RR alive!