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The One Question You Need to Ask Yourself On Your Date (video)

grabFor the majority of my 50 years, I had bought into the notion that I would know instantly, by the sparks that flew between us,  I had  met “The One”.    In my mind, it was these sparks that determined I had, at long last, met my Soul Mate.

It was the ruler by which I measured whether to pursue dating with a man further.  And yet, each and every time, I ended up with one who was not the right fit.  Where was I going wrong?

Images of romance fostered by fairy tales, novels, movies and TV have created a generation women (and men) who have skewed expectations about relationships. The truth is that the idea of “spark” is an overrated myth. It isn’t necessary for a courtship, nor for the majority of happy, loving, enduring marriages, if it wasn’t ever present at the beginning.

Yes, there are some people who feel an intense, almost instant attraction… “fireworks,” “electricity.” They feel drawn to each other even though they know nothing about each other’s values, personal qualities, expectations, or if their personalities are compatible. It could be that they have a strong “chemical” reaction, or a personal “magnetism” that makes them feel as if they’ve known each other all their lives.

So, if feeling that “magnetism” is not  the determining factor.  What is it?  What question should have I been asking myself all along to be in the mature, healthy, respectful, deep and sexy relationship I was looking for?  Click below to find out.

Now it’s your turn:  Ask yourself the question on your next date.  Did you get a Hell Yes?  Share your findings with us below.  We are dying to find out!

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In love, service and pleasure,

Joelle

 

 

2 Responses to “The One Question You Need to Ask Yourself On Your Date (video)”

  1. Katie says:

    Hi Joelle,

    Another interesting post! Very true that we shouldn’t get into any relationship with a person we don’t trust.

    ” Yet love without trust is impossible, and doubt and trust cannot coexist.” – A Course in Miracles

    Trust is the firm foundation on which a relationship is built.

    Katie

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