Monday, January 12, 2015

HOW TO MEET PRINCE CHARMING : A SHALLOW SISTER'S DATING WORKSHOP


HOW TO MEET PRINCE CHARMING : A SHALLOW SISTER’S DATING WORKSHOP

TAKE STOCK.
Take an inventory of why you have, so far failed to find your Prince Charming? Change what needs changing. If you are negative, become positive. If you need to spend more time grooming yourself, do that. If you are afflicted with an unbending character, a controlling one, a nagging one, a jealous one – for God’s sake change that. By this I don’t mean control it or pretend it. I mean CHANGE IT.

ACCEPT YOURSELF
This also means love yourself. Nothing is more attractive than someone who loves herself. (Do I need to dissect that and say ‘big-headed’ is pretending to love yourself?) Find humour in your faults and embrace them. Be yourself with Prince Charming. He should fall in love with you and not the fa├žade of who you are. (Do I need to pull you back to para. 1 on this – change what needs changing).

LOOK BACK AT HISTORY
Have you previously fallen for:  controlling men, cheaters, big-heads, bullies? Don’t relive history thinking you can rewrite it. Remember those early signs with unsuitable men? Take immediate heed and run. Be open to men you haven’t before naturally allowed into your space. Give everyone a chance. Give every flirtation a possibility.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
When you have decided the kind of person you want then you have to be in the right place to meet him. If you spend time in bars then you will find someone who also spends time in bars (how’s that worked out for you so far?) If you want someone who is a patron of the arts, then you are not going to find him in a club popping a pill and smacking your arse as he passes by. If you want someone who can read a menu in French, then you are not going to find him in the queue at McDonalds.

ONCE YOU HAVE FOUND PRINCE CHARMING?
Ensure you read and adhere to all Shallow Sister’s workshops for a happily ever after. 

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