by Deb Garraway
May 21, 2010

How To Attract Men In A New Way

There IS a better way to attract him

One thing I’ve noticed in advertising, on billboards, in magazines and other print media,

is that you rarely see an image of a woman choosing a man or deciding if he’s right for her. After viewing literally hundreds of online photos of women interacting with men, I confirmed my opinion. Women are most often depicted as flirtatious, seductive, angry, condescending, stuck up, jealous, or aggressive with men. It seems we’re portrayed in two extremes: either sexy or bitchy. These depictions stir up my thoughts about women’s historically limited perspectives on how to attract men. (more…)

by Deb Garraway
May 17, 2010

How To Find My Soulmate

Hey, I just finished reading The Soulmate Secret, an exceptional book by Arielle Ford, and felt it was worth recommending. Ford shares lessons and techniques she used in finding her soulmate who’s now her husband of 12 years. One of her premises is that you must prepare her body, mind, spirit, and home to attract your perfect life partner. Her book is laced with humor and other success stories, and she asserts that you must balance faith with action and make space for love to find you.

In her search for her soulmate, she candidly admits that there were three reasons he hadn’t appeared and she was blocking herself from love:

1. she didn’t believe she deserved a great relationship
2. she didn’t love herself
3. she had a lot of emotional baggage

by Deb Garraway
May 12, 2010

I Can Get A Man But I Can’t Say No

We women often have hard time saying what we feel and what we want, but even worse, we struggle with saying what we don’t want.

My clients often ask me, “Why is it I can get a man’s attention, but when I realize there’s no chemistry or connection, I just can’t say no thanks?” These women find it uncomfortable to tell a man that he’s not her type and she doesn’t want to go out with him again. So, often she’ll avoid phone calls and ignore emails or make excuses about being busy or having gotten back together with her old boyfriend.

Women are naturally empathetic, and we tend not to want to say something that we wouldn’t want said to us.

Men will usually just not call and will come up with things like: I’ve been really busy at work, or I’ve got a lot on my mind and will leave it at that. Wouldn’t it make more sense just to say the truth politely?

by Deb Garraway
May 8, 2010

How To Get A Man Without Drama

For women wanting dating advice, I want to recommend checking out Paige Parker is right on in her guidance about how to get a man without all the drama. In fact, she asserts that you can’t get a man and a fulfilling relationship WITH drama.

I signed up for her newsletter a couple of months ago and also listened to a CD in which Parker interviews five men about their perspectives on women and why men do some of the things they do. (more…)

by Deb Garraway
May 3, 2010

How to Attract Men, Or Is It Help Men to Attract You?

It bothers me whenever I hear or read something that tells women how to attract men.

It always gives the impression that women have to work at attracting men by making themselves more beautiful, alluring, or challenging with snappy repartee, false self-confidence, and ways of behaving that are not authentic. I’m one who continually works on self-improvement, but it has to be natural and true to me. (more…)