Oprah advice on dating

E-mail us at [email protected] place your order by credit card or Paypal today!Reviews: “Amazing,” “Inspiring,” “A shot in the arm!Your Tango's take on Oprah's relationship advice. We understand what O is saying here, but we also get that you may be feeling most energetic in the middle of the afternoon which is when you are both at work. It could also mean that you'll miss a whole bunch of guys who are almost perfect. We want to agree with the boss lady, but we have a feeling that if the guy isn't calling, he's not really interested.Because Oprah is really just Jesus in disguise, when asked a question, she will certainly have the right answer. If you get home and you feel paralyzed from exhaustion, hit the hay. Settle for the guy I care about, or hold out for The One, who may never show up? There is always texting, which guys love to use because it's less confrontational.Anyways, in an attempt to keep up with what’s trending in love, I began reading "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus". To be honest, I was so bored, that after about 2 chapters, I put the book down and never opened it again.I don’t think the so called “rules” from that book are even close to what real life relationships are about.

It’s normal I guess, we are completely different beings and sometimes we don’t understand one another (actually, more like most of the time).

Change comes from within.” Oprah Winfrey– “He is a man; nothing more, nothing less.” Oprah Winfrey– “Never let a man define who you are.” Oprah Winfrey– “Never borrow someone else’s man.

If he cheated with you, he’ll cheat on you.” Oprah Winfrey– “A man will only treat you the way you allow him to treat you.” Oprah Winfrey– “All men are NOT dogs.” Oprah Winfrey– “You should not be the one doing all the bending–compromise is a two-way street.” Oprah Winfrey– “If a relationship ends because the man was not treating you as you deserve then heck no, you can’t ‘be friends.’ A friend wouldn’t mistreat a friend.

Yes, of course men and women are different, but that’s the intriguing part about it, our differences; the fact that we do not think the same, or feel the same for that matter is that magnetic force between us which brings us together. One thing I have never understood about these types of books is the amount of rules we are supposed to learn and follow when we are dating somebody.

Mutual understanding should come from getting to know one another, not by reading a book. Why must we wait 3 hours to reply to a txt message? Even worse, lie about being busy Friday night, and turning down a sexy, romantic dinner, just because we want to “play hard to get” (only to find ourselves home alone, halfway through a bottle of red and feeling sorry for ourselves).


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