|Posted by Dr. Carol Francis on November 7, 2011 at 2:55 AM||comments (4)|
Can we possibly believe that being ingenuine, superficial, plastic-surgeoned or dolled-up is going to give us the love, friendship and warmth for which we long? Susan Boyle reminds us that we are imperfect yet when we express our truest talents with our most genuine heart, we can change a world, including our own. She longs for a deep, special partner, a man who will tend to her with warmth and kindness. She expresses the wish of all women, as well as men. Now, do we dare be as real and full of life yet imperfect as we discover, create and maintain our truest relationships.
|Posted by Dr. Carol Francis on October 3, 2010 at 5:35 PM||comments (0)|
The moving experience of seeing soldiers re-uniting with their children and spouses is amazing and drives home the point that in relationships, carpe diem. Seize the day and make the most of your moments with your loved-ones. Treat them as if this is your last day with them--respect, honor, cheer and helpfulness. I hope you are getting and receiving that love you are wanting.
|Posted by Dr. Carol Francis on February 15, 2010 at 2:37 AM||comments (1)|
Wanting a relationship is not the same as creating a relationship. The science of intention, further discussed on IntentionalityTechniques.webs.com, has become quite clear that the absolute definite intention that you will create a life that has relationships in it will create those opportunities which will rather quickly bring individuals who will be available for a relationship with you. Be careful what you wish for? Hmm--no be careful and clear as you become definitely that you want a romantic partner--you want to create a healthy, fulfilling, happy connection. DrCarolFrancis.com DoctorCarolFrancis.com