Today we have another heart felt blog from my favorite intern and coach in training Daniel Larabie! Without anymore fanfare here is how Dan feels about Excuses and how it affects love and dating. Thanks David for letting me post another blog that really resonates with me. I hope all of enjoy this one as [...]
I am off to NYC this weekend for my Art Of Communication Seminar and I was thinking.
You know what my favorite part of a relationship is? The part of the relationship where you have to prove that you love the other person. Prove that you love me. If you love me, you will do this for me. People are nuts when they do that crap.
Have you ever been involved in a relationship where it just went the other direction, and you always think about what it was like the first three months or the first six months?
It seems like in the first three to six months of a relationship, you actually do things for the other person. You make nights special. You light candles for each other. You make sure nights are romantic. You make love for hours instead of minutes.
Here’s something that is interesting about falling in love. Falling in love is really peeling a layer from yourself every single day and giving it to another person. There is one thing about falling in love, however, about which most people don’t talk. While falling in love with someone is incredible, you should always be falling in love with two people. The other person with whom you should be falling in love is…
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