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Assuming you’ve already tried week #1 of Dating Yourself, a method I’ve come up with to boost self confidence in a world where dates are far and few between.  Dating yourself means looking inwardly to satisfy a deeper lust, want, need within ourselves that a man/woman cannot fulfill even if they tried.  We need to make ourselves happy first before we even fathom being happy with anyone else. 

And so week #2 begins…

Week #2 goes a bit deeper than week #1.

Find a comfortable place to either sit, lay down, stand (whatever floats your boat), and just relax.  Take a couple of deep breathes, close your eyes, and RELAX. Don’t try to calm your mind or anything, because you are not meditating. In fact, for this exercise we need your mind to work. Just let your mind go and see where it takes you. Let the synapses fly. Think about you and only you. Don’t think about how others view you, how people think of you.  Think about all the amazing things that make you, you! Think only about the positive.  If you have really great hair, think about that! Great legs? (God bless you!) Think about that!  

And when you are doing this, you will find that at the end of this exercise, you will have a smile across your face and an enormous boost of confidence.  The funny part is, it all came from YOU. You lifted your own spirits, and boosted your own self confidence. And what’s more sexier than confidence?  

This is something women wait around for men to do for us.  Instead of waiting for the proverbial clueless man to even remotely understand women, do it yourself! You’re a woman! And you understand yourself! (I hope, some of us are trying to figure this one out) Don’t leave this one up to a man.  Make yourself feel better, and when you feel better, you exude confidence. You will have confidence coming out of your ears! People will have no choice but to look twice at you! 

And the amazing thing is, no one else did that for you. It was all you baby!



“The most important thing is to enjoy your life—to be happy—it’s all that matters.” 
― Audrey Hepburn

(Borrowed from goodreads.com)