After you’ve contemplated the specific qualities that are important to you in a partner, write your list out in ink on a beautiful sheet of stationary.
As you write each word, imagine that you are living with your soulmate right now, giving thanks for their presence in your life.
I knew I wanted kindness, benevolence and above all a gentle quality. Not quite a teacher, but he or she can help you to achieve your goals and manifest new interests in your life. I asked her for someone with a high EQ, Emotional Quotient, and she told me to visualize what I wanted twice a day in my meditations.
Read these for ideas, but write down only the qualities and traits that are really important to you.
As a parent you have a limited number of years with your children; there are days that are much longer than others, but after eighteen years you are done.
I made a commitment to spend the years that I had with my children focusing on them.
Single Moms Archives By Krisi Davis The other day I typed Christian Single Parent into an on-line search engine and was surprised when more dating websites came up than parenting sites!
The obvious message, two is better than one came across loud and clear. My husband was unfaithful numerous times and relapsed into a cocaine addiction; counseling failed and we divorced in order that I would be able to provide a safe and nurturing environment for our children.