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Monday, May 25, 2015
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Monday, May 18, 2015
There’s a saying, “When a man shows you who he really is, believe him.” This reminds me of a court case I recently saw on TV. The woman was engaged to her significant other, and they had been together for nine years, but he made it very clear that being faithful to her was not in the cards, even though he professed his love for her, and she in turn loved him.
For one reason or another, many women get involved and become engaged to men knowing what their true intentions are: making every woman happy and one woman miserable, and that discontented woman will end up being you. For some men, being faithful to one woman is not one of their strong suits, but women will still marry them because they love these guys, unconditionally, and don’t want to end up being alone.
But in reality, you are alone. To think that being engaged to a man and loving him while he is attempting to bed every women on earth, says he will never respect you, because in his mind, you are nothing more than a vessel for him to use at will. And as long you continue to remain with this man, you are allowing him to disrespect you and put your health at risk. And don’t think for one second that after the marriage he will change. This is not likely to happen unless there is some divine intervention.
Loving yourself plays a great role when it comes to loving someone else. If you have a low-opinion of yourself, you will most likely attract a man who does not value himself. So, it stands to reason, if he does not revere himself, he will never show admiration for you or any of the women he meets throughout his life.
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Taken By a Trillionaire
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Monday, May 11, 2015
Short stories that are between 15k-40k words. Novels that are between 50k-100k words.
They will give priority to stories of the following romantic fiction or erotica genres:
Contemporary, especially stories with a modern, strong lead female character
Sunday, May 10, 2015
The company, which hosted our dating site, abruptly, closed its site without notifying us.
We discovered there was a problem when trying to log on to the site. At first, the site indicated that is was down for maintenance, but when we tried a couple of days later, the site was still not up.
May 7, 2015 we sent an email inquiring about this and
the email came back as undeliverable.
Fortunately, we found another dating platform for our dating site, which offers more benefits such as traditional, niche and international networks with members from around the world.
Our address is the same: http://www.oneworldsingles.com and our number one priority is to continue to bring you a great experience whether your wishes are to meet someone for dating, romance, networking, activities or marriage.
Please accept our apologies for any inconveniences that have resulted from this unfortunate situation.
The site should be up in 24-48 hours.
One Word Singles Staff
Monday, May 04, 2015
Today’s economic environment has made some singles questioning whether they can continue to live on their own. With mounting credit card debt, swelling student loans, soaring rental fees, and the prospects of not finding a decent paying job, many singles are opting to move back home with their parents or move in with other family members. In many cases, three generations may be living in the same household.
You are a parent who has finally gotten over the empty nest syndrome and is accustomed to your way of living. All of a sudden, your son or daughter wants to move back home because of financial difficulties. If you agree to have your adult child move in with you, it is extremely important to establish some non-negotiable ground rules.
If it means drawing up a written contract and having the individual sign that document, then do it. In the end, this will save you a lot of heartaches and misunderstandings. Remember this is your home, and you have every right to establish rules as to how an individual should respect you and your home. If they cannot abide by those policies, then they can find somewhere else to live.
Unless you have made long-range plans with your son or daughter, make it clear that the person is a guest in your home, and that his or her stay is short-term. Give him or her a specific date when they will have to leave. If you want them to pay rent, or room and board, but their funds will not allow it, have the person contribute in other ways.
He or she can do their own laundry, prepare the meals, or do the housework. If the person has their own bedroom, then that individual should keep his or her room neat and clean and make up their own bed, and not you, the owner of the premises. If a person has certain home improvement skills, he or she can apply those tasks to help perk up your home.
If you do not allow smoking or drinking in your home, enforce those policies. If partying on the weekends, engaging in recreational drugs, inviting strangers for an overnight stay or coming in all hours of the night are unacceptable, say so.
If you do not allow dogs or cats in your home, do not assume the person will not have other species from the animal kingdom as pets. You may end up with a bird, lizard or hamster occupying your space.
Be consistent in the management of your home. If a person breaks any of the rules you have set forth, there should be no second chances. This may sound harsh, but remember, this is your home; you pay the mortgage or the primary rent; so, enforce those principles. If a person has a problem following the guidelines you set forth, then it is time for him or her to find some place else to live.