You see, you don’t really care about what you should say or what you should do, as long as they get you the results you want: doe-eyes, wet-panty, delicate-touch-of-your-arm, attraction. So if you’re ever going to answer these questions that race through your ming, you have to start by answering the core question first: How do you attract women?
All these questions you’re asking actually have a deeper undercurrent — something that forms the basis of these questions that you have to get to before you can come up with a real answer: How do I attract women?
One of the thing that helps enormously in dealing with involuntary childlessness can be hearing other women’s stories.
These interviews are a chance to eavesdrop on conversations between two women who’d recovered from their childlessness and have moved on in ways that are uniquely meaningful to .
If you walked onto a soccer field and just kicked the ball the same way you did the last time you scored a goal then you’re going to miss 99.999% of the time.
If you’re childless by circumstance, with those circumstances ranging from infertility through to all kinds of situations such as your partner not wanting (more) children, a chronic illness, not being able to find a partner (what is now known as ‘social infertility’), not being able to afford having a baby ‘on your own’ (and not being all that keen about being a solo mother either), thinking you didn’t want children and then realising you did, your relationship breaking down during fertility treatments or perhaps one of at least Or perhaps you’re still hopeful of becoming a mother but the needle on your fertility clock has been in the red for a while and things are looking scarily like you too are going to ‘end up’ as ‘one of those freakish, twisted, bitter women without children’…
(we’re not like that, that’s Snow White and Cruella de Vil you’re thinking of)Read the blogs and articles on subjects close to our heart – from coping with the changing nature of your friendships, dealing with Christmas, the daft ‘advice’ people give us, being lumbered with all the weekend shifts at work, worrying about getting old without children and dealing with &*%ing baby showers, etc.
I routinely blow wads of cash on books, tapes, CD’s, courses, and high priced events.
I’m what you might call a “seminar junkie”—if there’s an event that deals with psychology or human behavior in any way, shape or form, I’m there.