In Love Smart: Find the One You Want -- Fix the One You Got, bestselling author Dr. Phil tells people who are dissatisfied with their love lives to stop making. In Love Smart: Find the One You Want - Fix the One You Got, Dr. Phil tells people who are dissatisfied with their love lives to stop making excuses (All the good. Dr. Phil McGraw, perhaps the most well-known mental health professional in the world, is the Love Smart: Find the One You Want--Fix the One You Got ePub.
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And if you find someone to love the you you love, well, that's just fabulous. CA R R I E B R A D S H AW, S E X A N D T H E C I T Y. If you're like the thousands of . Love Smart: Find the One You Want--Fix the One You Got [Phil McGraw] on He is the host of the nationally syndicated, daily one-hour series Dr. Phil. One of. Love Smart by Phil McGraw - In Love Smart: Find the One You Want -- Fix the One You Got, bestselling author Dr. Phil tells people who are dissatisfied with their.
Phil presents listeners with a quintessential guide to improving relationships and finding love. Once you acquire the skills and abilities necessary to play the dating game and play it powerfully, results are going to come. You cannot fake fabulous. McGraw, Phillip C. Great Partner Search True Love is the only heart disease that is best left to run on —the only affection of the heart for which there is no help, and none desired. What makes it even worse is that I believe with great certainty that this special someone does exist.
Learn how to negotiate the relationship you desire and then close the deal. Get out of your relationship rut. The daily grind, money problems, work, etc. Phil shows you how to assess the state of your union and take your relationship to a deeper level.
There are no exceptions: There is somebody for everybody, and everybody deserves a relationship filled with love and excitement.
Love Smart: Find the One You Want -- Fix the One You Got offers you the plan to find not just any relationship but the committed, loving, joy-filled relationship you've been waiting for. Contact Dr. Phil at www. People—you, me, all of us—are pretty much social animals.
You can put a small number of people in a large space, and in a short time they will cluster, seeking to see, hear and touch one another. On the day-to-day level, we, as human beings, tend to pair off seeking more than to just hang out with random bipeds.
We seem to need to fall in love, be in love and share love. But have you ever noticed that the smarter and more sophisticated we become, the harder we seem to make those parts of our life that should be the easiest? As a result, they just sit around watching the drapes fade. As a few excerpts from your e-mails and letters show, at least most of you are keeping a sense of humor:.
In all honesty, at this point in my life, being desperate seems like the good old days. I need someone to pull me out of the lonely waters and perform CPR. My last blind date picked me up at my high-rise.
We walked out to where a number of cars were parked at the curb. He opened the car door, put me in and walked around the back of the car, got into his car and left!
I will hunt him down if it takes the rest of my life! The last date I had was with a computer guy who spent hours telling me why Windows ruled!
By the time he was done, I was just looking for one to jump out of. The last time I had a second date, I think that he actually called me by mistake and was too embarrassed to admit it! He ate dinner like he was in an eating contest, rushed out like he was double-parked and I was back home before my dog even knew I was gone.
What am I doing wrong? I need to find someone fast before I become one of those women who dresses up her pets and calls them her children. I am too young to be the Crazy cat woman that scares the neighborhood kids. Please help before it is too late for me and my cats! I quit! This one accountant at work is built like a footstool and smells like peanut butter, but she came in Monday with an engagement ring the size of a grape! I, on the other hand, sorted coupons all weekend!
Something is out of whack. What makes it even worse is that I believe with great certainty that this special someone does exist. He is out there. You may have already met him.
You have to be willing to change what you are doing. I am about to let you in on some secrets and strategies, assuming that you have decided that you want to find the right man for you. I do not now believe, nor have I ever believed, that any woman has to be married or have a man in her life in order to be whole, complete or vitally alive.
Having a man in your life is something that can be good, if you find the right one. But this is not something that you need or must have. Getting married is not something you must do.
Assuming that finding the right man is what you want, the task of creating a strong and rewarding relationship in this fast-paced day and time in our highly transient society—with its high divorce rate—may sound intimidating or even overwhelming. How exciting, how much fun is it to know that each and every day could be the day when you meet the person of your dreams, the person with whom you will spend the rest of your life?
You never know if the next business meeting you have, the next customer you serve or the next corner you turn will put you in front of that very person! Especially if all of a sudden you are no longer stumbling along aimlessly, but instead have the skills, abilities, plans and strategies to make it happen! You are about to master the art of relating. You are about to get your relationship black belt. Then you are going to look back at what you used to do and just shake your head. Let me start us off by telling you two things that I know for absolute, drop-dead certain.
What is wrong is not you. I repeat, the problem is not you. You are not a bad person.
You are not failing to get a wonderfully rewarding relationship because you are not worthy of it. In fact, I believe, to the absolute core of my soul, that you are about to discover a huge secret, in fact, I believe it is the best-kept secret in your life: This secret is not only being hidden from the people you see every day, bond with or dream of marrying, it is being kept from you.
The second thing I know for absolute, drop-dead certain is that you are not thinking right or playing the game well; otherwise you would have what you want. And yes, it is a game. Somehow or another, people have decided that looking for love is some hugely serious process that must be approached with reverence and decorum.
I agree that selecting a life partner and making the decision to walk the aisle is a decision of gravity and deserves the utmost in contemplation, prayer and consideration.
But, the process that gets you there is a game and a game that has to be played loose and fun if you want to win. Saying that dating and relating is, at least in the beginning, a game does not mean that it is trivial or frivolous. Think about it, the problem has to be something besides you. I know that there are also women out there that you just love to hate, because they seem to have it all going on.
You stand in your bathroom looking in the mirror and saying, Look at my hair! Look at my hips! My eyes are too far apart! This is the genetic betrayal that is my legacy! I am destined to die alone! Well, snap out of it! She may very well be home starving, or puking up the dinner she just pigged out on, looking in the mirror and saying the very same things you say or worse. She needs to spend a little more time at the buffet.
We are going to identify, describe and embrace the Character of You in Chapter 3—and that character is going to be the star in your life. We are going to identify your leading man in Chapter 2, The Character of Him.
You have to know you from the inside out, you have to recognize who you are and you have to commit to a defined product of how you will present yourself in the social arena. No more trying to be all things to all people.
No more trying to guess what some man wants and struggling to morph yourself into it. You are going to be the best you can be, rather than somebody you are not, and I promise you that will be more than enough to create the love you want. You are going to have to discover those parts of yourself that any man would want.
It should be obvious if you are sabotaging yourself.
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