"Men are supposed to be the hunters" is what a lot of people will say. According to these people it is your job as a man to initiate the pursuit of a woman, and to put in maximum effort to show her you want her. To some extent I completely understand that perception, but it can reach a point where it becomes flawed.
We’ve all heard the expression, “you never get a second chance to make a great first impression.” This statement couldn’t be truer than when it comes to first dates. First dates are an opportunity for both parties to see if they have anything in common with the other person, outside of a physical attraction. First dates also serve as a gateway to finding love.
Since many things in life are out of our control, this week I want to focus on the one thing, Napoleon Hill says that is without a doubt, something we have control over, our thoughts. My last blog post talked about becoming a Love Magnet, being able to draw to you the person you desire.
“Your mind is a magnet. You don’t attract what you need or what you want: you attract who you are. And I love who I am!” Carlos Santana Quote A magnet is a person or thing that has a powerful attraction. Something that is able to produce a magnetic field external to itself. Other synonyms for magnet are: lure, draw, and focus.
Self love is a beautiful thing. Too many people are lacking this in their life, and it's one of the reasons why we don't see enough love overall in the world. When you're not happy from within, you are going to project more negativity in your life.
To every father that has embraced their responsibilities, and are in the lives of their children, I applaud you. At a time where many have fallen short in this regard you have taken the path that a true man should take. This should always be acknowledged but there is always room for improvement.
This is part of a sponsored campaign with P&G My Black is Beautiful. All opinions are my own. Men need love and support just like anyone else. To achieve greatness it helps when you have others that believe in you. While striving to become a better man, there are many obstacles that can come in the way.
There are many women of faith have gone in prayer and asked “God where is my Boaz?”. There are many churches that have preached to single women to continue waiting for your Boaz. Yet despite all of your efforts, Boaz has not come, and frustration has taken his place.