Are many of these responses filled with a fairly depressing amount of body obsession (to say the least)? In the interest of the truth, I wanted to present them here in all of their unfiltered glory. Making assertions about yourself in your profile demonstrates low emotional intelligence in my opinion. Although when a woman is the first one to initiate conversation, I always get, ' Hi, how was your day? Think of it as overhearing a bunch of secret (and at times very superficial and obnoxious) conversations at a bar. "A first date shouldn't be a fucking marriage interview."2. So if you want lots of responses, pictures demonstrating tits or ass will do more for your response rate than anything else you could possibly do. Describing yourself as attractive, smart or fun is not useful. "Please post more than one crisp clear recent realistic shot of your face and physique so that I know beforehand what you look like so I don't need to be surprised on date night and re-evaluate why I'm there. "Having a page full of perfect head shots looking your best is kind of the female equivalent of me having all shirtless pics on mine. This journey led me to an event with Tony Robbins called “Date With Destiny.” During this six-day journey, the room was filled with love, soul, and beautiful states.
Movies like The Hunger Games show this; when Katniss (feminine at her core) plays the role as the masculine hero and Peta (masculine at his core) has no idea what he’s doing, where he’s going, and can’t take a stand for himself.
When the two find themselves alone in a cave trying to survive, Katniss opens up to show emotions of fear and vulnerability, while Peta takes her into his arms to offer safety.
For all my brothers out there, have you ever felt frustrated when your partner criticizes you? Or even worse, how about when you feel like your partner is trying to control you? And for all the women reading, how do you feel when your partner makes you feel unseen?
Or how about when you feel like you’re not understood by your partner?
As Tony explained the importance of the principles for a passionate, loving, and alive relationship, he asked for volunteers…who often ended up experiencing a powerful intervention in front of 3,000 people.
There were a few interventions with couples in the room that were powerful to watch; through watching, we learned what screws up a relationship and how fast one can flip the switch to passion and love.Though there are exceptions; at the event, there were women who truly thought their core was masculine because they were so successful and goal-oriented.When it came to them experiencing who they are when life is most rich…they had quite the “awakening.” The same went for some men who thought they were predominately feminine because they grew up with women and lacked a father figure, and as soon as they connected to their essence…they felt it like the roar of a lion.Also, if you're going to post pics from 5 years ago, then I'll find some when I had more hair."3. Wait a while before you become an armchair psychologist. Or even worse, how about when you feel unsafe, like you can’t trust your partner?