)…what’s the secret to a happy marriage/relationship? Any way you look at it, it comes down to acknowledging that it takes two people to make a relationship work.You have to have a conscious understanding of what the other person wants to maintain and nurture and keep the relationship healthy.
DG: My favorite quote is “Man cannot discover new oceans until he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” (Andre Gide) The SW: I love that one!So if they’re not into you, say “Thank you and see you later! If they text you instead of calling you, they don’t want a conversation on the phone. Be honest with yourself to know what you want as a person. If a man is not into a woman, he couldn’t care if she is the greatest runner, jumper, baker, swimmer, knitter…it doesn’t matter. My wife and I had a thing when we first started dating where I could smell a certain spot on her neck, and the first time I smelled that spot, it was very chemically pleasing to me. Why would you be offended by someone who said no to you?” As a woman, you have to have the confidence in yourself to know that you deserve someone who is into you. Value yourself enough to know – they’re not going to play a texting game with you if they’re into you. The SW: Which brings me to…infamous question: Do men really ever get “intimidated” by a woman for being too smart or too confident or too successful, etc. Or is this just something us ladies tell ourselves to feel better about it if a guy isn’t showing interest? Now, I didn’t meet her and within five seconds stick my nose in her neck ( But we had an equal understanding of common sense, of different things that we found socially pleasing, intellectually pleasing, emotionally pleasing, physically pleasing, etc. Don’t say “I’m single, I wish I had a boyfriend” and then the first person that gives you the time of day say: “This is the one.” Believe in the fact that you will find the person that you’re meant to be with if you put yourself out there and meet different people. Be more offended by someone who says yes and then you go out on a date and they treat you disrespectfully . Believe you deserve to have great things happen to you and you will have great things happen to you.Okay, one of the questions my readers always seem to have is: “How do I know if he’s really into me?” I tend to go by the philosophy of: If he’s REALLY into you, you won’t be questioning it, you’ll know.Growing up watching , I’ve been a longtime follower of Daniel’s on Twitter, and had really started to take notice of his tweets over the past few weeks.