Read almost any book. Watch almost any program on television. Sit in almost any movie theater. Listen to ninety percent of the songs played on the radio. In one way or another, they almost all talk about love and, more specifically, romantic love. Falling in love. Falling out of love. Longing for love. Happiness from love. Hurt from love.
It seems everyone is looking for the perfect soul mate, the person that God would have them spend their lives – and affections – with.
We look for love. We pray for love. We cry bitter tears when love seems to have let us down. The desire to love and to be loved fills our waking and sleeping hours. But more often than not, we don’t find what we’re looking for. We enter into a relationship that we’re convinced is “the one” only to leave it some time later, depressed and despairing. We promise ourselves we will “never do that” again only to repeat our behavior again and again.
In many of our lives, we find ourselves in haste for a romantic relationship. Sometimes we focus on G-d then love turns our head another way. Other times, we are willing to leave the comfort of G-d to gratify different barriers and lustful strongholds in our lives. Yet, the outcome is the same, we find ourselves spiritually, emotionally, or physically bound in a relationship, looking up to find that it has replaced G-d.
The book also depicts how we as women sometimes use our fantasies to reshape men in our lives. We use the standards that the world has fooled us into believing is the ultimate being of a mate. And when the men don’t measure up, (and they never will,) we are devastated. It is a game of the subconscious mind, we long for the man of our dreams to sweep us into oblivion and satisfy our every desire. rate of parents dialoging and communicating with each other. In other words, a stimulus approach based on principle.
About Dr. Robertson
Dr. Robertson helps women, youth and individuals identify the root of who they are in search for relationship. During her lessons- she offers communication strategies, reflective feelings check, and emotions and funny practice love relationship tests with humor. Dr. Robertson improves any destructive and troubled characters we all possess as reasons to enter relationships. Allowing oneself to envision themselves through new lens. Her talks and principles help adults rediscover their effective ways of partnering while facing realities that intimate relationships cost us all something.
Moreover, at the same note, help rejuvenate the promotions of good, healthy and operative communication, with oneself, friendship identity, work and social relations and later love. Visit http://dr.fisher.learn-edu.org and her contact page for webinars and more.