If you are tired, hurt or confused about men and relationships...Ask Denise!
Recently, I have been working with a group of 10 women who have been blowing my mind with their growth in the areas of love. Most of them started either shut down, unwilling to risk the hurt of dating, while others were out there, and had stories to share about how their men were taking them for granted. In other words, they were willing to accept crumbs rather than ask a guy for what she deserves, in fear that she will scare him off.
This group all started after reading the SoulMate Map. The book, gave them a huge wake up call! They saw how simple and dead on the teachings were in the book, and were loaded with questions.
It's been 3 months since they first read SoulMate Map. And the transformation in them in amazing!
Recently a woman sent me a question via Ask Denise. She wanted to know, how to get the message across to men that she is no longer is interested in sex. (she's given up on it, just to stop the pattern of men wanting her for sex only.) Followed by the question where to find good men. Below is my advice to her.
Imagine a life, where you can say anything to your man, and he won't get upset, act defensively, shut down or leave you.
To achieve that is simple. There are rules to follow.
When SoulMate Map was reviewed by a newspaper called Chico Enterprise Record, I was delighted to read the insights from a man's perspective.
"Accept your role as 'Man Whisperer.' A Man Whisperer is a woman who knows that her role is to guide a man to success as a partner, by cleverly teaching him what he needs to know. Assuming he knows how to be a great partner to you or expecting him to 'read your mind' in your relationship is living on fantasy island and will eventually blow up one day."
Here is his review if you want to read it. While it's no longer on the newspaper's website, the writer keeps a version on his blog.Clcik here to read the review
When I think about the women who have had the most success in love, I have to admit, they are my friends. Why? Because they get to email me or call me whenever they have a question. I'm available to them 24 x 7. Well almost... considering I do have scheduled coaching calls, need to sleep, and have a husband who wants my attention too.
But as they go through the dating process, or even while they are in a relationship, everytime they have a question,
This is advice to a dear friend of mine who has met someone she thinks is her soul mate. Since we have been friends for years, I've seen her relationships that started off fabulous and then ended in disaster. The advice I am about to give to her is great advice for any woman who wants to know how NOT to kill a man's love.