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Prosperity: The Choice Is Yours
January 09, 2004
Today, I've got something a bit different for you to read.
Our newsletter is about assisting others to live more prosperous lives and one of the biggest areas of our lives and also one of the biggest problems we have is with our relationships and marriages.
We all have relationships with the opposite or we are married, or were married, or may be thinking of becoming, so this should be a good help for everyone.
We also have some other really good informational reports on marriage, dating, romance and relationships at our Choose Health Now web site you may want to read over.
In your personal and in your business life, one of the best things you can do is see yourself and your relationships as you want them to be, not necessarily as they are.
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In the same place as you are now?
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Why Aren't We Happy In Our Marriage Relationships?
By: Dave Cole
My perfect mate would be.....a combination of:
Paris Hilton, Oprah Winfrey, Betty Crocker, Helen Hunt, Helen Keller, Annie Oakley, Lucille Ball, Cindy Crawford, Marilyn Monroe, Jennifer Lopez, Ann Landers, Angela Lansbury, Martha Stewart, June Cleaver....plus the best qualities of each of: my former girlfriends, my current wife, my grandmothers, and my mom.
Take the qualities I like in each of those women, put
them all together into one, and you have my perfect
Now a woman like that's not too hard to find is it?
What I (men in general) want from a woman would include: a good partner and one who is willing to have love whenever I want, a companion to avoid loneliness, housekeeper, mother of my children, a best friend, someone to boost my ego, physical intimacy, spiritual intimacy, a good conversationalist, attractive escort, someone who will not judge or criticize me, someone who leaves me alone when I want to be left alone, someone who is fun to be around, yet quiet and humble, but also bold and adventurous.
Someone who cooks my meals, and cleans my house and changes diapers, and has a big income and is attractive and alluring doing it!!!
Now, if I were to put all the qualities I want in a
woman and then EXPECT this woman to be all of
the above and meet all my needs all the time
and in every way.....
Is there anyone reading this that fully agrees I
would be hard pressed to find such a woman to start
with, and does anyone agree that no woman could even
half begin to have all those qualities and further
to fill all those needs of mine?
Of course not!
So I have all these needs and desires and even more
than above, plus my needs and wants vary from time
to time and from event to event, yet for some odd
reason, I expect my wife to fulfill all of my needs
and even to have the ability to change and move with
my every whim and changing fancy and then react and
And that doesn't even take into account her individual
needs and changes and desires.
It's actually quite ludicrous of me to even think
for a minute that one partner could meet all my
needs and fulfill all my desires and react as I think
they should and be all things to all people all the
And yet, isn't that one big reason why most of us
are un-happy in a relationship or marriage?
We somehow expect our partner to "know" what we
are thinking and feeling and then react and do the
things "we think they should be doing" at each and
every situation and circumstance.
And further, we would want our partner to be all things
to us at all times....then when it doesn't happen
we get disappointed.
It was a major shock after I got married, expecting
my new wife to meet all my needs and desires, and
then woke up the next morning only to find I had
married a real human being with needs, opinions,
and desires of her own.
Can you imagine that?
It's like my baseball team. If I expect one of
my players to be able to be a catcher, pitcher,
infielder, outfielder, plus be the best hitter...
one player that can do anything well and do it
all the time.... then I'm going to have an awfully
difficult time finding such a player.
Yet, for the most of us, we expect our partner to be
everything we ever wanted and to fulfill all our needs
and desires and whims and not complain doing and
also to do it without having to be told.
One of our biggest reasons why we are not having happy marriages is because we expect our partner to be able to fulfill and suit all our needs and do it on a
continual basis and be able to change and adapt
with each varying situation.
I can't be all the things my wife needs at all times,
and I recognize that. It would drive me crazy even
trying to be somebody like that. And neither can
she be Betty Crocker and Ann Landers and Paris Hilton and all of the above personalities rolled into one.
So wouldn't it be much easier for me and better for
my relationship, to accept my partner's limitations and
their strong points and not go around expecting her to
be everything I need all the time?
Wouldn't that make it easier and better to have a
quality relationship if we didn't expect our partners
to behave and be someone they're not?
Perhaps if we accepted our partners as they were,
with all their flaws and imperfections and focused
a little more on their strong and good points, we would
all be happier in our relationships.
Once Upon A Time......
Once upon a time, there was a teacher and his student
lying down under a big tree near a big grass area. Then,
suddenly, the student asked the teacher,
Student : Teacher, I'm confused, how can we find
our soul-mate? Can you please help me?
Teacher : (Silent for few second, than he answers)
Well, it's a pretty hard and easy question.
Student : (Thinking hard) Ha???
Teacher : Look on that way, there are a lot of grass there, why don't you walk there but please never walk
backward, just walk straight ahead. On your way, try to find a beautiful grass and pick it up then give it to me.
But just one.
Student : Well, ok then... wait for me... (walked straight ahead to the grass field).
A few minutes later ...
Student : I'm back.
Teacher : Em, well I don't see any beautiful grass
on your hand.
Student : On my journey, I found few beautiful grass
but I thought that I would find a better one, so I didn't
pick it up. But I didn't realize that I'm at the end of the field, and I hadn't picked up any. Cause you told me not to go back, so I didn't go back.
Teacher : That's what happened in real life.
What is the message of this story?
* Grass - is people around you
* Beautiful Grass - is people that attract you
* Grass Field - is time
In looking for your soulmate, please don't always compare and hope that there will be a better one. By doing that, you'll waste your lifetime, cause remember "Time Never Goes Back".
It applies the same in finding your ideal life partner, your
suitable career or business, therefore the morale
is LOVE & grab hold of the opportunity that you have now, don't waste time!
Who Should Brew The Coffee?
A man and his wife were having an argument about who should brew the coffee each morning.
The wife said, "You should do it, because you get up first, and then we don't have to wait as long to get our coffee."
The husband said, "You are in charge of the cooking
around here and you should do it, because that is your job, and I can just wait for my coffee."
Wife replies, "No you should do it, and besides it is in the Bible that the man should make the coffee."
Her husband replies, "I can't believe that, show me."
So she fetched the Bible, and opened the New Testament and shows him at the top of several pages, that it indeed says 'HEBREWS'.
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