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Published: October 27, 2009 You've heard them; don't approach him first, don't flirt, don't look friendly, don't pick up the phone when he calls, wait four days before you call him back, never ever accept spontaneous invitations, act like you're not interested, don't show him you like him, don't let him hold your hand until on the third date, don't introduce him to your friends before he introduces you to his, if he's not ready to commit when you're ready dump him, never be friends with an ex etc. What kind of man does a woman who follows these rules attract? Published: September 29, 2009 I had over the years acquired so many limiting and distorted beliefs about man-woman love, relationships and soul mate connections that made it impossible to experience the kind of love my soul longed for.
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