Are you embarrassed or threatened about dating a woman as successful as you?
Are you projecting all kinds of unfavorable stereotypes on successful single women as a result?
How could picking a similarly successful mate fuel your mutual dreams and life plan?
Look at power couples like Hilary and Bill Clinton and Michelle and Barak Obama as examples. BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER: Instead of thinking about the attraction of an opposite mate, consider finding someone who complements you, knows and respects what you are about because they are made from the same cloth.
She’s been quoted on MSN.com, USA Weekend, the NY Post, Newsweek, Lifetime.com, More, Match.com, Foxnews.com, Fox Business, Better Homes & Gardens, Reader’s Digest, Redbook, Glamour, Forbes, Woman’s Day, Metro newspapers, Men’s Health, Seventeen, Complete Woman magazines, and the NY Times.
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Traditionally successful men have picked less educated and younger women to take on this role.
Today some successful career women are doing the same.Perhaps most especially on “Wall Street,” status, perceptions and stereotypes prevail so it’s a good microcosm from which to examine our blocks to love, on either front.And as Mother Teresa once said, ‘If you judge people, you have no time to love them.’ So let’s start there.*Permission to use excerpt with proper attribution, including bio below. Paulette Kouffman Sherman is a licensed psychologist, owner of My Dating School ( author of Dating from the Inside Out, published by Atria Books, a regular speaker at The Learning Annex and is the NY Love Examiner.She’s been an expert on television like the CBS Early Show & the AM Northwest Early Show and a radio guest on the Curtis Sliwa show."One of his best friends told me that my job is now to keep him calm and keep him from dying at the age of 35. Had the nature of the blog been made clear at the outset, the article would have described it accordingly, not as a support group.