Relationship Articles

Protecting Your Own Assets

Over the last three months attending business classes at Assets Toledo, located at 1946 N. 13 Street, Suite 437, I discovered interesting facts about business, networking and relationships.

On one particular day the class discussed the dangers of moving in with a partner and not having financial perspicacity.

For richer, for poorer, for better, for worse: it may sound romantic but few couples discuss the financial implications of married life before walking up the aisle. Debt is a real passion-killer. It is imperative to discuss financial issues before eloping or you'll be gaining a life partner along with a host of unwanted bills, overdrafts and credit card debts.

Please don't mistake the debt I'm referring to as just credit debt. If debts spiral seriously out of control it can cost your savings, your business and even your own home to vanish in thin air.

And it's not just the newly-webs that have to watch out for this repeated pattern. Anyone who plans to move in with a partner should take into consideration how their pockets will be affected if the other falls into debt.

Now before you scream, "Cancel the cake and send the dress back in a coffin!" there are some simple steps you can take to secure your financial health from even the most unsavvy, financially inept spouse.

The number one tool is to protect your own assets. Assets are useful or valuable qualities, persons, or things; an advantage or resource. Any bank account, savings, property or equity that is in your name is legally yours. In the event that your spouse runs into serious financial difficulties, the creditors can't pursue you for this money. This applies to debt run up from before your marriage as to any during it.

If you have a bank account that has been open for up to five years in your name, your salary is paid in every month, your money is safe. If, however, it was a joint bank account that was simply transferred into your name a couple of months before your partner files for bankruptcy, then expect legal proceeding. Understand that Creditors will try to grab assets that are legally theirs. If you can prove that the assets you owned were purely by your own means, or gifted to you before your partners financial debts, then creditors have absolutely no legal right to grab those assets.

Again if one spouse has run into severe financial problems, such as filing for bankruptcy, creditors can legally go after these joint assets. But they are only entitled to that person's share of the assets. So, for example, if you have a shared savings account with $5,000 on deposit, creditors could apply to receive half of this. The same applies to property. If the home is in both partners' names, then creditors are only entitled to 50 per cent of the property's value, even if the outstanding debt is far greater than this amount. Of course, this often means that couples are still forced to sell the family home to pay this share of the debt.

There are many businessmen who put property solely in their wife's name, in order to protect the family home if the business fails. But if you consider doing this- remember the property then belongs to just one partner. Think about carefully about going with this action in case of a divorce in the future.

Terry J. Snipes

I Kissed Dating Goodbye Story


I read Joshua Harris' book: I Kissed Dating Goodbye and I was enthusiastically supportive of it. I have since done a 180 degree turn and I truly regret having read it. In addition to this book, I read Quest For Love and Choosing God's Best. Well, I don't think I chose God's best, and it's only by the grace of God we are still married. I think God placed the best for me squarely in front of me with the perfect opportunity to go out with a terrific young lady, and I would have offered to go see a movie with her that she had expressed interest in seeing, but I let that opportunity pass, because I had expressed support for the ideas mentioned in that book, and I feared the perception among my peers of being a hypocrite. What I wouldn't do to go back in time to that moment!

Another idea I derived from those books is that when you break up with a girl, you are tearing her heart out. No man wants to do this, so when I found myself in a very bad relationship, I continued it, believing it was better than breaking up, in spite of the fact there were clear signals, and a few friends that tried to convince me to do so, and there may have been other opportunities to actually date this young lady, that I passed up, because I had this girlfriend.

When we got married, my wife continued to do the things she had done before we got married, and it plunged us deep into debt, and we are still working to get out after five years. It took three years for our marriage to hit rock bottom, before I was able to convince her that she should not be doing the things that were causing us so much financial hardship.

I think a woman respects a man who is willing to date and draw clear boundaries when it comes to physical contact, but I think these books leave the reader with ideas that may result in them actually missing out on God's best for them. I wish that the overall message was balanced by a clear understanding that it is permissible, even laudable to break up with a woman who you know is causing harm to you or manipulating you in some way, especially in the area of finances.


Because violence or infidelity are not the only ones ...

10 Fatal Traps
You Must Avoid to Maintain a Harmonious and Healthy Relationship

© 2005 - Ivan P. Greindl

1. Making a mountain out of a molehill
Do you want to live in... peace with your beloved? Then, first, control yourself. Losing your temper, showing frequent anger, shouting for pointless reasons is obviously very harmful. Try to throw off quarrelsome, authoritarian attitudes: you can contain your reactions: stop being so sensitive (or hypersensitive, if you prefer) to the slightest annoyance. In particular, distrust your interpretations : immediately assigning a negative meaning to a sentence, a gesture, which you didn't understand well leads to misunderstandings - which, as the years go by, kill off your agreement. Means # 1 to break your love relationship: aggressiveness and verbal violence.

2. Unjustified attacks of jealousy
Is your wife always attracting men's attention? Faint flattering whisperings? Admiring (even if not always discreet) comments? Feel flattered! Keep smiling! It is a tribute paid to you, one more proof of your good taste, of the good choice you have made. And, especially don't hold it against her. Do not blame her for a 'provocative' attitude: charm and beauty reveal themselves, even in the most modest women's behavior.

As for you, Lady, if 'he' unconsciously turns his gaze to a passing young lady, do not take this gesture of innocent admiration as a harbinger of adultery! Do not ask him: --Do you want her photo?-- He wouldn't understand you or would find you unfair.
Means # 2 to kill your love relationship: unmotivated jealousy.

3. Ignoring the omnipresent dangers of routine
Thanks to your steady efforts, you have seduced your beloved, you have 'conquered' him/her. One day, you decided to join your fates. Marvelous! At least, at the beginning-- Why would you take the risk of loosening the pressure? Of stopping your efforts? To persevere day after day in seducing them is The Key to your happiness! Never neglect to continue: just as with everything else you wish to see going on long enough (your house, your garden, your car, your friends...), you have to take care of your love. Think frequently, each of you, of making small unforeseen pleasures for your beloved; to give some attention to them, to express your tenderness, to break the daily rut by a touch of excitement. Among others, in your moments of intimacy.
Means # 3 to break your couple's harmony: letting yourselves being trapped by routine !

4. Giving top priority to your work, over your couple and/or your family
This error is more usually a men's one - and often unintentional. A way to solve this problem is to share activities and fields of interest with your beloved and both of you, with your children. Another way is to fix appointments with your partner and to respect them. This way, you demonstrate the importance and the place you grant her / him in your life. Customers, patients, students, shareholders, seniors colleagues--according to your profession--, do not always have to come before your spouse and children! In order to live a long-lasting relationship, you have to remain available enough for them. To work for living? Well, ... yes: one too often needs to. But, to live for working?? NO : please, live to love, to bring moments of happiness to your beloved ones, to create!
Means # 4 to destroy your life as a couple: to forget your true priorities.

5. Letting dialogue fade; losing true communication
Many couples share the same bed, some of their meals, TV programs; they sometimes go out together. But, they're not always lucky enough to share a purpose, fields of interest or higher values. Therefore, each of them pursues his own life, his own personal fate, only attentive to his own concerns, preoccupations or interests. By speaking less and less together they stop sharing. There are no more genuine exchanges. Their roads, formerly convergent or parallel, eventually move apart. Without any more true communication, both partners imperceptibly lose any real contact.

Look at these old couples you see sometimes in restaurants: they're facing each other but don't look at each other anymore, don't speak to each other any more - what could they say? How cruel and distressing.
Means # 5 to disintegrate a couple: letting indifference get hold of your couple for having neglected communication and sharing.

6. To let yourself go to make comparisons-
Obviously, your ex--or someone among your acquaintances--said or did certain things better; was more this; less that: --(S)he, 'at least' !-- Who is perfect on Earth? If you sometimes make a comparison, then only make positive ones. Otherwise keep for yourself your disappointed, bitter or disenchanted reflections. Obviously, we agree you and me: gathering in the same person the tenderness and kindness of your N'1; the sensuality of your N'2; the 'class' of N'3; the cheerfulness and practical intelligence of your office colleague,... would certainly be ideal : a truly delicious miracle. Well! In fact, you can work this miracle - by setting the example! You strongly appreciated these qualities or skills in the past, maybe in the frame of a previous relationship? By showing them yourself, you'll discover a surprising mystery: they are contagious ! -Give and thou shalt receive!- Take advantage of it to explain to your beloved what would please you: think to express your expectations, without vain shyness. Speak to your beloved about your wishes, your desires. Keep in mind that you've chosen your partner; the qualities they're missing (or not showing) are most probably compensated by others. Your tenderness, your encouragements, your frequent concern to value her/him, will round angles, making these comparisons soon become useless.
Means # 6 to make 'creak the springs' of your relationship: not being able to refrain from comparing (at least aloud).

7. Calling your children to witness
All couples sometimes face difficult moments, arguing occasionally, exchanging reproaches--in all or in part justified. These are adults' concerns ! Even unintentionally involving your children in your conflicts hurts them. Besides, this is the easy way to raise bit by bit a wall of incomprehension, of un-love and often of hatred: inside your couple and later between you or one of you and your children: unwilling witnesses of situations or facts, the implications, the origin or the motive of which they cannot understand, how could your children judge them clearly? You certainly feel it, this is not a good way to manage a healthy couple's relationship.
Means # 7 to break up your couple: directly or indirectly blackening the image of their other parent in the eyes of your children, letting them be witnesses of your conflicts.

8. A quite inopportune haste
If you have acknowledged the happiness and privilege to live a passionate relationship (at least at the beginning), you will remember these delicious moments during which you both of you were active and which both of you loved to prolong.
Alas, time passes; concerns accumulate; your children, your work, your various responsibilities 'devour' every minute of your time. Soon, these embraces which, since always, have plunged those who love each other in shared delights, are abbreviated and become less frequent. It even happens to these lovers, to forget to take time for the after tenderness-cuddle ! They don't take time any more to give each other some compliments, some words of love; to exchange small positive messages in order to remind themselves how much they love each other, how much they value their relationship, how much they appreciate each other's presence. Fulfilling embraces are an essential food for your tenderness and a good means to stay in love. However--you know it--,to make love the proper way, taking plenty of time is essential. To hurry at these moments is hurrying the outbreak of tensions.
Means # 8 to slide on the slippery slope of a break-up: Hurry !
9. Being too often untidy-looking
Hygiene and body care dashed off, a constant untidiness, indifferent dress sense, weight excess perfectly disdained: there are so many ways of letting your partner guess that you hardly care to please him. Heavy error: carelessness marks a lack of consideration to your better half and this can hurt them deeply. Respecting oneself and the Other also involves slight concessions connected to one's own look: the image which one gives of oneself has to be positive. This quality has to be considered not only a female one. Men often lose sight that women too like to be at the arm or in the company of a man of whom they feel legitimately proud. To have got married and settled down doesn't guarantee fidelity for life ; to believe it would be giving evidence of naivety.
Means # 9 for enticing your partner to imperceptibly begin to look around - becoming more vulnerable to temptation: make no effort any more to look neat for them.

10. Show yourself possessive
Living as a couple can't be a chain. You want to continue to feel well together for a long time? Then, think of it: your beloved is not a child anymore; give them a free rein, rely on them ! Each partner of a relationship must preserve at least a part of their personal life, of their opinions, of their tastes - of their autonomy. Always imposing on your partner your own way of life is a constraint which is not acceptable anymore in our time. Living together never means surrendering one's own personality; having to comply in all with the desires and requirements of the other is on the contrary, a very effective way to awaken feelings of rebellion. This leads one to become secretive; it leads to lies and unfaithfulness. Important decisions imperatively have to be taken together. (In the West at least, we can take this luck for - theoretically - granted.) To live a harmonious relationship naturally involves common activities and relations, sharing a social life, an ideal, a fulfilling tenderness, a purpose, showing solidarity to meet responsibilities and chores etc. From that point to never losing sight of your better half, to keeping a constant watch on them - even if it is sometimes unconscious - there is a big step! It's essential not to cross that line. Your better half is a whole human person. As such, (s)he appreciates to be with you, - not to you. At least, in current daily life.
Means # 10 to ruin your relationship: completely restrain their independence, keep them -under your heel-.

Ivan Greindl is the author of the well-known method :
How to Boooost Your Love Life !
60 Simple Ways for Results in 8 Days

For any information (in English or French), please visit:

You can take my word for it: implementing
these suggestions will lead your couple toward
harmony and preserve it from a lot of nuisance.
Ivan G.

First Date Magic for Women

As a relationship coach, I frequently give Relationship Advice to single women regarding men in general. At least once a month one of my clients comes into my office upset about how her date went the previous weekend. Either she feels she did something wrong or worries that the guy didn't seem to be too interested in her. For the next 45 minutes we dissect the evening in question and I offer suggestions on how to salvage a second date or I congratulate her on discovering that he wasn't worth another chance.

Many times, though, the problem lies with my client not understanding the purpose of a first date. Too often women (and men) concentrate on such things as compatibility, attraction and past relationship history. All of these things are important but not for a first encounter. They are too in-depth for a casual get-to-know-you conversation. The only thing a woman really needs to be concerned with is conveying her femininity. This is the easiest and most reliable way toward making a good first impression. The three keys to a great first date are; wear a dress, smile often and allow him to speak first at the start of the date. Those three things will make him feel masculine and he will naturally find you more attractive because the first date is about being a girl, not revealing everything about yourself.

If those suggestions seem silly or sexist then I am afraid you don't understand men. Men like women in dresses because it radiates softness making a man want to hold and cuddle her. Smiling at him always makes him feel more attractive. Letting him speak first conveys respect which is every man's greatest desire, even more than being loved. Show him that you have the ability to be the woman he has fantasized about and he will beg you for another date Once you have gone out three or more times then you are free to let him get to know you has an individual. Since you have shown him that you are every bit a woman, he will be much more motivated to get to know you as a person.

How To Tell If A Man Is Interested In Me!

It's not easy deciphering the bull men throw your way!

However, with a little pain and suffering, a few mistakes and some heartaches you can begin to understand a couple of things.

But that's the long road and you don't have time for that! I'll show you the 5 Surefire Ways To Tell If A Man Is Interested in You or not!

1. He looks you in the eyes

Now this may seem very simple and I guarantee you may overlook it.

Most men are fascinated with a woman's body. To have a man who's able to maintain eye contact without staring at your boobs or butt is a good sign.

This indicates he's interested in you, the person, not the figure. If you were a man you would know how difficult it is to focus on your face considering how much we think about sex.

I'm not saying the guy won't look he just won't stare. He will definitely take a sneak-a-peek whenever he can without getting caught.

2. He talks about everything but sex

You know the type who can't seem to hold a decent conversation without sex popping up.

If you find a guy who is able to hold an intelligent conversation on just about any topic (outside of sports and sex) that's a good sign.

It's a good chance he reads material other than sports magazines and the sports section of the newspaper. If he has similar interests to yours that's better.

3. He innocently touches you

When you click with a man you want him to touch you. Yet, you don't want him to rush things.

If the guy attempts to hold your hand, gently touches you on the shoulder and arms or gives you a nice hug that's a good sign.

The last thing you want is for him to attack like you are the last woman on earth. If he can't take his time in public and be subtle, what do you think he will be like behind closed doors?

4. He calls to talk with you

I'm not sure what it is but it's rare1 to find a man who likes talking on the phone. Especially with women.

The key is not the frequency of the calls as much as the quality. For example, if you only get to speak once a week for 20 minutes or so is the conversation stimulating?

He may call you several times during the week just to say "Hi" or "I am thinking of you."

Yes, this is rare but there are men who do this and when you find one you should get to know him better.

5. He offers to help without you asking or He's always there when you need him the most

Just because a man offers to help doesn't mean he is sincere in his efforts. Some men have ulterior motives.

This is a tricky one but with time on your side you can weed out the knuckleheads.

Here's the will know he is sincere when he continually offers or provides his assistance and never ask for anything in return!

It's important to note he must be there when you need him not when you want him. There will be times when no one can help you and that man will be there! That's a good sign!

This means he will have to stop what he's doing and put you first or your issues first. While this is okay for him to do once in a while, to continually expect this from him means you maybe taking advantage of him.

I know what you're thinking, "There isn't such a man alive today!" Well, you're wrong! There are plenty of us around.

When you meet one I would suggest you take time to get to know him. He might be what you've been looking for.

There you have it...the 5 Surefire Ways To Tell If A Man Is Interested in You and is A Keeper! Do yourself a favor and take your time in getting to know men.

There is no need for you to rush into a relationship only to have your heart broken again. Learn all you can about him and have fun!

Shawn Nelson, MSA is a Motivational Speaker, Life Counselor/Coach and Author who creates guides, e-Courses and run several web sites that help people achieve their relationship, personal, life and professional goals. To learn more visit Meet The Man of Your Dreams.

A Little Goes a Long Way

Relationships and marriages are seldom easy all the time. No matter how perfect a relationship is, you and your partner are bound to hit some bumps, or long stretches where you have trouble of some kind. If you meet a couple that seems to have no problems getting along, it could be that they discovered a simple little secret early in their relationship. Simply, show love and affection in tons of little ways, and don't save it for just those big times when things are going badly, or you need to apologize for something major.

On your way home, why not stop and pick some wildflowers for your wife (or girlfriend if you're not married) from the side of the road. Maybe she had a hard day at work, maybe the kids have been driving her nuts, or perhaps you've both been a little less intimate recently. Picture it now, she's at home frazzled and expecting you to come in, and then you arrive with a big bunch of wildflowers you picked JUST FOR HER; you will have made her day no matter how bad (or good) it had been. It's like a second chance to start fresh with one small, yet powerful gesture.

If your spouse is spending a lot of time out of town, or feeling like those proverbial 'ships passing in the night' because of work, kids or other commitments, give this a try: Find a sun catcher, charm or porcelain figure in the shape of a star, wrap it in a small gift box and place a small note on it that says "Wish I were there," and slip in into his or her suitcase, briefcase or even purse. When he finds it and knows you miss him, but thought enough to share that simple thought, it will re-awaken those deep emotions.

Try making small, simple changes in your tired routines to inspire some fresh intimacy. It won't require as much effort as you think. Put a Post-It note on the TV that says "Wouldn't you rather turn me on?" with saucy signature. If your partner is reading a book, sneak out the bookmark and replace it with a note like "Guess where I hid your bookmark?"

When you first got together as a couple you likely did lots of small things that would make your eyes twinkle and heart flutter, do them again! If you're out for a walk, shopping or just watching TV together, be intimate. Hold hands, link arms, or just slip your arm around her. Whisper something sweet and sultry into her ear and just gaze lovingly into her eyes. If she looks at you suspiciously or asks what you're doing, just answer that you're amazed at how much you love her.

Adding a little more romance to your marriage can be as easy as these simple, small acts. If you take steps to break the monotony of a relationship you can make your partner feel more appreciated and loved. You will feel the same in return!

Jeff Rose has published an eBook on returning the romance to a marriage entitled 'The Magic Marriage.' Check out the free tips available at .

Practical Steps To Falling In Love

We are meant to live a life of love. However, no matter how successful some are in other aspects of their lives, they don't feel it's possible to have the same success in love. They tell themselves to be realistic.

Being realistic about relationships is considered natural as we grow up and give up the fantasies, foolishness and dreams of childhood. But nothing could be further from natural. Being in love is the most mature and realistic thing you can do. It energizes your life, fills you with positivity, creates generosity and makes every moment beautiful. The body heals, the heart is happy. The real question is, why aren't we in love all the time? How can we learn to fall in love with all of life?

Here are some ways to answer that question and turn your life upside down. You will learn how to clear away weeds in your garden and then realize the entry point is right where you are.


Most of the time we are searching and searching for the right person. Now it is time to stop running around seeking what is right in front of our eyes. Look at a person who is close to you right now anyone it happens to be. Notice the ways in which you push him away. Stop doing that. Allow the two of you to be together in whatever way you are. Let all of it be fine just as it is.

Do the same thing tomorrow with someone else. We dismiss so many people who are in our worlds, while waiting for the right one to appear. The more we can be right with everyone, the more we can open up to what is being offered now, the fuller and more joyous our lives will be.


So many complain that they are not loved. The reason for this can be quite simple. They are so busy playing roles and games that the partner never gets to know who they really are. Notice what roles (or games) you play in relationships, and what roles you demand of others as well. See if you are in love with the person, or with the role he is playing right now. Why not let the roles go and simply be who you are. Who we are is always loveable and beautiful. It's the roles that get in the way.


One great obstacle in living a life of love is the tendency to hold on. We grasp and cling to each, preventing the freedom of love from arising on its own.

When someone comes into your life (or day) practice letting him come. Welcome the person whoever he is. Enjoy what it is he brings.

When it is time for a person to go away, practice letting him go. Do not turn the person's leaving into an experience of rejection, loss or abandonment. Realize that his leaving has nothing to do with you. It is simply time for him to go. Do this with yourself as well. Let yourself come and go freely in life, not tying yourself in unnecessary chains. The more we free others and ourselves, the more easily we fall in love.


Many feel that love is not possible unless all their demands are met. They can be quite amazed to discover that these demands don't lead to happiness. They just may be obstacles to falling in love.

Take a look at what you feel is absolutely necessary in relationships. Now look at it again. Realize this is baggage you are carrying that may be keeping all kinds of people and possibilities away. Not only that this baggage can be making you fearful and rigid, not open to what is available for you.

Let one of these demands subside. At first let it go for just one day and see how it feels to be without it. (Remember you can always take it back again). Now try another day. As we do this many times, we may find that that which we thought was crucial for our lives was really getting in the way. The more we do this the more light and happy we will feel. Not only that, but all kinds of new people, possibilities and situations we never noticed will start coming onto our path. We have made room for them by putting our baggage down.


Giving and receiving are the essence of relationships. To open up to falling in love, it is important to start giving naturally. What gifts do you give others in relationships? Take a few moments and also see what you hope to receive in return. Now find something new you can give to somebody. Give it. Do this everyday. Do it with all kinds of different people, without great fanfare and without expecting something in return.

Then each day take a moment to find out what kind of gift you would like today. (Can be simple a walk in the park, new lipstick, time with someone you care for.) Now give this to yourself each day. Although this exercise is simple, it is extremely powerful. When you give, remember not to look for anything in return By living with this open, generous mind, all kinds of other gifts come to you naturally.


Many say they are lonely, even with a partner at their side. This is simply because they have not yet made friends with themselves. Once they make friends with themselves and are able to be who they are, it is impossible to be lonely anymore.

Make friends with yourself. Spend time noticing who you are. Accept all parts of yourself. Stop judging and rejecting what is going on inside. Be still and look within. Pay attention to your breath and just notice what is going on. Let it be. Accept it, and return to the breathing. Understand that breath by breath, you are perfect just as you are. Choose to have relationships with those who want and appreciate just what you are.

© author/2005

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Top Online Dating Services for Jewish American Russian Singles

by Tanya Wiseman

These days there are a large number of top online dating websites accessible to both general and specialist groups. From professional agencies which trade with thousands of profiles globally, to those which merely focus on a single religion, sexuality or locality. Most of the top online dating sites today have security and confidentiality policies and it's good to stay away from those who don't have it. Top online dating sites which have security policies examine their members; they have policies and conditions of use allowing people to be disqualified from the site. They have protective measures which ensure that the members dating online will not face any severe irritation when logged in. some top online dating services will register with data protection registrars and have a strict password system protecting accounts.

The top online dating sites will be conscious mainly of women's issues when dating online and will have a positive policy which allows women members to block those people whom they do not wish to communicate with, without repercussions. Since Email is a private affair when dating online, top online dating sites generally keep your email inside the site itself so that you have a protected in box but messages are never send out to your real world address. Instant messaging is very popular when dating online and permits on the spot communication with other members who are online at the same time. This makes possible easy and private chats which can lead to a very promising and positive relationship.

Not all the dating websites provide chat rooms which are very useful for new daters and socialites who love to chat with too many people at once. It is a great way of taking your typing and chatting skills to the top form. The top online dating sites let you to use a different name in a chat room to your regular profile to maintain secrecy levels. The other most popular communication features these days voicemail. Other than chatting online it is very useful and exciting to have voice messages and listen too without ever giving out an actual telephone number. Many top online dating sites use secure voicemail box Ids and passwords through a common number allowing people to send and receive voice messages between themselves and members they like.

Here are some important things you should always keep in mind when trying to use the Internet for dating.


1. See for example, Bill Granger, Drover and the Zebras (New York: William Morrow Co., 1992) p. 188: "Drover sighed. A certain generation and a certain class of men--hardly ever women--consider the telephone a temporary device used by people on crutches to get around. When you want to talk someone, you talked to him face-to-face."--ed.
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