How to Attract A Match Made in Heaven! by Sharon Frame
sToP. look. lisTen!
Â„ Hear from God. Are you really ready for a relationship?
Â„ Be patient. Know what you want. Value your worth.
Â„ Donâ€™t overlook red flags or ignore instinctive warnings.
Â„ Choose someone with shared Christian values who is compatible.
Â„ Donâ€™t set unrealistic expectations of someone you hardly know.
Â„ Donâ€™t close yourself off. Be willing to date outside your race.
Â„ Save yourself pain. Donâ€™t waste time trying to change someone.
Â„ Develop the qualities you desire in someone
else. Be the match you want.
Â„ Shed a mindset of lack. You wonâ€™t attract abundance that way.
Â„ Work on becoming your best. The right person will recognize that.
Â„ Develop positive self-esteem. Know that marrying a person
wonâ€™t change the way you feel about yourself.
Â„ Donâ€™t invest time in people who are not interested
in being a committed relationship.
Sharon Frame is a former CNN anchor, award-winning TV journalist and â€œYour Follow-Through Coach.â€ Her passion is to encourage and empower women. Sharonâ€™s latest book, â€œWired to Winâ€ teaches how to Plug In, Power Up and Push Through to Personal Greatness. For more information, visit http://www.sharonframespeaks.com.â€¦
The NUMBERS tell the STORY…
96.6 million – Number of unmarried Americans 18 and older in 2009. This group comprised 43 percent of all U.S. residents 18 and older.
53% – Percentage of unmarried Americans 18 and older who were women.
61% – Percentage of unmarried Americans 18 and older who had never been married. Another 24 percent were divorced, and 15 percent were widowed.
16.2 million – Number of unmarried Americans 65 and older. These older Americans comprised 17 percent of all unmarried and single people 18 and older.
88 – Number of unmarried men 18 and older for every 100 unmarried women in the United States.
52.5 million – Number of households maintained by unmarried men or women. These households comprised 45 percent of households nationwide.
Single, Black, Female — and Plenty of Company, A 2009 story on ABCâ€™s Nightline reported, â€œthere are 1.8 million more black women than black men. So even if every black man in America married a black woman today, one out of 12 black women still wouldn’t make it down the aisle if they hoped to marry a black man.
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