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Traditional Dating In Modern Society

By Randy Mitchell, published on Sep 25, 2013

As someone who loves psychology and enjoys observing the intricacies of human behavior, it amazes me how much the art of dating has changed.

I was raised in the 70's and 80's; a time when old fashioned manners still applied. An era when going on a date meant giving an actual face-to-face invitation to the object of your affections, holding the door open as she left your car or approached a doorway, grasping her hand while crossing the street, promptly picking her up at home right on time, and thanking her the next day with a courteous phone call. It was a time when being courteous,... (more)

Tags: marriage, dating, infidelity, courtship, dating advice.com, randy mitchell author, randy mitchell writer, traditional dating, traditional values

Running Your Own Race

By Randy Mitchell, published on Sep 24, 2013

Ever had a big dream, huge aspirations to do something truly great, wanted to be “somebody” who is far out of the realm of your personal comfort zone, desired to leave your mark on the world for history to exhibit your legacy?

We all have them, deep inside, those hopes and dreams churning within. It’s great when we begin taking action: writing your first novel, blindly flying off to Hollywood to pursue an acting career, working hard for that next promotion, even going after the relationship you’ve always craved. We have but one life to live and should pursue what we truly want; whatever... (more)

Tags: dreams, destiny, hope, goals, success, ambition, obstacles, adversity, randy mitchell author, career success, getting ahead

Personality Traits of Those Who Cheat

By Randy Mitchell, published on Sep 9, 2013

I recently wrote an article discussing what to do after the object of your affections crushes your heart. Now, I'm going to dive in and talk about ways of seeing the warning signs before things get to this point; to look for the character flaws, psychological traits and common social behaviors of women likely to be loose and promiscuous. Although this article is written about women, it also easily applies toward men.

No matter how you meet the women you date, you always approach the beginning of each relationship with high hopes, especially if you're one whose serious about becoming... (more)

Tags: cheating, infidelity, randy mitchell, dating advice.com, traits of infidelity, why people cheat, spousal infidelity

Living Inside Unforgettable Characters

By Randy Mitchell, published on Aug 16, 2013

As in everyday life along with the stories we read, what attracts us to certain people? What is it making us want to learn more and spend time around those we find interesting, fascinating, passionate, and in-your-face REAL? What draws us in, keeps us thinking about the next time we’ll see them, or makes us want to read about their next move, conversation or adventure? In a nutshell, what makes certain ones so appealing to us on a natural level?

Like so many millions of other TV watchers, I love the mini-dramas that air on cable channels such as HBO, FX, AMC, and The Discovery Channel.... (more)

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Traditional Marriage for Women. Still Desirable?

By Randy Mitchell, published on Aug 6, 2013

The tides are changing when it comes to women getting married. No longer are the traditions of June Clever, Carol Brady, Debra Ramone (Everybody Loves Raymond), and other housewives with children thought of as the norm. What was once considered the ideal lifestyle and dream of girls growing up everywhere has now become more of an option rather than an individual mandate. But, for men still looking for one who'll say, "I Do" hope is still alive and well, you just have to learn to play the game.

I know a few women who've never married and are well into their 40's and 50's. So,... (more)

Tags: marriage, dating, dating advice, randy mitchell, reasons for remaining single, women and marriage, relationship issues

Looking for Quality in your Dating Life?

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jul 25, 2013

Perhaps number one on everyone’s list when selecting a mate is finding someone of quality.

This is somebody who will treat you well and with respect, balances you on all levels, makes you number one in their life, is compatible both sexually and psychologically and is a soul mate you can communicate with concerning just about anything.

Mutual trust and honoring your commitments is essential for success, but trying to find one who fits all these bills involves a dedicated process of being selective – weeding through the masses and discovering someone of excellence.

There... (more)

Tags: marriage, relationships, dating, blind dates, dating advice, randy mitchell, courtship, dating advice.com, quality relationships, dating life

Celebrate Yourself

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jul 18, 2013

There’s a wonderful saying, “Go where you’re celebrated, not where you’re tolerated.”

When I think about these words, so many meanings come to mind: the people in your life and their attitudes towards you, the places you frequent socially, your workplace environment and those you meet for the very first time. They also raise the questions: are the people and surroundings you deal with supporting, loving, befriending, even helping you when you need them the most? Or do they pull you down, surround you with negative energy, refuse to acknowledge your accomplishments or... (more)

Tags: relationships, psychology, opinions, friendships, randy mitchell, social awareness, broowaha.com, self appreciation

Ending Relationships with Care

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jul 8, 2013

In every relationship, no matter how many times you say "I Love You," how often the chemistry ignites while on the dance floor or in the bedroom, or how much you desire continuing into eternal bliss, one person always feels stronger for the other. Sometimes though, when a break-up is imminent, the balance of affection is so heavily tipped in the other person's corner you feel hesitant to let them go because of an unwillingness to hurt their feelings or even leaving yourself alone. However, doing them the favor by permanently saying "goodbye" is the most honorable thing to do, both for... (more)

Tags: sex, love, relationships, dating, passion, dating advice, randy mitchell, the inspirational writer. dating advice.com

Are You Dating a Narcissist?

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jun 27, 2013

For whatever reason, narcissism has become much more common in today's society. We could place the blame on the pampered Hollywood celebrities, corrupt politicians, greedy CEO's, or cocky sports figures we watch on TV. After all, they're who society sees as role models every time we hit the remote control. But, should their self-entitled actions spill over to all of us? Especially inside our love lives? To read the rest of this article, and others, go to DatingAdvice.com. It's an all-inclusive dating resource site whose experts dispense wisdom on 'all things dating' through how-to-articles,... (more)

Tags: narcissism, self love, dating a narcissist, datingadvice.com, dating rules, dating psychology, self importance, self valuation, love of self, self centered people, divorce reasons

The Concept of Time

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jun 14, 2013

No matter how much money, education, or influence we have the one thing none of us can ever produce more of is, time. How we make use of this invisible asset determines how successful we are both, professionally and personally.

God gave us all a pre-determined life clock that constantly ticks 24 hours a day. They’re moments that cannot be duplicated, manipulated, controlled or bought. And once they pass, they pass, with no recourse at all. Time can be selfish, move to slow or fast, can eat up our youth within a blink of an eye, or linger while refusing to budge. In reality,... (more)

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