What Does a Man Really Mean With What He is Saying?

It’s an all too often familiar situation. A man tells a woman that he is not ready to be in a relationship with her, only for her to find out soon after that he is dating another woman. Nothing can hurt worse than hearing these words from his mouth and seeing how his actions do not fit his motives. Why is it that he says one thing but does something completely different? The first thing to understand is that men and women are completely different in how they are made and how they think. This difference can cause a person’s ears to hear things differently and their minds to interpret things differently.  His idea of a night-in:  fast food and a sports channel.  A woman’s idea of a night-in:  home cooked dinner followed by a movie on his couch. If he says to you that he’s not ready for a commitment, what women hear is: he wants to keep dating for now and eventually he’ll be ready to commit.  What he means is: he’s not ready for a commitment with you.  It doesn’t mean he’s not ready for a commitment at this present time, it just means not with you.  You haven’t presented yourself to be the person he wants to spend the rest of his life with.  You are missing something he is seeking and needing in the relationship.  He’s not going to tell you that he needs you to be a better person; he will tell you that he wants to see other people. As an example: If you have a list of symptoms you cannot explain...

When You Dream of Your Ex Boyfriend, What Does It Mean? What Does It Mean

What does it mean when you dream of your ex boyfriend? Dreams are funny things. Sometimes, they make no sense at all. Many people claim they never recall dreams the next morning while others have very vivid recollections. Believe it or not, dreams can actually mean something. They could provide insight into your honest feelings or simply be a sign of significance in your life. True Feelings Come Through During Sleep While you are at rest, your mind wanders. During this time, your dreams are your own private haven. That doesn’t mean they are always good dreams, but it does mean your mind can open up and be honest. If you dream about your ex frequently, it could be because you still have feelings for him. This is completely normal after a break up. In time, the dreams may fade. If they persist, then you may want to consider talking to your ex about your true feelings if you haven’t already. Getting it off your chest might help reduce the frequency of your dreams. Significant Signs in Your Life The things that happen to you while you are awake influence the subjects of your dreams. Sometimes it’s quite obvious while other times it’s very obscure and archaic. The things that appear in your dreams could simply be the result of something you experienced in your waking hours. This happens with people as well. It is only natural that after an emotional break up, your ex would make an appearance in your dreams. How Should I Interpret Dreams? It’s hard for the average person to determine exactly what the meaning...

What Does a College Diploma Mean Today?

  A few decades ago, when a child entered the hallowed halls of higher learning, it was the mark of accomplishment. Most people acknowledged that the student was intelligent and his college diploma would open doors to whatever field he wanted to enter. They also assumed that his earning capacity would be much greater than those who didn’t graduate from college. Of course, that was in the days before Bill Gates blew that kind of thinking out of the water when he left Harvard in his sophomore year to start a company called Microsoft, with Paul Allen.   In the old days, students who weren’t at the top of their class couldn’t have gotten into an Ivy League school unless their family was influential enough to pull strings and/or who had enough money to fund a chair at a university. Nowadays, there are still some parents who are pulling strings and buying college diplomas for their children but it’s hardly necessary anymore. Today you just have to have a decent SAT score and a decent GPA score or even go to a community college for a semester or two and then transfer to a high ranking college. The bar has lowered so much that it makes one wonder what a college diploma means today.   I have had professors tell me that colleges have become a popularity contest. The teachers who don’t assign homework and who give easy tests are the ones who have the largest class enrollments. One of the professors at an Ivy League school even wrote an article in a magazine stating as much. The college...

What Does Walkaway Income Mean?

A walkaway income is also commonly referred to as a residual income. Does your current way of making money allowing you to make money even when you are sleeping? If it does then you probably have a residual income. Many Internet marketers use the Internet to make money 24 hours a day. However this by itself is not totally a walk away income. A walkaway income is one that is built so you will continue to get paid in the future even if you do not work right now. Many Internet marketers do have to work on a continual basis to create their income 24 hours a day. A true residual income is one that will continue to be there for you even when you stop working. One of the most popular ways to do this is to build a network marketing business. Residual income has always been a powerful drawing card for starting any MLM business. However in reality many people never actually achieve a residual income with their business. The primary reason for this is most people have trouble sponsoring people into their new business. They also have problems teaching people how to sponsor people therefore they never build a large enough group to eventually walk away from it. In the past many people had trouble sponsoring people because they did not like prospecting them. Calling friends and relatives on the telephone was difficult. So was prospecting in person. The nice thing about the Internet today is you do not have to do any personal prospecting. You can let the system provided by your MLM company do...

What Does a College Diploma Mean Today?

What Does a College Diploma Mean Today? by Connie H. Deutsch   A few decades ago, when a child entered the hallowed halls of higher learning, it was the mark of accomplishment. Most people acknowledged that the student was intelligent and his college diploma would open doors to whatever field he wanted to enter. They also assumed that his earning capacity would be much greater than those who didn’t graduate from college. Of course, that was in the days before Bill Gates blew that kind of thinking out of the water when he left Harvard in his sophomore year to start a company called Microsoft, with Paul Allen.   In the old days, students who weren’t at the top of their class couldn’t have gotten into an Ivy League school unless their family was influential enough to pull strings and/or who had enough money to fund a chair at a university. Nowadays, there are still some parents who are pulling strings and buying college diplomas for their children but it’s hardly necessary anymore. Today you just have to have a decent SAT score and a decent GPA score or even go to a community college for a semester or two and then transfer to a high ranking college. The bar has lowered so much that it makes one wonder what a college diploma means today.   I have had professors tell me that colleges have become a popularity contest. The teachers who don’t assign homework and who give easy tests are the ones who have the largest class enrollments. One of the professors at an Ivy League school even...
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