Monday, November 24, 2014

Mondays with Martha

Thanksgiving is almost here. Martha's Singles hopes all of you have a Wonderful Thanksgiving Day! Many enjoy their family and friends sharing dinner and all the extra trimmings. They Give Thanks on this Most Special Holiday. 

However there are singles, single men and women, single parents who don't have family or their family live far away so they're spending the day alone.

 Ask your single friends, business associates and coworkers what they're doing for Thanksgiving. If they have no plans, this is the perfect time to set another chair or chairs at the table. Divorce, losing a loved one, or just being single without a significant other can be difficult during the Holidays. An invitation to Thanksgiving Dinner to people you know that just don't have extended family will add to the day for everyone. 

For all the singles out there, Enjoy yourself on Thanksgiving and everyday! Live your life to the fullest. Make plans and remember love may be just around the corner.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Yesterday, Martha's Singles celebrated the One Year Anniversary of Social Circles! It was a great party. Lots of fun was had. We enjoyed the company of our single friends and made new friendships. There was plenty of snacks and drinks. The cake was delicious. Everyone received a Goodie Bag. Thank you to those who brought something to the party. It was much appreciated by everyone. 

At Social Circles there's always a Topic relevant to singles. Whether you're divorced, widowed or never married, you can take away something that will help you in your dating life. We mingle and talk. Lively discussions. All ages are welcome.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Mondays with Martha

Whether you're a single parent or married with children; Keep the Romance! You've mastered the play-date, but now it's time for the date-date. 
Singles, Don't let children stop you from making the most of the dating pool! Marrieds, Remember why you got married.
For single parents: Younger kids are more pliable than older kids to accepting a new person in their parent's life. Your kids may have mixed feelings about you dating. Smart single parents don’t let their children dictate their personal lives, but they do listen and give serious consideration to how the children feel. Always talk to them throughout your dating experience, especially as relationships become more serious. Benefits for you are you have an adult companion and someone who can help balance your life. 
For all parents: A happy fulfilled person is a better parent. Love being a mom or dad and although it is wonderful it is not all that defines you.
So whether you're single or married with kids don't neglect your love life! Take care of yourself, your health and frame of mind. Relax, Have fun! Keep up with appearances. When you look good you feel good.
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Monday, November 10, 2014

Mondays with Martha

Some truths about dating:  Amazing first kisses and hearing the ‘text received’
noise and seeing it is actually is from your crush are some great things about dating. 
Being stood up and feeling frustrated that you haven’t met someone in a while are some hard 
things about dating. If the cons are outweighing the pros right now, here's some encouragement:
If you're doing a great job dating:
  • You’re not worried about the "what ifs". What if you had gone on a third date with that guy you were lukewarm on? What if you had gone to that party instead of staying in to read a book? The answers don't matter. You’re thinking ahead.
  • You know what you want–even if you're not getting it. Friends and family will have their say. Don’t let them. You’ll never reach your goal if you don’t know what it is. 
  • You’re keeping an open mind. No defeatist proclamations about there being no good single people left and how you’re going to die alone. Just because the last date didn’t work out, doesn’t mean the next one won’t. Stay positive.
  • You’re doing a pretty good job getting over your ex. Even if thoughts of him or her come to you in the middle of your day, it doesn’t matter. It's kind of haunting you but you’re still looking forward.
  • You are not your dating life. You’re a lot more than what’s going on in that one department of your life. You have friends you go out with, you just started a new project at work, and you have your personal interests. All together it doesn’t seem so bad after all.
 If what you're doing isn't working give Martha a call
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Monday, November 3, 2014

Mondays with Martha

Singles, Want to  make a love connection?
When you're out, Notice the opposite sex. Whether you're at a club or the supermarket; smile, talk to people, be friendly.

 For Women: Don't let the rain keep you home. Don't let "I look too fat" stop you. Don't let going out by yourself stop you. (When you come to my events, you're never alone) When you do show up at a singles venue, Don't flock together like a gaggle of geese so absorbed in conversation that you appear not to be interested in men. Look up and around the room. Make eye contact. FLIRT! 

What the guys tell me is that women aren't looking at them or showing any interest. It appears to them that you gals are having a grand old time without them. Show them interest. Smile at them and Be Approachable. I understand that your smile or nod may not be returned but to the right one it will be.

  For Men: If you see a woman that you may be interested in, Approach! If you get up to bat and strike out, you try again. Women don't want to be rejected and neither do you. But you are the men. Women still want men to be men. So take the chance. You can miss an opportunity you'll never get again.

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