Fun Dates at Low Cost!

Written by Celina Richards

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  • Movie atrepparttar 147767 drive-in
    This is a classic hang-out for our parents. However, this doesn’t mean that it’s too old-fashioned for us. At a drive-in you get to watch movies with others, while maintaining privacy in your own car. And you can share you snacks and sodas betweenrepparttar 147768 both of you, have your conversations and not worry about being too noisy to your neighbor. Best of all, you o­nly need to pay for your tickets for this great date.

  • Ice-Skating
    Ice-skating is not just for teenagers or little kids, but is a great way to bring couples together. It’s a great opportunity for you to hold hands, fall down and laugh! And if you are an expert, you can teach her o­ne or two of your ice-skating tricks. She’ll have so much fun she’ll be asking you forrepparttar 147769 next ice-skating date!

  • Surprise! Surprise!
    All girls love surprises. You’ll just have to creative with your surprise ideas and catch her off guard. For example, leave little gifts like key-chains, bookmarks, or even roses accompanied with sweet and short messages. Girls love these small gifts, and although they don’t cost much, they will go a long way.

    Planning a romantic date does not always necessarily have to cost you a lot of money. Using your creativity torepparttar 147770 best effect can actually gain you more points to her heart.

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    Author Bio
    Celina Richards is a counselor and dating coach in private practice since 1995. She offers dating-relationship coaching, singles group coaching and o­ngoing coaching for singles & unmarried couples. She started writing articles to help singles with the knowledge and tools they need to find and sustain lasting relationships.

    Nine Steps to Regaining Self Esteem After Divorce

    Written by Debbie Burgin

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    6. Meet some new people.

    When couples divorce, there may be a feeling amongst some ofrepparttar friends of that couple who feel as though there is a need to take sides. You may find that you will need to meet new people, and take a step back from that even for a short time. Get yourself some friends that you and your ex don’t have in common. My ex and I used to work inrepparttar 147765 same industry, and as a result, we shared a lot ofrepparttar 147766 same business colleagues. So as soon as our relationship ended, I started my own business doing something that wasn’t related in any way, shape or form to what he does for a living. I feel like a zillion bucks .

    7. Find new interests…

    The next step to rebuilding your sense of self-esteem would be to find some new interests. Find something that makes you feel good/better about yourself. Kickboxing. Kickboxing is an amazing way to get rid of certain frustrations, AND introduces you to a new sport (I brought a picture of my ex to my kickboxing class, and taped it torepparttar 147767 heavy bag. It surprised my instructor, but worked wonders for me). If you enjoy being outdoors, you might consider joining a running club, a rowing club, or anything else that allows you to be outdoors while meeting new people.

    8. Make peace with yourself.

    Understand that what happened, for whatever reason that it happened, is done. Over. Let it go. Move on. Whatever kind of bitterness that may have existed when he/she left, is going to have to get lost or it will get inrepparttar 147768 way of your true progress. I know. I did it. Get past it. How do you ‘get past it’? Take time to figure out where you want to be next in your life and be good to yourself. The previous nine steps will help alot.

    Debbie Burgin has been divorced for 5 years, and has flourished in ways she never dreamed since her divorce. "We really need to look at the fact that divorce isn't always a bad thing. It's sad, yes, but some help us grow tremendously". More of Ms. Burgin's divorce, dating advice and articles at where she advises women to "Stop moping! Get out there and live life!"

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