Flirting Basics - Aug 31 2009

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Happy Autumn!
Greetings, everyone! I hope that you are excited about heading back to school or back into a fall season! No matter what your age, fall is the perfect time to work on learning new skills and improving your life. We all want to get better at something. Take one step in the new direction and get your life in gear!

I've added a brand new area to the RomanceClass website - on personality types. Are you type A or type B? Are you an Idealist or an Artisan? Learn what category you fall into, and how to benefit from your skills!

Even better, learn what the people around you are, and how to deal with their little quirks. I even have pages on dealing with problem personalities. If you have a problem person in your life, let me know what they are like and I'll give you some suggestions on dealing with them!

Personality Types

Flirting Basics
Whether you're 13 or 113, you want to be liked. Flirting is a key part of having fun with people and enjoying contact and conversation. How do you get started? The key is to PRACTICE. Don't wait until you're in the hallway with The Guy and then try out a flirting technique for the very first time. If you've never done it before, you'll be nervous and tense!

Instead, practice flirting ALL the time. Flirt with random people you meet. Start low key, of course. The important thing is to practice. Remember, flirting isn't serious. You're not saying you want to marry the mailman. You're simply having fun and enjoying life. The more you practice - on any random person who comes along - the more prepared you'll be when it really counts!

The Basics of Flirting

Today's Tip
People sometimes see stress as a dark, powerful force that grinds you down. Stress can actually be good for you! It encourages you to reach deep within yourself and really try your best. The important thing is how you react to stress. Give your body the best chance it has to deal with the situation. Get lots of sleep, eat healthy foods. Surround yourself with people who support you and encourage you. Weed out the people who deliberately tease or discourage you - even if they say "It's Only for Fun". The more you get yourself healthy and well supported, the more you can take on fantastic new opportunities and thrive!

Remember - you ARE worth having friends who really care about you!

Forward this message to a friend, because we all could use a bit less stress in our world!

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