Best Confidential London Escort Sites

Wild nights are my favorite type of nights. And it always more interesting if you end a wild night in the arms of a beautiful girl. At least, that is a personal philosophy of mine, and I think that it has done me a lot of good over the years, at least as far as fun is concerned. I want to hire some escorts because I am planning what I hope will be an epic night out. My friend passed me through a text, and I have been checking out the site, and pondering whether I should use this company to hire some escorts from.

I like the part of the name of the website, and in the URL, where it says ‘confidential’ because I know that if I am going to hire some escorts, I definitely would prefer for it to be a confidential matter. (more…)

Guys: How to Have the Ladies Chasing You!

Guys: How to Have the Ladies Chasing You!

Most “regular” guys assume they’ll always have to pursue great women to have any chance with them. But if you learn how to trigger her feelings of attraction and interest, great women will see you as a catch and start chasing you. Here’s how:

1. Stop Courting, Start Attracting

There are two basic models for how men approach meeting women – the “courtship” model and the “attraction” model.  When you court a woman, her natural response is to run. So instead of focusing on how to woo her, focus on sparking her attraction. Courting is what you DO, what you OFFER, and what you GIVE (like gifts, dinners, flowers, compliments). Attraction is how you communicate, who you are, and your masculine identity. Courting is facing the challenge…attraction is BEING the challenge. So start attracting…and you won’t BELIEVE how it can transform your success with women.

2. Use “Reverse Rapport”

“Reverse Rapport” is when you say and do the opposite of what a guy would do who’s trying to make a woman like him…but in a sarcastic, playful way that assumes the woman already knows, likes, and trusts you. How do you do this? Well, one way is to use a sarcastic comment that’s the opposite of what a woman wants to hear. When you do, you’ll create a deep, polarity-charged connection with her that will get her pursuing you in no time flat.

3. Don’t Seek Her Approval

Most men orient themselves by seeking approval of a woman. She leads, they follow…in fact, she’s not even trying to lead, but the man tries to convince her to lead with questions and body language that seek approval. Instead, stay on course, even when she’s all over the map. Show her you’re the kind of man who loves to be the captain of your own ship…and she’ll feel an undeniable attraction to you.

4.Show Her That You Are Different From Other Needy Men

Let’s face it…there are millions of needy, desperate guys out there, so it’s important that you communicate through your behavior that you are NOT one of them. And the best way to do it is to let a woman know that you have a life.

These tips show a woman you are confident, interesting man who doesn’t need her approval to feel good about himself or his life.

How to cope with heartbreak

hearth breakThe breakdown in the fabric of love can make a person feel hurt, especially if the relationship ended abruptly. Surely a broken heart can be deepened and as difficult to cure. Here are some tips to overcome a broken heart due to breakup

1. Disconnect Communication
The first thing that must be done when the new drop out of the couple is not communicating with each other, when communication was done eating would be difficult for us to move on from the former spouse.

2. Stay away from Social Media
Steer clear of social media is the second thing that must be done, with the sophistication of today’s social media technology is a means to communicate, if just dropped out of the couple away from social media becoming mandatory in order to hurt feelings are being experienced not become worse

3. Divide gutted by people in trust
By dividing a feeling of sadness and hurt that is being experienced by people who can trust a friend or friend of a minimum of sadness will be slightly reduced although not disappear completely

4. Do not be Sad Excessive
Breakup will usually experience excessive feelings of sadness. One thing that is often felt by many people after breaking up is feeling lonely, maybe you would think that would live alone forever. when it was thought bad immediately replace your thoughts with more positive things and still have the passion to become better again. Tell yourself that ‘ungkin solitude will last long, but I will bounce back

5. Do not rush to find Substitute
Once someone breakup of the couple will mostly find a replacement in the weeks to vent their grief naturally, his hopes after getting a replacement as soon as possible in order to move on from the previous couple

How To Overcome Possesif Mate

posesifAlways thinking about the couple all the time? Want always know what is being done? Relationship suddenly turned into a nightmare. Such a romantic moment in the relationship is no longer part of your romance. Your lover drowning in suspicion and fear of losing your excessive Yes, if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, you have started a virus possessive partner. Be careful, because this virus will actually keep you from lover.

Attitude full of anxiety is caused by a sense of possessiveness in pairs. possessive always been a nightmare for anyone. The word itself means possessive thoughts and actions to do everything to excess, and so bound. While compulsive disorder is urge or compulsion to do something that would alleviate the discomfort associated with obsessions.

Feelings of anxiety and worry will make people obsessed always wanted to do his habit, that act is repeated, purposeful and intentional. If not done, there is a sense that interfere with the individual.

Initially can occur because people are possessive can not control the urge to constantly think of the pair along them all the time, do not be surprised if they will keep calling his partner, visited the office every day and check all personal accounts. The desire to periodically check is done to eliminate any doubt or anxiety in him.

To deal with such a possessive partner, communication becomes an important key to overcome them. How to ask nicely to the couple, what can be done so that he no longer feels insecure in the relationship. What makes a comfortable pair to undergo? What makes it increasingly believe in yourself? Up to how that should be done together so that confidence is growing and strong ?.

Hopefully this article can help overcome the possessive partner so that the relationship can be harmonious

10 First Date Tips Just For Women

first date tips for women

If it’s been a while since you’ve been on a first date, here are a few pointers to ensure your next one is a success.

10 first date tips just for women:

1. Relax. Don’t put pressure on yourself to be witty, smart or alluring. Don’t get caught up in the version of yourself you wish you were. He wants to date the real you.

2. Dress smart. First impressions matter, yes, but so does comfort. Don’t wear heels to a picnic date, for example. Pick an outfit that makes you feel great, look great, doesn’t reveal too much and is age-appropriate.

3. Show respect. Show up on time, be polite to the waitstaff, and give your date your undivided attention. (Don’t worry. If you don’t hit it off, you don’t have to date him again. But while you’re on the date, show off your social etiquette skills.)

4. Turn off your phone. Your friends and Twitter followers are not invited on the date.

5. Let him lead. If he wants to pay, let him pay. (Note: If you offer to split the bill, be prepared to actually split the bill. Don’t play games.) Remember that he’s likely nervous and is trying to figure out first-date rules, too. You’ll have plenty of time in the future to figure out gender-role stuff if you develop a relationship. In the meantime, respect his wishes to lead. Let him follow up after the date, too.

6. Be decisive. Hemming and hawing all night — “I don’t know, what do you think? What do you want to do? It’s your call.” — isn’t attractive. If your date gives you options, pick one.

7. Be present. Show interest in your date and be an active listener. Don’t let it be all about you. (If you talk non-stop when you’re nervous, try to be aware of this and intentionally refocus the conversation on him.)

8. Address the elephant in the room. If something feels awkward, if you wish you could take back something you said, or if your mind just went blank and you can’t remember your mom’s name, speak up. By acknowledging that your brain just failed you, you’ll be breaking the ice and making him more comfortable, too.

9. Establish boundaries. Be careful to not share too much on a first date. This isn’t an arranged marriage; you’ll have second and third dates to share more. Be clear about physical boundaries if he’s over-eager. Sex on a first date is never, ever a good idea.

10. Don’t drink too much. A glass of wine is fine, but try to get to know each other sober. You can always drink on your honeymoon.

Guys: Your Brain on a Date

understanding a man and what he is thinking

Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “Men are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own minds.”

Thoughts are filters that color experience and bend perception to fit our preconceived view of things, positive or negative. That’s because we tend to see only what we expect to see, and pursue only what conforms to that vision. Taking charge of your mind is a powerful way to create the life—even the love life—you want.

Furthermore, the brain is a computer. It is possible to have too many applications (thoughts) running at once, particularly in a stressful situation like dating. The result is that your main objective—to relax and enjoy getting to know someone new—gets bogged down in other thoughts jostling for attention.

If your dating life is disappointing, you are not a victim of anything but your own thinking. Here are four examples of how your thoughts can hamper successful dating:

1. Thinking predominately about sex. You might as well admit it: On a date, thoughts about sex enter your mind. A part of your brain is imagining scenarios, inventing strategies, and indulging fantasies. Within reason, of course, there is nothing wrong with that. It is a natural part of being male—and you couldn’t turn it off if you tried. But like anything, too much is, well, too much. For one thing, a woman’s thought process will likely lead her to think: “Is sex all he is interested in?” If you let your thoughts about sex upstage everything else, you run the risk of giving her that idea, whether it is true or not. In addition, if you are still on your first few dates with her, too much thinking about sex is probably premature. It’s like driving across country and focusing on turns that are still a hundred miles away. Do that and you are likely to miss the ones right in front of you.

2. Thinking about keeping your romantic options open. The best dates occur when your thoughts are focused completely on the one woman you’re with; the worst dates often happen when your thoughts roam BEYOND the woman you’re with. In short, you’re flirting with disaster if you’re flirting with other women. On a date, a woman wants to feel she has your undivided attention. No matter how discreet you think you are, when you “check out” other women in the room, she will notice. It sends a clear signal you are not interested primarily in her, but are keeping your options open. To avoid this mistake, make sure your eyes focused on your date and mind stays focused on what she says.

3. Thinking about the image you project. When it comes to mate selection, modern men are closer to males of other species—posturing and chest beating—than to Elizabethan poets reciting sonnets. The point is, on a date, a lot of a man’s mental energy goes into putting on a good show, projecting attractive “maleness.” That’s not a bad thing. But what sets you apart from our wild kingdom cousins is your ability to temper instincts and control thoughts. Posturing might get you the date, but what she’s really interested in now is what lies beneath it. Calm your mind and let her see who you really are.

4. Wondering if she is fitting you for a tuxedo. While women need to guard against plugging their date into a mental supercomputer and calculating the probability that he’s Mr. Right, men must watch out for the opposite: being ready to run for the exit at the first hint of captivity. Particularly in the early stages of a new relationship, you like to feel that all your options remain open and are sensitive to the possibility that doors to your future are being closed without your consent. Your brain appoints itself as watchman and is hyper alert for breaches in the perimeter. How exhausting, distracting—and unnecessary!

The truth is, no one is in charge of your life and choices but you. Affirming that for yourself allows you to relax and appreciate the moment for what it is: the chance to enjoy the company of someone new. Your brain on a date can be friend or foe. You get to decide which.

Hidden Reasons You’re Attracted to Her


Any man looking for a woman will want an answer to this question: How does attraction work? Is it really the mysterious, capricious force it often appears to be?

Clearly, the math of attraction is not as simple as advertisers would have us believe. In their world, X (the right clothes and cologne) + Y (the right car and career) = Z (guaranteed romance). Actual experience more closely resembles the exasperating equations of quantum physics — where X, Y and Z all seem to have a mind of their own — and may or may not even exist the moment you turn your back on them.

Carl Jung nailed it when he proposed that unconscious processes account for as much as 90 percent of our decision-making. In other words, most of the time what motivates our choices is beyond our conscious thinking and awareness. The good news is, it doesn’t have to remain that way. Scientists have begun to piece together the puzzle of what happens the moment you meet someone new and what trips the switch of electric attraction…or not.

Understanding why you are attracted to one woman and not another is worthwhile for two reasons. First, when searching for meaningful romance, wouldn’t it be nice to know exactly where the buttons are — in your potential partner and yourself — and how to push them? Second, if there are clues that predict you will probably never get the fuse lit on a particular relationship, wouldn’t you like to recognize them soon enough to save yourself unnecessary heartache? Can’t dating involve less alchemy and more science for a change?

Research suggests the answer is yes. It shouldn’t be a big surprise that much of the unseen action of attraction is tied to your senses, including these:

1. The Nose Knows. It is estimated that humans can distinguish about 10,000 scents, an astonishing number considering that our eyes can only differentiate 250-300 colors. Many of those smells trigger responses we aren’t aware of. For instance, in men and women, compounds called major histocompatibility complex (MHC) molecules play a vital role in our immune system, governing things like blood type and organ transplant compatibility. They are also thought to influence mate selection in a way that prevents too much genetic similarity in potential parents — a very good thing. That information is passed along via scents.

In one experiment, women were asked to smell T-shirts worn by men for two nights (without deodorant) and to pick the ones they “liked” most. By far, the women most often chose shirts worn by men whose MHC footprint was the least like their own, unknowingly filtering them for reproductive compatibility.

Such subliminal exchanges of information may explain why a single kiss can either cement the attraction between potential lovers or have the opposite effect. Your MHC molecules simply don’t lie.

2. The Eyes Have It. When meeting a woman for the first time — or considering someone you’ve known for a while in a new light — you are receiving and processing visual cues without your knowledge. One criterion under unconscious consideration is “facial symmetry.” Many studies have shown that we find people more attractive when one side of their face more closely mirrors the other. One possible reason: estrogen and testosterone may play a key role in facial development during adolescence, perhaps signaling genetic advantage.

In addition, the ratio of hip and waist size appears to trigger attraction in both men and women, possibly transmitting information about reproductive viability. Our innate sense of “beauty” may encode information about who is most likely to carry our genes forward.

3. Music to Our Ears. Experiments reveal that women find men with deep voice pitch more attractive, while men favor females with higher voices. Interestingly, the pitch of a woman’s voice varies throughout her monthly cycle, elevating during ovulation.

4. Memory Lane. It is common for attraction to be triggered by unconscious association with relationships long past, because we never fully recover from first love. Again, your senses are calling the shots — like when someone new wears the same perfume as your first girlfriend; when her laugh sounds just like a woman you once loved; when her hair color reminds you of the girl you had a crush on in sixth grade. Just be sure that present-day attraction has a foundation in the here and now as well.

If all of this makes you feel that the odds of finding lasting romance are worse than you thought, think again! The encouraging news in modern research is that biology is on your side, helping you find exactly the right mate for you.

Nine Things No One Tells You About Getting a Divorce


Even when ending your marriage is the right choice, it’s still hard — and not always in the way that you expect it to be. We all know that about half of marriages end in divorce, but not a single one of us ever thinks it will happen to us — which is why it can feel all the more unreal and heartbreaking when it does. In those early days, especially, it’s easy to feel like you won’t get through the next hour — let alone the whole day. Here’s what we wish we’d known.

1. You’re Braver Than You Know

You’re going to hear a lot of people telling you that you’re taking the easy way out and that you should suck up all the hurt and sadness because you took vows or because it’s better for the kids. Ignore them. It takes a huge amount of courage to stand up and demand a better life for yourself, your kids, and, yes, even your ex. Making a change is always harder than sticking with the status quo, so be proud of yourself. As for the kids: They deserve to have happy parents who can actually be present for them — and they deserve the chance to see what a healthy relationship looks like so they have a shot at having one someday, too.

2. Telling the Kids Will Be One of the Hardest Moments in Your Life…and You’ll Have to Explain It More Than Once

When it’s time to tell the kids, share the news together. Try not to demean or blame each other. And if it’s within your means, get advice ahead of time from a therapist. How the children react will, of course, depend on their age and temperament, but be prepared for anger, tears, screaming or even silence. They may blame one of you outright (rightly or wrongly). They may blame themselves (the hardest). And if they’re older toddlers or young preschoolers, there’s a good chance they’re not going to get it right away. Which means you’ll have some version of this conversation again and again.

3. Once News is Out, People Will Tell You They’ve Had a Bad Feeling About Him for Eons

You’ll ask them why they never said anything before. They’ll say, “Oh, you know, I didn’t feel like it was my place,” or “I didn’t think it would change anything…you were so in love with him.” Both may be perfectly true, but having this information now isn’t helpful or supportive. Feel free to say as much.

4. Friends Will Disappear and/or Take Sides

Obviously, you enter every relationship with your friends and his friends, and when you split, your people go with you. What’s harder is dealing with friendships you genuinely shared. For a while, you may still see each other solo, but as time goes on, some of those relationships will fade. Divorce makes people uncomfortable, and sometimes, it’s easier for them not to be around it. As unfair as that is and as hard as it may be to let go, it may be for the best. Surround yourself with people can see you for you — divorce and all.

5. You May Cry Spontaneously (And That’s Okay)

The trigger could be anything: A family walking down the street. A pregnant woman. A co-worker announcing her engagement. Or the fact that the dumb cable people are three hours late and why can’t something just go right?! Go ahead and let it out. You’ll feel better. And look, there are some things you might just not feel like doing for a while, especially if it involves celebrating someone’s marriage or baby. Try to go anyway. Yes, you’ll need to put your game face on but your friends, who’ve been there for you, still need you there for them.

6. You Must Find Ways to Be Kind to Yourself

Divorce comes with a tremendous amount of guilt, and it’s going to be very, very easy to blame yourself for, well, pretty much everything. Number one: It’s not all your fault. Nobody chooses to end a marriage unless they’ve wrung their heart dry with trying. So as you move forward and try to take care of everything and everyone else, remember to take care of yourself. Spend time with friends. Go for walks. Splurge on a spa day. And if you’re really struggling, don’t hesitate to see a therapist. Getting a totally objective point of view can be incredibly validating and reassuring.

7. Seeing Your Kids on a Schedule Will Feel Completely Wrong

And then you’ll all get used to the new normal. Whether you opt for 50/50 custody or a more traditional see-Dad-on-the-weekend schedule, there are going to be days in your week when you don’t get to put your child to bed or be there to wake him up. (Some clueless people will say, “Oh, but at least you get a built-in break!” Once again, ignore them. This is not the way you hoped to get a break from your kids.) You’ll miss them and the house will feel empty, but after a while the schedule simply becomes life.

8. You Will Eventually Want to Date. And It Will Be Weird, But Insanely Fun

Without even realizing it, your vibe is going to change. You may be out with a few friends and suddenly find yourself talking with a guy. And flirting. And depending on how many drinks you’ve had, perhaps making out like a couple of college kids. Yes, you of the two kids and minivan and “broken marriage.” And why not?! Be a kissing bandit for while. Go out on lots of dates. Be responsible and safe, but have tons of fun and enjoy the attention.

9. Divorce Is a Thousand Little Goodbyes

You’ll get through all the big stuff — telling the kids, someone moving out, taking off your rings, packing away the wedding pictures, signing the papers (each their own kind of hell) — and think, “Okay, it’s finally over.” But then you miss the first family event with your former in-laws or your child spends his first holiday without you. You’ll have to catch your breath all over again. When you marry someone, you can’t help but imagine decades of events and moments that you’ll share together and as a family. So it’s only natural that you’ll mourn them when they’re gone. Give yourself a little space to take it in and then let it go. You’re already creating new memories and new traditions — and this new branch of your family history will be just as rich and full as you’d hoped.