My name is Naomi Miller – a marriage and relationship consultant, M.A in psychology and author. Over the past 12 years, I have been researching and working with some amazing, well known, relationship experts, life coaches and psychologists from ALL OVER THE WORLD.
Through a long process of experimentation, documentation and interviewing hundreds of women, I have developed a proven 5-step system for meeting, attracting, and building a meaningful relationship with the man that you’ve always wanted.
My life, and the lives of thousands of other women worldwide have been forever changed as a result of my discovery…
Whatever your reasons are, I’ve created my Meet & Keep The Right Man™ course with YOU in mind, so that you will get impressive results FAST…
If you are like most women I know, you’ve dreamed of this. Like most of us, you want to find a real partner, someone you can share your happiest and saddest moments with. Someone, who never gets tired of hearing how your day went by; that on your birthday is ready to go to the end of the world to get you the flowers that you like; a partner that is here to listen, to share, and to offer a comforting and supportive shoulder.
Sometimes, you might find yourself asking: "Why have I not found him yet? What can I do to attract and get the man that I want? What different am I from the millions of happy women that enjoy good relationships with their partners?" The truth is, you’re not that different from these women. You’re not less intelligent, less beautiful or less supportive than most happily married women.
The reason why you have not been able to get the man of your dreams is not because you are not good enough. You are still struggling to attract and keep the right partner, because you have been unconsciously using the wrong pattern (behaviors, thoughts, emotions) when it comes to your relationship with men. You have probably been making several critical mistakes in the way you select, approach, behave and communicate with men.
Let me describe several situations for you and ask whether you have experienced something similar. I need you to be honest and open with yourself as you answer them.
You have met a wonderful guy and you both shared strong chemistry. You haven’t yet discussed the nature of your relationship with him, but it’s obvious that you’re more than just a one-night stand for him. He called you again, spent several long evenings with you and was utterly considerate, gentle and thoughtful.
As time went by, it seemed odd that he still hasn’t introduced you to any of his friends and you are still not sure whether you should include him in your next vacation plans. You don’t even know whether you can call him "my boyfriend". Yet, you haven’t conducted any relationship talk, because you didn’t want to be one of those needy girls. You stayed in that relationship until it all blew apart.
Maybe he told you he was going for a long vacation without you, or maybe you have offered him to join you and a couple of married friends for a romantic weekend together and he denied your suggestion as being inappropriate. You felt you had nothing to lose so you asked how did he see your relationship. He answered that he didn’t quite knew. He thought you two were ‘going with the flow’. You offered him some time to think about it and he agreed. You have lowered the frequency of phone calls and the meetings. But as long as you were patient, the relationship stayed stuck. As soon as you became demanding, he grew apart. After a while, he just disappeared.
You have met an utterly charming man. He was handsome, successful, bright, witty and full of confidence in the good sense of the word. Your first conversation was going great and you felt you have known each other for decades. He knew where to take you to, what to order for you and made you laugh out loud.
At the end of the evening he insisted on paying the bill. You anxiously waited for the next time you two would meet. But there was no next time. He simply did not call again. You didn’t want to be a leech, but after 3 days of silence you picked up the phone and called him just to ask what was going on. At first he did not answer. When he finally did – he had said you were wonderful and that he really had a good time with you, but he just didn’t feel ready for a relationship at the moment. You said you weren’t so ready yourself and maybe you should give each other a chance – but he insisted on saying it was pointless.
You have met the perfect guy. He was all you have ever dreamed he could be. You decided to play it safe and go by the book. You didn’t call him to make him feel he was holding the wheel. You didn’t pressure to schedule a meeting because you wanted it to come from him. You waited enough time until you had sex with him, just to look more serious and less available. For a whole month you were living in a dream. You thought you had finally understood how things work. Then, one day he told you that he was sorry, but he wasn’t in love with you. It just wasn’t "it”, not because of you, but because of him.
If any of the above situations is familiar to you, don’t be discouraged. Things of that nature have happed to most… Read more…