I want to take an opportunity to thank those that have shared thoughts on what I consider to be one of the most perplexing thoughts on this planet. If you are new to this yarn, I invite you to check out part 1 here and/or part 2 here of 'How To Be A Friend To The Opposite Sex' (a summary is provided in part 2 for those that don't need to understand every detail).
In my own admission, I am not a Sociologist, shrink, nor am I a relationship expert. I have had my share of rough dates though, which has compelled me to present this topic in such a way that invites you to be a participant, not just a reader. In doing so, I have enlisted the modern day "Hitch" to step in and share his thoughts about relationships. More specifically, he addresses another perplexing thought:
"Why He Didn't Call You Back"
Let me set this up for you by asking you a few questions:
1. Think about the first encounter with your current (or past) relationship - was it love at first sight?
2. That first date with your boo/dude... was it perfect?
3. Has any ex (or current boo/dude) ever called you 'challenging'? Was it warranted?
Why do I ask? Well, watch this cool vlog - and please let me know your thoughts - we are going to continue to build on this. And yes, I will share my story... in a few... promise.
For the past 10 years, Paul Carrick Brunson has played matchmaker and relationship coach to various friends and family members. After numerous successes in helping those close to him find happy and long lasting relationships, he decided to turn his hobby into a full-fledged business.
Paul’s unparalleled ability for successful matchmaking and coaching comes from really knowing and understanding his clients and their needs. Like his clients, he is cultured, well traveled, well educated and trained – he holds a graduate degree from a top business school and is a certified life coach. His professional career started as an investment banker and most recently included a senior position with a top international investment firm. He is also a philanthropist who co-founded and chairs a foundation called The L10 Project – an organization that leads school rebuilding and revitalization projects in the U.S. and Caribbean.
Paul believes that happy relationships are the foundation of a well functioning society and has a personal desire to reverse some of the dismal marriage statistics among several communities.