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I love that being a relationship coach puts me in a space that requires me to focus, to be that calm and guiding light for my clients. My really good friends know this about me, and they are often on the receiving end of my long list of observations in the world of love,dating, and relationships. The Elephant Ninja Ladies especially, I know you’ve seen this before.Speaking of, I wonder if you, the readers, would be so kind as to be on the receiving end of a rant of sorts. The elephant ninja is the person who is at the bar or at a party when someone catches their eye.Amy North is a women's relationship coach and best-selling author from Vancouver, Canada.If that cute trainer at the gym asks you out — You are going to the gym, right?Amy North is a relationship coach and best-selling author from Vancouver, Canada.She specializes in helping women from around the world find and keep the man of their dreams.
Just because you do not like shopping does not mean that you cannot put forth an effort in showing your spouse that you’re interested in what they like.
They will do this a number of times before they get close enough to the person to make conversation. “You Too” Syndrome “I love you.” “I love you too.” “You look really nice.” “You too.” Uh, okay. ” I really want to punch that grin off their face when I hear people say that.
I call them an elephant ninja because they think they are being slick (ninja), but people see it from a mile away (elephant). Relay Team This is the couple that, when walking in public, are walking ten feet from each other. When I see this, I can’t help think but one of two things: 1) The one walking ahead of the other does not want to be seen with their partner, 2) The partner has just resigned themselves to the fact that this is how it is. Perhaps there is sincerity in the “you too,” but I wonder why that is the default response. they are texting others or surfing the net instead of interacting with each other. Sarcastically Seeking Permission “I’d like to but I have to get permission from the boss. Or, when they refer to their spouse or partner as “the wife” as if she’s an inanimate object.
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I think they're a part of an industry that prays on the single and desperate.