Act As If – Follow-Up
By Gina • Jun 5th, 2012
In April, I wrote http://rulesdreamgirl.com/and-the-winner-is/post and received a lot of great feedback. Most of you loved it but I did receive a few emails from some ladies needing clarification on Acting As If.
So here goes…
When my mentors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider first unveiled this concept in their first book “The Rules”, they were speaking of optimism vs. pessimism. It wasn’t meant to be sinister or fictional. They were simply telling women to put on a happy face and know you’re worth even if your special guy has yet to appear.
They wanted us to have that glow about us because we’re so confident in our womanhood and not pining away for some lover that barely remembers our last name.
Mr. Wonderful will be our partner and not our crutch. If he happens to hang out with his friends for more than an hour, we won’t text him every 30 minutes asking him if he misses us. Don’t get me wrong, you may need to see this man that’s so busy with his buddies but you choose to act as if you have a life instead.
When one acts as if, you are never desperate even though, you feel lonely at times.
When one acts as if, she doesn’t ask for his number, add him on Facebook and/or Twitter. She lets him ask her first.
When one acts as if, she knows she’s the belle of the ball even if she’s home for the night.
When one acts as if, she knows that if he’s not into are then there will be others that will.
When one acts as if she knows that she has a disability but she defies the odds, accepts herself and does whatever she wants to do!
So friends, I hope this post has cleared up this life changing approach to romance! If not, just write me, I’d be happy to discuss it more!
And now you know.