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Helen Seporsky - Get Laid Guide (202.0 Kb eBook)
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Many people are lonely, or just missing out on meeting people of the opposite sex because they do not know where or how to approach them. The chapters presented here offer thoughts on the development of mutually satisfying relationships. They are based largely on the reading and experience of the author and as such are not intended to be a definitive discourse on the topics covered. The comments are offered as something to think about in an age when great pressures are placed on both men and women in their efforts to play re... More >>>
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Many people are lonely, or just missing out on meeting people of the opposite sex because they do not know where or how to approach them. The chapters presented here offer thoughts on the development of mutually satisfying relationships. They are based largely on the reading and experience of the author and as such are not intended to be a definitive discourse on the topics covered. The comments are offered as something to think about in an age when great pressures are placed on both men and women in their efforts to play responsible roles in family life. More radical elements press women to forego their femininity for across the board equality with men. They see men as the adversary to be attacked and defeated. At the other extreme there are those who believe men should be the sole providers at a time when one income families are becoming more and more disadvantaged.
Men and women, therefore, no longer have the security of a definite role in life which all of society approves for them. On the other hand, they now have more freedom to chart their own course, and live according to principles, which ring true to their own inner convictions. The evaluation of the many different avenues open to them, however, can cause confusion, and the aim of the author is to make people aware of their choices and, hopefully, to guide them to make the critically important choice of a life-partner on a sound and rational basis.
A glance in a dictionary tells that to seduce is to lead astray or to entice to a surrender of chastity. Viewed in this light it is not exactly a praiseworthy path to follow. Seduction is, however, a widely practiced art in Australia. An unfortunately high proportion of single men attempt this selfish art with no deeper feelings for their female companions. But isn't that what women are looking for? They want to be loved don't they? Yes, women do want to love and be loved. However, there are two facets of male/female love. Sexual passion or it's fulfillment is known as love, but so too is regarding someone with affection. It is this second meaning that your girlfriend has in mind when she cries out for love. Girls who would be content with a life of "one night flings" are in the absolute minority. I don't know any, do you? From this you must deduce that the gentle art of seduction is unethical unless it is the pre-planned forerunner of the selfless act of loving. - Helen Seporsky
Helen Seporsky has been a freelance journalist since 2006. Her work has consistently been of the highest order. She has proactively pitched articles and produced high quality work to tight deadlines. With excellent research skills and an ever-growing network of contacts she has sourced and conducted high-profile interviews with key figures in the fashion, beauty and music industries.
Helen Seporsky about herself:
I'm passionate about many subjects and will write extensively about any of them. Current things that fascinate me include the psychology and ideas behind the fashion/pickup scenes, the natural world, and now that I am seeing a lot of the world through my work as a model- travelling.
I keep a regularly updated my blog where I write about my life and post up my latest pictures and outtakes. I am also working on two novels, one of my ambitions being to have them published.
In my first year studying Creative Writing at university, I was spotted by a talent scout and began a career in alternative modelling (while constantly pinching myself!) Over the next three years, my passion grew and I now bridge many genres, including fashion, fetish and art-nude- where my pale skin and waist-length red hair have become my trademarks.
To discuss a project with me, send me a message via my contacts page and I'll try to respond within a day or two. (If I'm travelling this may take a little longer)