Born and raised in Southern California, Lisa suffered through the pain of being a divorced Catholic in the early 1990s.
After seven years of intense struggle, spiritual growth, personal triumphs, and finally remarriage in the church and the birth of three miracle children, her one desire was to help others who were suffering find hope and healing.
And remember: Just like you and Ryan Gosling are never “If he was truly into her, he might try to change the subject or say something negative about her just to throw you off track.” So if he claims this woman is awesome, take it at face value—and mention that you’d love to meet her sometime.
It is important to you to point out others’ faults. You interrupt someone who is speaking to make sure your views are heard. You get upset and withdraw from the conversation when someone teases you. If someone politely declines spending time with you, you spend the next two weeks trying to figure out what’s wrong with you instead of believing the reason why he or she declined. For example, if you find it difficult to laugh at yourself, remember the words of the very wise (and funny) Father James Martin who wrote “humor is attractive.” What about the habit of pointing out other people’s faults?Professor Chick added: 'The fact that the subjects tended to rank 'sense of humour,' 'fun loving' and 'playful' at or near the top of the list of 16 characteristics does not mean that the mates they have selected or will select will actually exhibit these traits.There’s a scientific reason why husbands and wives often feel like they’re having completely different conversations. Keeping in mind that no one is perfect and all of us could use some attitude adjustments from time to time, you might want to think about making some changes if you recognize yourself in two or more of these factors.If you have a specific prayer intention you can submit it at Lisa Duffy. Author and speaker Lisa Duffy has 20 years of both personal and professional experience in helping others deal with their divorces.