Love: A galaxy far, far away
Wed, 04 Jul 2012 8:53a.m.
By Sasha Madarasz of Two’s Company
One of my best friends used to be nicknamed ‘Dark Side Dana’.
Everything in her world was one step away from destruction and when things actually did go bad, I would have rather swim off the coast of South Africa than listen to her rants. She was painful. Her outlook on life was filthy.
Then one day, it all magically changed. To be fair, she wasn’t always so bleak; her grey skies rolled in during her divorce and lasted for seven years.
She is successful, dangerously hot, smart, funny, and possesses a number of great qualities. But what she was - and is - is lonely.
I guess she’s finally gotten tired of loneliness. She recently made the decision to do something about it; to stay positive in her motives, and lo and behold she is now a weapon of greatness.
My name is Sasha and I run Two’s Company, an Introduction Agency for successful, intelligent single people. I believe humans are social by nature and group together by instinct. Think about it; teams, concerts, corporations, bars, gangs, tribes, night clubs, cruises – all these things require more people than Han Solo. Grouping makes us comfortable in being.
Coupledom is the lovely sister of grouping, and is a natural craving for most humans. We want a partner. Having a lover and best friend by your side to help shoulder some of the harder hits of life and take witness to the brilliant bits is simply a fantastic thing. Sadly, it isn’t always a simple task to find a partner.
Not only that, sometimes finding a partner then losing that partner can turn you off from the whole process so much that you choose solidarity as your companion. This is what happened to Darth Dana, and I am a first-hand witness to this being an unhealthy choice if taken long-term.
So what can you do if you’re jaded by your love mishaps? Well, you can learn to get over it like Dana did.
I’m not being flippant - heartbreak is debilitating. But at some point you must take the steps to heal. This takes time, and the process is different for everyone, but it’s doable. Over 1 billion people worldwide can testify to that. In saying that, it’s definitely not the right time to be looking for a partner if you’re hating on love.
If you have just exited a relationship, take a breather, bash a few punching bags, and lay low until you turn your brain inside out. Just make sure you aren’t marinating in your sadness too long. At some point, your focus needs to be to flip the script on your love life.
Your destiny is not a loveless existence. You deserve to have that ridiculous smile on your face that only comes from having an amazing day (and maybe night) with someone who ignites every warm spot in your soul.
And how do you get to the place where you have those loved-up feelings and lusty pep in your step? Well, you have to believe in love and search it out…again. And that’s where I come in.
I have hundreds of singles on my books. They have all researched Two’s Company, met with me and paid me because they genuinely want to meet someone with a long-term relationship in mind. They come to me because they would rather die than have their photo on the internet or walk into a dinner for eight and bump into a client, colleague or neighbour. I can help you return to the dating world and come one step closer to being a happy partner to an equally happy counterpart. It’s time to get back out there.
Let my friend’s story be a lesson to all dumped, dark, and brooding singles; Don’t go to the Dark Side. Come back to the dating side.
To find out more about how Two’s Company can help you meet the right singles visit www.twoscompany.co.nz or phone Sasha 0800-021-522.
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17/07/2012 7:54:46 p.m.
It seems this author only rights about wealthy and successfull people?
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