January 8, 2010, Newsletter Issue #305: Lifting Others Up

Tip of the Week

Have you ever dated someone who made you want to be the very best you can be? Such a person is the type of a person that we all seek in dating relationships. If you want to assess your dating relationship, ask yourself these questions:

1) Does this person inspire me to be a better person?
2) Does this person let me lift him/her up?
3) Do I feel good around this person?
4) Does this person want to be better because of their association with me?

If you can answer yes to these questions, you have a dating partner who is good for you and your relationship.

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