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For the mature single woman who refuses to settle







 

 

       

 
Suzette Vearnon
 | author | innovator | leader of STATISTICS BE DARNED
creator of the MusicMathTM Approach to Dating | and high performing purpose-driven, dream-driven, success-driven happily married woman



 
YOU DESERVE LOVE! 


You deserve laughter.  A great love is a joy-filled one.  There is a smile and laugh that transcends
the temporary and becomes a celebratory feeling that rises from your soul.

You deserve opulence.  A great love is enriched. There is a fullness and splendor
to loving and being loved.

You deserve viability.  A great love thrives.  It's its own ecosystem, capable of sustaining your life. You feel more alive and more yourself.

You deserve eros.  A great love is fiercely intimate.  It's a celebration of your sexuality and attractiveness, not merely for procreation or in response to a drive. Rather, it allows you to be
uninhibited with another.  






YOU DESERVE LIFE!


You deserve liberation.  A great life is one where you feel ALIVE!  You are no longer tied to the opinions of others or roles that don't suit you. You are free to live your life on your terms.

You deserve inspiration.  A great life is an exciting life.  You awaken every morning excited about your day and the Higher Vibration to which you have been called to live.

You deserve fulfillment.  A great life is fulling and meaning.  There is now meaning to the why's of your life and a strong sense of Purpose to what you do.

You deserve economic power.  A great life is one where money supports all the above. Money
is your ally.  It is no longer your taskmaster. Debt is no longer your jailer.  Bills are no longer your warden.

(If you're a GROWN WOMAN who wants GROWN UP LOVE, check out my blog, The Enough Factor: The Grown Woman's Guide To Great Love)



Never mind what the statistics say about love. First, you probably weren't included
 in the study. Secondly, Love doesn't read statistics.


GET CLEAR!


Every life has a sound.  What sound is your life making? What sound are your relationships making?  What song has yet to be sung?   

 

The answer to any question in your life is within you
just waiting to be discovered.
 

Ask about my MusicMathTM Approach to Dating and Relating


According to statistics
 
The percentage of women never married experienced a sharp climb after 1980 (U.S. Census Bureau)

In 2009, ABC News referenced 1.8 million more black women than black men. "So even if every black man in America married a black woman today, one out of 12 black women still wouldn't make it down the aisle if they hoped to marry a Black man. (Lindsey Davis and Hana Karar). 

If you're a single woman serving in the U.S. military, you're more than 200 percent more likely to get married than single civilian women are. Emily Hull (2007): Military Service and Marriage: A Review of Research. 

And who can forget this epic line from Newsweek's 1986 cover story, 
The Marriage Crunch, "Women over 40 are 'more likely to be killed by a terrorist' than find a husband."  Not quite as riot-inciting but equally dismal, the The U.S. Census Bureau confirmed that the probability of college-educated women marrying at age 30 was 60 percent, and 23 percent at age 40 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, October 2013: Monthly Labor Review). 
 

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How I Changed the Way I Dated And Got The Man.mp3
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Suzette Vearnon,
May 5, 2015, 9:09 AM