"If your dreams cannot be a reality then why do you have the ability to imagine...never give up." ~alicia amie 
 

 

CEO/Founder

Alicia Amie


 

When two heterosexual women or men meet that share common interest they immediately befriend one-another.  Depending on how genuine the two are a bond can be formed that will stand the test of time.  However, so commonly when a man and a woman meet that have undeniable chemistry they immediately want to be more than just friends. 

As humans we have a strong desire to connect to another person and when we think there is a potential prospect we so often jump the gun.  This is the defining moment when Patience is thrown out the window by Impulse.  We are given an inch and we go for the full marathon.  Someone may seem so perfect for us in the beginning and in the end we find out how incomplete the situation truly was.  This is how we create temporary situations.  Instead of simply being friends we move too fast and then suddenly realize that there is no turning back.  So if we can take the time to be friends we can create everlasting relationships. 

When you get to know someone for who they truly are you can learn what type of relationship you should share with that person.  You can form an everlasting relationship as platonic friends or maybe it's the one you choose to spend your life with.

ON THE CONTRARY,ONCE YOU'VE GONE THROUGH COUNTLESS RELATIONSHIPS AND YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU MEET THAT PERSON THAT SEEMS SO PERFECT FOR YOU THAT IT'S EXTREMELY HARD TO ONLY LOOK AT THEM AS A FRIEND? IN FACT, WHAT IF THEY'RE SOMEONE YOU WOULD LOVE TO GIVE YOUR WHOLE HEART TO?

At the end of the day there is never one answer or solution.  On the upside, there is always the right choice for you.  Choose wisely. 


 The Next Best Thing or The Most Available Situation?

 

In life we go from one relationship to another because we think that the grass looks greener on the other side.  The idea is that so many of us are always looking for the next best thing.  But how do we really know when we have truly found The Next Best Thing and not The Most Available Situation?  THE QUESTION ARISES, ARE WE GETTING THE BEST OR ARE WE SETTLING FOR LESS? 

The grass may look greener on the other side but maybe you should allow the relationship to develop before you hop the fence so soon. Take it easy.

 

~aa