Have you seen any of the “Where’s Waldo?” books for kids?

On each page, there’s a drawing of some super-crowded scene. There’s so much going on and so many people doing it. Almost makes your eyes cross.

Amidst that chaos, you’ve got to find Waldo — a geeky-looking pale guy wearing a red-and-white beanie.

Doesn’t seem that hard, right?

You know what the guy looks like going in (he’s on the book cover).

So the whole chase is fun at frst. You’re on a mission to find a familiar face.

Yet you can strain your eyes for several minutes looking for him.

When fun finally turns into frustration, you may want to give up.

Just like in your quest to find Mr. Right (a.k.a. “The One”).

Except this time you don’t even know what he looks like.

And you’re searching among 3+ billion adult men across planet Earth.

Thankfully, you *do* have Law of Attraction on your side. But most of us still aren’t clear about what we want, and we’ve got all sorts of emotional blocks to allowing it in.

The clear evidence? Attracting man after man with the same issues.

After awhile, women start believing all men are like that, so they just start “training” the guy they’re with into compliance.

Which only makes your life (and his) worse.

What’s been your experience with this?

Reply and share. I read every message and promise to reply.

To sharing your life with The One,