Finding Mr. Right is Harder Than It Looks
The percentage of women over 30 who have never married is high for Blacks and U.S.-born Hispanics with one out of two chance of never getting married. Asian women have a two out of five chance of never getting married, while White women have a seven out of ten chance of getting married.
(Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Finding Mr. Right is harder than it seems for professional women of color. What is the secret to finding true love? The Relationship Plan shares the secret for women to find and nurture their true soul mate.
Twenty-three years ago, Newsweek magazine caused uproar among single working women when it published a controversial article predicting that professional women over the age of 30 had a 3 in 100 chance of getting married. They said that women over 40 had a better chance of getting killed by a terrorist than of getting married. Those numbers were way off.
It’s not that bad, but it seems women over 30, especially women of color, do have a harder time finding someone to marry.
The percentage of women who have never married is high for Blacks and U.S.-born Hispanics with a 50 percent chance of never getting married. Asian women have a two out of five chance of never getting married, while Caucasian women have a seven out of ten chance of getting married.
Entrepreneur Shannon O’Brien created the Relationship plan as a system to empower single women to filter out the wrong men and attract and identify “Mr. Right”.
“Too many women do not have the ability to weed out ‘bad men’ and spend their time with ‘good’ men, said Shannon O’Brien, a successful entrepreneur, wife, mother, and motivational speaker.
According to O’Brien, too many women are so hurt by previous bad relationships that they walk around with a “leave me alone” scowl on their face, and then wonder why only undesirable men approach them.
“The Relationship Plan teaches women to create a plan of action to leverage their personal assets, project a positive self-image and identify the risks associated with investing their time in a prospective suitor,” says O’Brien. “Is he Mr. Right or Mr. Wrong?”
“As hard as it is to find a good man, that is the easy part,” said O’Brien. “ She continued, “Nurturing a relationship with a good man into a marriage or a long term committed relationship takes good communications skills and repression of the hurt caused by other relationships and so much more”.
She calls “The Relationship Plan” seminar interactive, fun and eye opening. It discusses the benefits of marriage and family, and how women can raise their expectations for the men in their lives.
The Relationship Plan is the brainchild of Shannon O’Brien, who has been married to the same man for more than twenty one years.
The Relationship Plan seminar and lunch will take place on Saturday, February 9, 2013 from noon till 3:30 p.m. in Rancho Cucamonga. Tickets are $30 online at www.TheRelationshipBusinessPlan.weebly.com
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