“You’ve got to ask yourself one question. Do I feel lucky?” -Dirty Harry By Dixie Andelin Forsyth If you’ve ever applied for life insurance, you’ll be familiar with the questions commonly asked about your lifestyle before you can be granted good coverage. Do you routinely go bungee-jumping or skydiving? How […]Continue reading
Author Archives: Fascinating Womanhood
Chivalry Never Dies
By Dixie Andelin Forsyth To the ladies out there, have you ever seen a man working on an oil rig, covered from head to toe in tiny, glossy black dots of crude, and thought “I sure wish I could do what he’s doing”? What about a logger, or a guy who operates a jackhammer or […]Continue reading
Can FW Really Save Your Marriage?
I have hundreds of messages from ladies attesting to the effectiveness of FW. My mother had stacks of success story letters tied together with string, some of which I have inherited. FW has been known time and again to help women save their floundering relationships, so we know that it definitely can work. It works […]Continue reading
Are You Shy?
How does Fascinating Womanhood apply to a shy woman and what she can do about it? Is shyness inherently feminine? Does it work to her benefit or not? We recently did a video on this, and I’m going to elaborate a bit more here. Growing up, I was always too shy to raise my hand […]Continue reading
In-Law Troubles? FW Can Help!
Ladies, I get SO many questions from you for help with in-law problems! Trust me, you’re not alone. In-law troubles have always been around in one form or another; I even dealt with that a bit years ago. While you usually choose your spouse, his extended family can sometimes be more than you bargained […]Continue reading
Trouble With In-Laws? FW Can Help!
Ladies, I get SO many questions from you for help with in-law problems! Trust me, you’re not alone. In-law troubles have always been around in one form or another; I even dealt with that a bit years ago. While you usually choose your spouse, his extended family can sometimes be more than you bargained for. Not feeling accepted by them, having difficulty with differing family customs or beliefs, or seeing them treat your man or children with contempt can be painful but also dangerous to your marriage. Why? Because, if not handled carefully, more than one relationship can be greatly affected. Do you sometimes feel like you’re in the middle of a virtual sandwich? That is more normal than you might expect.
Let’s go over the 14 most common types of “sandwiches” and to try to address each one. Hopefully by the end of this exercise, you will feel more equipped to smile and press forward with a greatly reduced stress-o-meter.Continue reading
Spotting a Rat On the Internet
If you are single and looking for Mr. Right, you’ve probably at least entertained the idea of online dating. After all, it’s a whole new way to meet people that didn’t exist a few decades ago. Profiles and photos to sift through, personality details to stew over. Ideally, you can vet a guy without ever […]Continue reading
YOU Are the Magic
Have you ever heard a relationship guru say something like this? The best marriages aren’t 50%-50%, they’re 100%-100%. The idea here is that both partners, rather than meeting each other halfway, should ideally give 100% of themselves to the relationship. Sounds fantastic, doesn’t it? Two people who love each other giving their all […]Continue reading
Feminine Social Skills 101
It’s not always easy to make friends, even if you consider yourself a “people person”. Moving to a new place, changing jobs or schools, marrying into another family, or becoming active in your community can throw you into unfamiliar territory that you may or may not feel comfortable in. Any of us can struggle with […]Continue reading
Your Best Self
By Dixie Andelin Forsyth 6/16/2021 Ever get a song stuck in your head while you’re working? Mine this week was “The Seven Deadly Virtues” from the musical Camelot by Lerner and Lowe, sung by King Arthur’s wayward son Mordred. Here are some of the lyrics, listing the supposed drawbacks of developing good character: Take courage; […]Continue reading