I definitely understand where you’re. I’m a black male & recently got out of a relationship.
The feminine movement has convinced us men to try and change our nature & somewhat relinquish leadership in marriages/courtship with a woman and let her lead, so most decent men try to, hence becoming too passive and away from the manly roles we where created naturally for and when this begins to frustrate us, we check out emotionally from the relationship, hence the momentum.
Btw..keep doing the right things and the right guy will come along.
It’s not in our nature to “toot our own horn” and brag about our skills, qualities, experiences, and abilities.
As a result, we often downplay what we are capable of. This is a mistake that needs to be avoided at all costs. If you can’t brag about yourself then get a friend or family member to help you. We cannot stress enough that your resume is your one page advertisement on yourself so like any sales pitch make sure all the important points are covered, and that the hiring manager can quickly and easily see those selling points.
Hello Barbara. This is a great question. Indeed there should always be a professional line between the family that you work for. However, it is a wonderful sign that the family want you to be part of the family. This often represents that they respect and care for you, and some families can even grow to love the people who work for them. This means you can feel that you are appreciated and respected, but know that your relationship should always remain professional. So try to keep the line. For example, don’t become friends on Facebook as this can mix personal and business. Don’t socialise outside of work hours (unless very special occasions) as again this can blur the lines.