Do any of the following sound familiar:
- The last time you dated, you were in your 20s and meeting people was easy. Now there’s texting and sexting and all these horror stories about people online! It’s overwhelming.
- You’ve been online for a while but your profile is not attracting the types of people you want (if anybody). You’d love to ditch it all and meet more people offline but where are they?
- When you meet people in person, there’s rarely any chemistry or when you think there is chemistry, it’s rarely reciprocated past one or two dates.
- Since the big break up, you’re heart has been kicked around like a soccer ball. You’ve heard of rebounding but there is only so much rejection and confusion one person can take.
- You lost your social support network when your last relationship ended and, to be honest, your sense of who you are. One thing you are certain of is that you are lonely – deeply, horribly lonely.
I help people in all stages of dating after a long-term relationship.
Most of my clients are professional men and women between the ages of 35 and 55 who have been single for anywhere between six months to five years after a divorce or end of a common-law relationship.
Some are new to dating, others have been at it for a while. All value personal growth, authentic connections and being true to who they are in their relationships with others.
But, I’m not for everyone.
My approach works best with people who agree with the following perspectives:
- You can’t change other people (although you can change your perspective on them). You can only change yourself.
- You can take concrete, practical steps to create more joy, connection, and chemistry with other people and with life in general. Your beliefs, thoughts, and actions influence your results.
- Your love life doesn’t happen in a bubble. Sometimes you need to work on one area to see results in another.
- Men and women communicate, relate and experience initial attraction differently. To succeed with the opposite sex you need to first understand the opposite sex and have compassion and respect for their experiences.
- Love attracts love. Love your life, love the way you feel, love and accept other people for who they are and you will attract others who love and accept you.
Sound like you?
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