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Are you filled with self-doubt, constantly questioning your attractiveness, intelligence, gifts and talents? Are you listening to the opinions of others and feeling

overwhelmed and maybe frustrated that you haven’t found a meaningful relationship?  Everyone keeps saying, “You’re such a great catch.  How come you’re still single?” And now you’re wondering why as well.

This teleseminar explores areas of struggle and the patterns that you fall into that cause the same mistakes over and over again.  Just click the link below and see if you can’t change your perspective about dating — and about yourself, so you can finally attract your ideal partner for a loving, long-term relationship.

http://attendthisevent.com/?eventid=38297163

Testimonial

Thank you so much!  i enjoyed the seminar alot and have used the tips to get myself back into the dating game.  I am a single mom and I am finally ready to look for love.  I have shared the tips with my friends and family too!
Thanks again, Courtney

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1. Why do I keep attracting the same type of person into my life?

  • We stay in our comfort zone and continue dating personalities we are used to.
  • Without awareness, behavior is usually automatic.  It may be necessary to date men who are different than what you are used to and see how that feels.

2. How do I know if he is into me so I’m not wasting my time?

  • Watch to see if your partner’s words and actions match.
  • Trust your instincts and listen to them if things don’t feel right.

3. If you’re in love, shouldn’t that be enough?

  • Relationships take work to make them successful
  • You can love someone, but be enmeshed in an unhealthy, abusive relationship
  • Love means equality, give/take, respect and independence. Relationships are all that and more!

4. How do I know what a normal, healthy relationship is?

  • You can be your authentic self
  • You treat each other equally
  • You are open/honest, share similar values
  • You respect each other without compromising who you are
  • You have great chemistry and passion in bed

5. Why is communication such a big problem?

  • Most people lack communication skills that are effective.  They talk at each other rather than to each other.
  • Men and women relate differently to their world and have different perspectives on how they see most situations.

6. Is there such a thing as a Soul Mate?

  • There is no perfect person so a soul mate is really a myth.
  • Be the incredible person you want to find and you will attract him.

Amy Sherman is the co-author of (99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Dating After 40, 50 and Yes, 60!” Contact: amybethsherman@gmail.com

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Being single certainly has its perks. You can do what you want, when you want, the way you want to do it. There’s no one directing, controlling or leaning on you – either physically or emotionally. And for many independent singles, that’s just the way they like it!

However, sometimes we’re not aware that we’ve designed our lifestyle in a way that doesn’t make space for anyone else to enter. There’s an emotional wall that hinders others from sharing their thoughts, adventures, dreams and interests. The “Keep Out” sign flashes across your forehead and anyone who tries to push past gets thrown out – with a smile, shrug or a bounce.

If this description sounds like you and you keep saying you want to find a rewarding relationship but there’s no one out there who’s a good fit, the answer may be simple: you’re just too independent!

We all know that being in a relationship means you are not just you alone anymore. You’re expected to compromise, to be flexible, to explore life’s activities together. To play a part in a relationship, you’re expected to be a partner – and to make your partner feel special. For some folks this is more of an impediment than they want to accept – even if they won’t admit it.

Happily, the overly independent, who are afraid of giving up too much of themselves, have options. They need to work on maintaining their independence while in a relationship, yet also making sure there is a balance – a give and take – that is healthy and acceptable.

For many, finding another independent type is a good option. They can complement you without smothering and will also understand your need for more alone time and independence than most others desire. Steer clear of needy, co-dependent types. They’ll feed your nightmares and will likely overwhelm you with “togetherness” when that’s the last thing you’re looking for.

Rather than giving up on a relationship, look for a comfortable fit for your personality type and create the relationship parameters that best fit YOU. You’ll get the best of both worlds – and be better for it!

Rosalind Sedacca

Dating & Relationship Coach

 

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