There’s a lot of factors, but I’ll be really honest with you . . .
The biggest reason why you are still alone is because you don’t want to ask anyone for help!!!!
That’s the number one reason men will struggle for years, if not their whole life with women. It’s because their ego tells them that they don’t need any help, and that they can just do it all by themselves.
Let’s be real though, how long have you been telling that terrible lie to yourself and still haven’t gotten much results?
I remember about ten years ago, I was in the same boat. My dating life was terrible. I didn’t know how to find a girlfriend, how to talk to women, how to flirt, and how to make the conversations more man to woman rather than mundane. I would often run out of things to say. I didn’t get many dates. If any, they were just through luck.
If I met a girl and it didn’t work out because I didn’t actually have any skills, I would be in a drought for months!
I’d be like a lion in the Sahara desert; having not eaten for a year about to die from starvation haha.
But what did I do that changed all of this??
I frequently discuss how to go from singlehood to dating, but today I wanted to go a little deeper and discuss how to genuinely succeed in a relationship. Isn't that the ultimate objective? I don't want my clients to start a relationship just to struggle to maintain it.
I recently got married in November after dating my wife for five years, and I wanted to talk a little about what I believe makes relationships work for everyone.
Of course, a mutual affection and trust comes first. Do the two of you share a rewarding, meaningful, and deep connection? There might not be much left to do or share in the relationship if that is absent. This person ought to be both your lover and best friend! That is the fundamental requirement for a loving partnership. I rely on the counsel of legends like John Gottman, a psychologist who, along with his wife, has made significant contributions to the field of couples therapy. His research has enabled his team to forecast the likelihood of divorce in a relationship with an accuracy of 94%.
It’s that time of the year again! When most people get off work, have some free time and get to spend it with their family and loved ones for the holidays!
The holidays are a great time to catch up with friends or with family members, eat all the yummy food and stuff our faces with dessert and cookies without feeling so guilty.
It’s a time we look to be sharing laughter with our loved ones and to give and receive presents.
The only problem is, studies have shown that Christmas day for single people is the most depressing day of the year, even beating out Valentine's day.
This is where you are going to get bombarded by your family members about your love life. All these questions about if you have a girlfriend, how your dating life is going, and if you’re ever going to settle down. Lots of annoying questions that we really feel uncomfortable responding to.