If this sounds like you and you’re ready to completely change the way you’re dating, then you’re definitely in the right place… And I can’t wait to help you change your love life, for the best!

You truly want to find a great relationship,

but you don’t know where to start:

Where to meet relationship ready men / women, how to recognize them and how to attract them, both online and in real life, all of that sounds like a great mystery to you.

You feel like you’re missing dating skills:

Just the idea of talking to someone in a coffee shop scares the hell out of you. You have no idea how to talk to men / women, flirt or create interest for them to ask you out and writing an online dating profile sounds as exciting to you as shaving your head.

To you, dating is synonym of worries instead of fun:

You’re always scared that the person you’re dating is gonna lose interest, cheat on you or leave you. You’re even scared of saying what you want or think. You feel like you need to change to be “who they want you to be”, not even considering that they might like you just the way you are. You end up spending hours thinking about them and about your relationship, trying to find ways to keep them interested and to move the relationship forward.

You also have a 6th sense and are very sensitive to your partner’s mood. If something bothers them, you immediately think it’s because of you and that something’s wrong between the 2 of you, which pushes you to get reassurance from them. You feel like your happiness depends on your relationship with them, and if things are not great between the two of you, you can’t focus on anything else and you lose interest in your friends or activities.

To you, dating is synonym of worries instead of fun:

You’re always scared that the man you’re dating is gonna lose interest, cheat on you or leave you. You’re even scared of saying what you want or think. You feel like you need to change to be “who he wants you to be”, not even considering that he might like you just the way you are. You end up spending hours thinking about him and about your relationship, trying to find ways to keep him interested and to move the relationship forward.

You also have a 6th sense and are very sensitive to your partner’s mood. If something bothers him, you immediately think it’s because of you and that something’s wrong between the 2 of you, which pushes you to get reassurance from him. You feel like your happiness depends on your relationship with him, and if things are not great between the two of you, you can’t focus on anything else and you lose interest in your friends or activities.

You’re always in the “casual dating” category:

You feel stuck in your relationship patterns. You go on plenty of dates but they rarely turn into a relationship. You usually date men / women for a few weeks before they “ghost” on you, leaving you heart broken and wondering what you did wrong. You really want to be the “girlfriend / boyfriend material” type of person but you have no idea how to get there.

You settle even if you’re not happy:

Even if you’re not happy in the relationship, you stay. All your friends and family tell you that you could easily find better than this person but for some reason, you just can’t break up with them. At first you might try everything that you think might improve the situation (lose weight, dress sexier…) but that has absolutely no effect and at the end, you still stay with them, on their terms, even if that makes you feel miserable.

You’re missing self-confidence,

self-love and self-esteem:

You compare yourself to your man / woman. You feel like they’re so amazing, so accomplished, so hot… and that you’re not that good compared to them, forgetting that you have a kickass job and so many amazing friends who love so much about you… So you think “Why would he / she want to stay with me?” You might even be a little too jealous of other women / men, since you tend to assume that they’re better / hotter / funnier /… than you.

You feel miserable if they leave you:

If they break up with you, you feel like it’s the end of the world, no matter if you dated for 3 weeks or if you were in a serious relationship. Even if you were not happy with them and know you deserve better, you can’t imagine your life without them. You do everything you can to get them back even if you know they’re not good for you and if you guys don’t get back together, you keep thinking about them for months and can’t move on. You might even think they’ll change and turn into a great partner for someone else.

You feel miserable if he leaves you:

If he breaks up with you, you feel like it’s the end of the world, no matter if you dated for 3 weeks or if you were in a serious relationship. Even if you were not happy with him and know you deserve better, you can’t imagine your life without him. You do everything you can to get him back even if you know he’s not good for you and if you guys don’t get back together, you keep thinking about him for months and can’t move on. You might even think he’ll change and turn into a great partner for someone else.

You give men / women your heart

way too fast and they break it:

When you meet someone you like, you’re really into them super quickly. You might think you found the one before you even know their middle name or their favorite TV show. Then you start thinking about ways to move the dating process into a relationship, almost right away. They might still be thinking about how great your 3rd date was when you’re already looking for wedding dresses online. At this point you’re basically putting them on a pedestal and awarding them amazing qualities before they proved you anything. This usually ends with either them running for the border, or you later realizing that they’re far from the amazing person you thought they were (= getting your heart broken. Ouch!)

You try to make things work, no matter what:

You know what (I mean “who”!) you want, and you do everything to make it work, no matter what and even if it’s terrible for you! After 3 months of dating they’re telling you they’re not ready for a relationship? You think “No problem, I’ll just wait a few more months while they might also be dating 3 other persons, but I’ll convince them to commit to me”. And in the end they never commit to you!

When you meet someone you like, they become the center of your life almost right away:

It’s Friday night and you don’t have plans cause you’re hoping he will ask you out or that you’ll hear back from her, until the very last minute, so you want to be sure you would be free to see them if they actually do call you. And if you actually have plans with friends and they call you at 7pm, chances are you cancel your plans to go see them. You know you shouldn’t do that but it’s just stronger than you.

You try to make things work, no matter what:

You know what (I mean “who”!) you want, and you do everything to make it work, no matter what and even if it’s terrible for you! After 3 months of dating he’s telling you he’s not ready for a relationship? You think “No problem, I’ll just wait a few more months while he might also be dating 3 other women, but I’ll convince him to commit to me”. And in the end he never commits to you!

You truly want to find a great relationship,

but you don’t know where to start:

Where to meet relationship ready men / women, how to recognize them and how to attract them, both online and in real life, all of that sounds like a great mystery to you.

You feel like you’re missing dating skills:

Just the idea of talking to someone in a coffee shop scares the hell out of you. You have no idea how to talk to men / women, flirt or create interest for them to ask you out and writing an online dating profile sounds as exciting to you as shaving your head.

To you, dating is synonym of worries instead of fun:

You’re always scared that the person you’re dating is gonna lose interest, cheat on you or leave you. You’re even scared of saying what you want or think. You feel like you need to change to be “who they want you to be”, not even considering that they might like you just the way you are. You end up spending hours thinking about them and about your relationship, trying to find ways to keep them interested and to move the relationship forward.

You also have a 6th sense and are very sensitive to your partner’s mood. If something bothers them, you immediately think it’s because of you and that something’s wrong between the 2 of you, which pushes you to get reassurance from them. You feel like your happiness depends on your relationship with them, and if things are not great between the two of you, you can’t focus on anything else and you lose interest in your friends or activities.

You’re always in the “casual dating” category:

You feel stuck in your relationship patterns. You go on plenty of dates but they rarely turn into a relationship. You usually date men / women for a few weeks before they “ghost” on you, leaving you heart broken and wondering what you did wrong. You really want to be the “girlfriend / boyfriend material” type of person but you have no idea how to get there.

You settle even if you’re not happy:

Even if you’re not happy in the relationship, you stay. All your friends and family tell you that you could easily find better than this person but for some reason, you just can’t break up with them. At first you might try everything that you think might improve the situation (lose weight, dress sexier…) but that has absolutely no effect and at the end, you still stay with them, on their terms, even if that makes you feel miserable.

You’re missing self-confidence,

self-love and self-esteem:

You compare yourself to your man / woman. You feel like they’re so amazing, so accomplished, so hot… and that you’re not that good compared to them, forgetting that you have a kickass job and so many amazing friends who love so much about you… So you think “Why would he / she want to stay with me?” You might even be a little too jealous of other women / men, since you tend to assume that they’re better / hotter / funnier /… than you.

You feel miserable if they leave you:

If they break up with you, you feel like it’s the end of the world, no matter if you dated for 3 weeks or if you were in a serious relationship. Even if you were not happy with them and know you deserve better, you can’t imagine your life without them. You do everything you can to get them back even if you know they’re not good for you and if you guys don’t get back together, you keep thinking about them for months and can’t move on. You might even think they’ll change and turn into a great partner for someone else.

You give men / women your heart

way too fast and they break it:

When you meet someone you like, you’re really into them super quickly. You might think you found the one before you even know their middle name or their favorite TV show. Then you start thinking about ways to move the dating process into a relationship, almost right away. They might still be thinking about how great your 3rd date was when you’re already looking for wedding dresses online. At this point you’re basically putting them on a pedestal and awarding them amazing qualities before they proved you anything. This usually ends with either them running for the border, or you later realizing that they’re far from the amazing person you thought they were (= getting your heart broken. Ouch!)

You try to make things work, no matter what:

You know what (I mean “who”!) you want, and you do everything to make it work, no matter what and even if it’s terrible for you! After 3 months of dating they’re telling you they’re not ready for a relationship? You think “No problem, I’ll just wait a few more months while they might also be dating 3 other persons, but I’ll convince them to commit to me”. And in the end they never commit to you!

When you meet someone you like, they become the center of your life almost right away:

It’s Friday night and you don’t have plans cause you’re hoping he will ask you out or that she will call you back, until the very last minute, so you want to be sure you would be free to see them if they actually do call you. And if you actually have plans with friends and they call you at 7pm, chances are you cancel your plans to go see them. You know you shouldn’t do that but it’s just stronger than you.

I know, that really sucks! And the worst is that despite everything you do, you keep meeting the same type of men / women over and over again. It’s like you’re stuck in your relationship patterns!

I bet these scenario

sound like the men / women you

usually attract and fall for:

1. The man / woman who sends mixed signals all the time

2. The man / woman who’s amazing for a few weeks and then “ghost” on you

3. The amazing man / woman who commits to you and soon change to become everything you do not want in a relationship

The man / woman who sends mixed signals all the time:

If you just met, they see you 3 times a week and call you every day the first 2 weeks, then they disappear for 5 days, and then they come back… over and over again. There is no progression, and deep down, you know this is never gonna go anywhere, but you still want to find a way to make it work and “fight” for it.

The man / woman who’s amazing for a few weeks and then “ghost” on you

You meet them, they’re the sweetest person on earth for a few weeks, they call you, they make plans, they tell you how amazing you are… You think this is the best thing that ever happened to you and then, poof!, they’re gone! Either they’re telling you that they’re not ready for a relationship cause their life is crazy right now (BS), or they decided overnight that you deserve someone “so much better than them” (more BS), or they simply “ghosts” on you, leaving you heartbroken and crushing your self-confidence.

The amazing man / woman who commits to you and
soon changes to become everything you do not want in a relationship

They are 1 step forward, 2 steps backward:

The first few weeks or months are amazing and then they start pulling away out of nowhere, when everything is going great between the 2 of you. They do it once, twice… and soon you’re living on a roller coaster, never knowing when they’re gonna be that amazing person you fell for or when they’re gonna be totally checked out. You try to ask them what’s going on but the more you do that, the more they pull away.

They send mixed signals and the relationship doesn’t progress:

One day they might say you guys should move in together, and then a few days later say how much they love living on their own and that you guys should take things slow. You never really know where you stand with them but you can see that the relationship is not progressing as it should. You’re in a relationship but it kinda feels like you’re simply dating. Again, it’s like you’re living on a roller-coaster!

They’re emotionally unavailable:

Even after a few months of relationship, you still don’t know that much about them. They don’t share their feelings with you and when you want to have real conversations they seem pretty uncomfortable. If you actually get some deep conversations, they usually pull away for a few days after.

They don’t make time for you:

Sports, friends, work… you name it, whatever it is, it comes before you in their life. They are very “busy” and make little time for you. They’re taking you for granted and you basically come last in their life.

They’re not supportive:

If something happened to you you’re pretty sure they wouldn’t be there for you, emotionally or physically. They’re not the type to encourage you in what you do either. Actually they might even bring you down.

They put their needs first:

What you think and want has very little importance to them. Their needs are more important and always come first to them.

You feel alone in the relationship:

You might be in a relationship, but it’s like if you were alone in it. The relationship is very far from what you pictured when you met them, you feel sad and alone, but for some reason you just can’t break up with them.

You probably wonder how I know you so well. Nope, I didn’t spy on your Facebook or ask your best friends! Truth is, until 2014, I used to be that girl. And now being a Dating Coach & NLP Master Practitioner, I hear men and women with that same story all the time! And I know how frustrating and painful this can be. But here is the good news, your dating life doesn’t have to be that way! Just as I completely transformed my dating life, yours could also be amazing, full of love, happiness and excitement!

And this is where I come in!

I’m here to help you break your dating and relationships patterns and start attracting amazing partners and fulfilling relationships.

 

 

You probably wonder how I know you so well. Nope, I didn’t spy on your Facebook or ask your best friends! Truth is, until 2014, I used to be that girl. And now being a Dating Coach & NLP Master Practitioner, I hear men and women with that same story all the time! And I know how frustrating and painful this can be. But here is the good news, your dating life doesn’t have to be that way! Just as I completely transformed my dating life, yours could also be amazing, full of love, happiness and excitement!

And this is where I come in!

I’m here to help you break your dating and relationships patterns and start attracting amazing partners and fulfilling relationships.

 

 

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