“It was suggested to me that if I want to find the right one, I need tweak my profile and describe myself as “a strong, successful, independent woman. . .”
Singles often tell me that me they feel that after years of being single, they’re getting much closer to finding true love because they are getting better at screening wrong people out—i.e., watching out for red flags.
The mistake singles often make is not asking the important questions. . . because we’re afraid of scaring the person off. . . but it’s so important to see if you’re on same page.
When we move away from stereotypes and conventional thinking and open up to possibility with practical support and new perspectives, mindset shifts and actions, we discover some important truths! Men don’t need conquered, manipulated or understood as if they are all the same.
So, you’ve had a successful marriage to your profession for many years. But when it comes to romantic relationships, you believe that your intimidating success scares away promising prospects. Break through your personal glass ceiling…
A big part of the frustration is riding the roller coaster–the highs and lows of the dating process. It is exciting to meet new people and disappointing when there is no connection.