"We all make mistakes." Nowhere is the cliché more apt than when it comes to relationships.
As a dating coach I've been privileged to help other women recognize and break free of self-defeating patterns and habits that have kept them from realizing the relationship of their dreams.
On the dating blog 30 Dates, Miss Twenty-Nine describes a now-platonic friendship with a former Tinder interest, who revealed to her upon finally meeting as friends that he saw the app as little more than a game.
He told her that he never really thought of the person he was chatting to.
So, the best we can do is equip ourselves with clarity—what we want and what we don’t want.
Through experience, I’ve learned what I am willing to accept and what I’m not.
Little Pumpkin warmed up right away to my Chihuahua mix but not to my Jack Russell mix. Because my Chihuahua mix invited Pumpkin to come closer, as opposed to my Jack Russell mix who constantly tried to bruise his way into her space. Learning how to connect with emotionally unavailable men is like learning how to gain the trust of a beaten dog.One of my dogs, Pumpkin, is a little feisty Chihuahua I found one morning under a car by my house. I brought her into my home and she became my third canine companion.On paper, it appears these actions and behaviors are changeable, but it’s not that easy. It actually pains me to admit why I feel qualified to write about this.