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Why dating is hard: The Seven Doubts
There are many reasons women worry they're never going to find their wonderful partner. I call them the Seven Doubts. We worry about everything from missing red flags to the inability to say no to men we don't want to continue dating. But all you need to overcome this problem are skills. Skills like heeding red flags and the graceful exit. Listen for more...
Ever ignored red flags in a romantic relationship?
I used to blissfully ignore red flags. And that led me nowhere good. I ended up married to a man who was emotionally abusive, jealous, and controlling. Now, looking back, I can see where I made mistakes. Thank God. Because being a "Rosie Red Flags" didn't serve me at all. So if you make the same mistakes, listen to this episode.
Ever been screwed over? Feeling Powerless?
Lots of people feel like a former partner has done them wrong. Dealing with cheating, lies, and betrayal can take a toll and keep you unhappy for years. You may think you'll never want another relationship, ever. But if you DO want to find everlasting love, listen to this. You may have fallen into a trap that will keep you the victim of your former partner. How about if we regain control of our love life rather than feeling victimized?
Are you a Desperate Debbie?
If the goal is to end up in a relationship with a partner you can't imagine living without, you have to attract one first. And of course, we want a good man (or woman). We want to attract the right men. We don't want to repel them. But women do so many things that turn men off. Listen to see if you can pinpoint what these "Debs" are doing wrong.
Are men really the problem?
Yep, there are creepy men out there. Men you would not want to date. But often, it's not the men. It's us. We attract frogs. We repel the good guys. The "Sisters of the Unhappily Ever After" are to blame. And all of us have traits like these sisters. But the great news is that we can learn skills to attract rather than repel. Here's a humorous story about "Bitchy Bertha!"
Episode 7. Are you a Passive Patricia?
I introduced the idea of the Sisters of the Unhappily Ever After in the last episode. In episode 6, I talked about Susie Save Me. A damsel-in-distress type that actually repels good guys. Passive Patricia is the sister we will uncover today. Being a passive people pleaser isn't a role that's helpful in romantic relationships. See why!
Are you a Susie Save Me? Are you repelling men?
Often, women have no idea that they're doing something that repels the very men they are trying to attract. There is a group of things that women do that make it hard or impossible to find good men. I call these things the "Sisters of the Unhappily Ever After." Here's a story about one of them, Susie Save Me.
Here's why you're not getting second dates.
Many women go on dates but complain about not having any luck. Women are upset because they aren't attracting great guys. Or, the men don't want to pursue a relationship after only one date. In this episode, I introduce you to "Leslie," a wonderful woman who told me about the bad luck she was having. She would have great dates but end up nowhere. She could not figure out what was going wrong. But the truth is, the only thing Leslie needed were some skills. And without these skills, she was actually repelling the men she was trying to attract. Step One in finding Love After Divorce is to identify the things you are saying or doing that repel potential partners. And once you learn to attract instead, watch out!
Love After Divorce, How To Attract Men, Step One
We hear all sorts of things about how to attract good guys. But here's the thing, you can be on all sorts of dating sites, do your hair and makeup, wear new clothes, lose weight, and make a ton of money and still NOT attract the right guy. Are you committing one of these "seven deadly sins?" Are you repelling the men you should be attracting? Find out here.
Love After Divorce, True Confessions: The Tale of the Toms
In this episode, I tell you the true story of my friend, "Mary," and the dating disasters she had on her way to true love. She dated three different men - all named "Tom" before she figured out that she was dating the wrong type of men. In this episode, we illustrate the problem and the solution. And I talk about why Mary thought she dated the wrong men for so long. We all have emotional baggage that we drag into our dating lives. And once we figure out what we're doing wrong, we can fix it. The only thing between you and the love life of your dreams are a set of skills you just haven't learned yet. We all deserve a love life do-over, and this is a story of a real-life do-over!
Finding love after a divorce. (the trailer)
Finding love after a divorce or breakup can be challenging. We need to have a new set of skills to find the everlasting love we crave. In future episodes, I'll give you even more info about how to find a great guy. The only thing that stands between you and a happily ever after is a skill set you just don't have yet. #loveafterdivorce
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