Have you ever considered that your fear of being single is really a fear of being in love? Let author Debi Berndt show you how to break away from fear by popping your comfort bubble so that you can find true love.
Have you been in a relationship before and thought he was the one? Did he use to whisper sweet words in to your ears, telling you how much you mean to him, that he is so lucky that he found you. You feel so special because he wants you needs you, your heart finely feels happy and you found the right guy. Then one day he does a 360 on you and starts talking crazy saying how he needs space and that he feels trapped? Why would he say those things after saying such sweet things to you before? Are you confused right now?
Are you frustrated with his inability to commit? Let's face it; many men are afraid to make commitments when it comes to love and marriage! Heck, we live in a disposable world – where it is easy to have “one night stands” and avoid commitment to those we fall in love with.
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Though the words "I need space" are dreaded by lovers everywhere and can leave you feeling confused, panicked and rejected, this isn't necessarily a bad thing. In fact, it can actually be an opportunity to bring you closer together. Our expert explains how.
It’s the “C” word that so many people dread talking about. (We’re not referring to a disease that’s the subject of a popular tv series, by the way.) At some point when you’ve been dating, hanging out, having fun and possibly sleeping together too, you might start to wonder. You wonder whether it’s okay for you to spend the night at his place as often as you do.
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Is your guy wonderful in every way...except for the fact that he gets around a lot? Maybe he’s someone you’ve had a huge crush on for a long time or maybe the two of you have been sleeping together or even dating for awhile and you’ve been hoping and waiting for him to commit to you (one day). The question you’re asking yourself is this...
Through my coaching practice, I have been seeing and helping so many women dealing with what they think as emotional unavailability in a man. In fact I just wrote an ebook dealing with this very pertinent issue: how to date emotionally unavailable guys and come out on top. I have been pleasantly surprised by the response so far. So many women come out of the woodwork and share with me their heartbreaking stories of dealing with guys who can't or won't commit or move the relationship to the next level. Or guys who can't even label the relationship! (And the good news some have already turned it around by practicing my Feminine Magnetism tools and principles).
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Are you with a great guy but not sure where the relationship stands? Are unsure if you're his girlfriend? Do you want commitment but are unsure if asking will drive him away? If so, you're in luck.