Interestingly enough, most of the people who come to me for dating coaching don’t come just to learn how to date. There is so much information out there on the “ins and outs” of dating that it’s easy to find anywhere on the web. They don’t need me for that. You probably don’t need to read another article on The 10 Best Places to Meet Quality Men or The 5 Thing to Never Say on a First Date, either. I will tell you this: You will not find another system out there that is as well thought out or can take your dating experience to a deeper level than Naked Dating®. I don’t just show you superficial things about dating. Naked Dating digs in and gets you to see dating as a transformational process that helps you become a more loving, openhearted person so that you can attract true love. There are certain things that I can help you accomplish in the dating arena that are not as easily achieved through reading a book, going to therapy, or even by working with other dating coaches.
Here are the top three reasons people come to me for Naked Dating® coaching:
To Identify and Break Repeated Relationship Patterns
To Hold them Accountable for Dating
To Understand What Real Love Looks Like and Develop the Faith That It Exists
Identifying and breaking repeated relationship patterns…
Last Friday, I saw a new client for just this issue. As Kristi described her most recent dating disaster, tears streamed from her aquamarine eyes. “He told me he wanted to be exclusive from the first date. Another dating coach I saw said that this was a great sign. On her advice, I asked him for a promise ring and he gave it to me. He said he would take care of me forever, but then it got weird. He wouldn’t slow down. It was like he was obsessed with me. I asked him to slow down, but he got so defensive and mean that I had to break it off. Why do I keep attracting these really passive-aggressive guys? I meet these guys and it’s hot and heavy for a few weeks and then everything falls apart. I can’t keep doing this.” The stream of tears now flowed like a river. “I can’t…keep…doing this,” she moaned.