Valentine’s Day Survival Guide

By

Valentine’s Day Survival Guide
If you're single and recovering from Mr. Wrong, try these 3 activities to avoid self sabotage today.

Activity 3) Reset Your Radar
When your radar is off, you can’t read people correctly.  To find toxic-free love, your radar has to be sharp and it has to clue you in to the good guys.  After destructive love, your radar will be way off and self-trust will be low.  You will second guess your instincts and may perceive safe, “normal” guys as boring or uninteresting because non-destructive men lack the intensity you are used to.

As you rely on the automatic attraction you feel to the intensity, you lead with your heart and your emotions, rather than relying on a more calculated attraction, where you use your emotions and your thinking when you are drawn to someone.

 

Being able to spot destructive behaviors and knowing how to respond to them in a self protective way, resets your radar.  Get on track fast with a Start Over Success Kit.  Do it on the 14th.

Special VALENTINE’S DAY Offer:
The Start Over Success Kit

Article contributed by
Advanced Member

Teagin Maddox~The Start Over Expert

Author

Teagin Maddox~Start Over Expert
BA (Hons), CPC, Certified Toxic Relationship Specialist
Break Up Safety Training, Break Up / Divorce Recovery Programs,
& Safe Dating Courses for Women
www.teaginmaddox.com
212-799-0420

Location: New York, NY
Credentials: CPC, CRC, Other
Specialties: Dating/Being Single Support, Empowering Women, Financial Stress, Life Management
Other Articles/News by Teagin Maddox~The Start Over Expert:

From Soul-Mate to Soul-Hate

By

If you expected your troubles to end after your relationship did but you are still having a hard time moving on, you may have been with a destructive or abusive partner. When you breakup from a destructive man, the past continually resurfaces, your breakup seems to go on forever, and anticipating a better future feels impossible despite how much time goes ... Read more

Nigella Lawson Teaches Abused Women A Lesson In Moving On

By

If you try to assert yourself or stand your ground with a destructive partner, prepare for the backlash. Destructive and abusive men punish women who say, "no." Nigella Lawson is experiencing this right now. When her husband of 10 years, Charles Saatchi, 71, was photographed grabbing her by the neck and prodding her nose during an argument at a ... Read more

How To Break The Cycle: Your On-Again, Off-Again Relationship

By

On-again, off-again relationships look normal, but feels exhausting. On-again, off-again relationships keep you running into the same problems and trying the same—unworkable—solutions over and over again. Everytime you end it, you mean it, but you find yourself unable to stop thinking about him, and then you fall for him all over again despite what ... Read more

See More

 
PARTNER POSTS
Latest Expert Videos
ASK YOURTANGO MORE QUESTIONS
Must-see Videos
SEE MORE VIDEOS
Most Popular