"Every relationship is reflecting back to you what you still need to work on with yourself."
— Scott, Entrepreneur
— James and Chi
Trust me. I've been there.
You view your failed relationships (or lack of a relationship) as a sign that you aren't meant for love or you sometime think that this its completely outside of your control. You've tried many things to improve your luck in love—dating sites, matchmakers, blind dates or singles events. You've even tried not trying and until you began to understand how you, yourself, are unconsciously getting in your own way and covertly sabotaging your chances for success in love, you'll always attract the wrong person. Isn't that exhausting?
As a certified Calling in "The One" Coach, my mission is to bring more love to the world. One man at a time. One woman at a time. One relationship at a time because everyone deserves a crazy and juicy love life.
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Does this sound familiar?
I can't stop thinking about my ex.
My husband called me out of the blue and told me I want a divorce.
My wife called and told me she's leaving me.
My girlfriend walked on me.
He doesn't want to be in a relationship with me.
He's playing with my hear and I can't stop crying.
Another woman has place me in the friend's zone again.
Why do I keep attracting assholes?
I am depressed and I feel like a failure.