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So you’ve always had a healthy self-esteem and are incredibly confident in both your personal and work life. And when it comes to dating, you have no problem playing the field and yet you’re still single.
Whenever you find someone who you genuinely connect with and want to take things further, he either pulls a disappearing act or changes his mind—leaving you back to square one.
What’s really going on here?
Trust us, we’ve definitely been there before. Feeling your confidence disappear after looking around at your friends and loved ones who are either married off or in serious relationships is par for the course. Seriously, anyone who has dealt with this situation knows that it’s one of THE WORST feelings in the world.
Why is it that even though you have your head on your shoulders, you can’t find love?
Society pretty much tells us that having a banging personality (not to mention being generally attractive) is all it takes to catch a guy’s attention. But after hearing Dating Coach Julie Ferman talk about the real reasons why being the perfect catch isn’t such a perfect plan, it’s obvious that there’s so much more to finding love than that.
Think about it like this. Would you prefer to date a guy who is super sexy (and knows it), doesn’t have the greatest qualities? Or would you rather be with someone who is super genuine, isn’t afraid of being honest about how he feels and is just an all-around great guy?
If you want to change your relationship status, there are a few things you need to work on FIRST.
Julie Ferman’s honest words are definitely a wake-up call! According to Public Radio International, “For the first time since the Bureau of Labor Statistics began tracking these numbers in 1976, there are more single Americans than people who are married.”
But if you’re still uncertain, the statistics don’t lie. Public Radio International also went on to say that “About 50.2 percent—or 124.6 million American adults—are single. In 1950, that number was about 22 percent. Singles have taken over—despite the rise of online dating.” Say what?!
So what are you going to do about it?
Instead of constantly worrying about whether he’ll say no, be proactive and go after what you want! Here’s the thing. If you’re really want to find love, you’re going to have to work for it.
But trust us when we say that it’ll definitely be more than worth it.