Current Dating Advice Is Ruining Women’s Chances for Finding Love
Let’s face it, if you’re a woman seeking love, there is so much dating advice out there that can cause one’s head to spin.
From primadonna young women teaching other women how to become a princess to find their prince. To young married men teaching women how to understand men. And then there are all the single coaches suggesting how to find a mate, but they themselves have not… myself included.
With all this advice it must be nerve-racking as a woman trying to figure out what works and what doesn’t work, especially if you’re in mid-life like me.
In today’s episode, we are going to explore the DEEPER conversation about dating advice and how much of it can be running your chances to find love.
Let’s talk about… Current Dating Advice Is Ruining Women’s Chances for Finding Love.
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Yes, that is what I want and need. To connect and build a healthy safe loving relationship
Linda Curtis says
Oh my gosh, Jonathon, I am so annoyingly curious. Actually, you have probably figured that out already. I have a comment for you about where my curiosity took me that is directly related to you. You had mentioned Marni in one of your podcasts. Well, I listened to one of her interviews with a woman whose name I don’t remember. The podcast was tons about embracing your feminine energy, and leaning back. I didn’t finish the interview, and I didn’t comment but I did think “I’m going to sick Jonathon on you!”
As to Asperger Syndrome – I have a nephew with Asperger’s. Super guy. His mom found a great physician when he was very young who put together an entire team to work with him. No medications, none of the usual stuff that pretty much shuts kids down. His teachers worked with him individually. He graduated high school, went on to trade school to be an auto mechanic, has been employed for years, and got married last year – after having traveled the U.S. in a fifth wheel for several months because both his girlfriend’s home and his mother’s home burned down in the Paradise fire. Amazing young man, and yes connection is primary.
Life happens for us – oh yeah, the Universe definitely has our back, as Gabby Bernstein would say.
What I did right before this podcast was buy three pairs of tiny shoes for my 2-year-old (next week) granddaughter who has a shoe “fetish.” I truly hope I am still around when she starts dating because she is an absolute “clone” of her mother and what fun that will be.
Linda Curtis says
Jonathon – I am remiss. I totally forgot to tell you a huge big thanks for this podcast and please, please, please keep emphatically stressing Jonathon’s way of viewing love and relationships because there are just too many out there giving what really is not good advice. I have only heard one other male coach who speaks as you do and I won’t mention his name because I can’t for the life of me remember if you have mentioned him before, but with the number of people I have listened to only having two of you speaking this truth is not very many. So, once again, Jonathon, you are super valuable, super appreciated and so very much needed.