I am so happy to have found you on YouTube and your videos answer many of my questions about dating & relationships! Although, I haven’t seen one that can help me with my question. That is the reason I am here on your advice column/blog asking for advice. (I hope you will film one regarding this issue for other people as well.)
Here is my question:
I am a 38 year old woman who wants to meet someone special to have a committed partnership with but I have no single friends to go out with.
All of my friends are in relationships and I am tired of being the 3rd wheel! It makes me feel like I am a burden to them and that they feel obligated to let me tag along. (Or they feel sorry for me which is even worse!) I appreciate their support but I think it is wearing thin on them. I try not to complain but sometimes I just can’t help it.
How do I get up the courage to go out alone? How can I meet new people?
Talk Show Host Susan McCord & Guest Co-Host Andrea Wesley talk about a subject in this video that seems to affect so many people today.
Are you faking who you are just to be in a new relationship? Are you frustrated out there in the dating market and fed up with things not working out in your love-life?
Dating today is as annoying as Hell and some men and women have all but given up on the whole concept of finding a lasting partnership. The big problem with this is; people are not being authentic to who they truly are, because it doesn’t seem to work!
Let the games begin!
Both sexes start acting the way they think someone would be attracted to them; therefore losing themselves in the process.
How long can you play the role of someone you’re not?
Learn to stay true to yourself to attract someone else who is also true to them self. It can be a long road trying to meet that person you have a genuine and reciprocated desire to be with; but in the end it is better to be in a REAL relationship than being in one that is made up of a phoney pretense.
You are a great person just the way you are and don’t change anything just to please someone else. Take your time and don’t give up on love because it is there and available for you when you are ready to accept and be the true version of yourself.
Susan McCord @ The Dear Sybersue Talk Show
Andrea Wesley @ The Bolde