Sometimes we make ourselves busy, so we have an excuse not to date. We actually sabotage our own happiness without even realizing it.
You may not be aware that some of your actions are sabotaging your relationships and it never hurts to get a professional opinion. It offers a different perspective that could really add clarification as to why a pattern has occurred.
You may also not realize that you are sabotaging your own happiness. If it is really easy for you to find fault with everyone on your dating apps or anyone you meet in general, you are creating an excuse to protect your heart from further wounds.
It is important to understand that you deserve to be loved and to own your part in what you may be doing to sabotage love from coming into your world. You are very much in charge of the people you bring towards you just as much as who you repel away from you. Once you realize this is totally in your control, you can then start to work on repairing that internal dialogue that is keeping you stuck.
It’s never too late to do some homework and change up unfulfilling dating patterns that aren’t working. No one is perfect but we are all loveable. It is worth taking the time to understand how important that is to our health and well being.
In today’s post and video, I discuss a common topic that has become a big problem with dating today: Why Do I Only Want to Date