Are There Too Many Choices For Love Partners?

I read this super funny article that really gets you thinking about our choices. Do we really have too many choices when it comes to finding a romantic partner? Some of you may not think so, but if you have ever done any online dating, you will completely agree. Check out the article to see what I mean.

What’s even more important, Aziz talks about what happens when people get out of that passionate stage. A huge majority of people check out after the initial passionate stage is over. Do people now-a-days really not take commitment seriously or do they just give up too easy? What do you think?

http://time.com/aziz-ansari-modern-romance/

Are You Ready To Let Someone In? Relationship Coaching Will Help You!

This is one of my favorite song from Billy Joel. I put up the video that has the lyrics because I think the words are crucial for you to hear if you are still living with pain from your past relationships. This song is about a new man in someone’s life that is willing to work with her through the pain that she still has and the fear of a new relationship. He wants her to trust him that he will help her get through it but he makes it very clear that he is not the one who hurt her. It is a very powerful song.

If you do not yet feel like you can let someone new into your life because of past hurts, please understand that a relationship coach can help you. I am not just a Relationship Coach, I am also a Strategic Intervention Coach that can help you quickly overcome the pain that you are having. You can overcome the hurt and you owe it to yourself to do it. Please take the time right now and schedule a FREE coaching session with me so we can get you out of pain on back into the juiciest part of life, an intimate relationship.

Stop Carrying the Baggage of Relationships

Are you carrying around all of the past failures in relationships and all of the bad things that have happened to you in the past? Sometimes we don’t realize the weight that we carry around. When people say “all men are jerks” or “all women are b*tches” that means that they are bringing with them all of the hurts from their past relationships and they are expecting everyone they meet from here on out are going to be the same way or treat them the same way. It is not true. If you are doing this unconsciously, STOP! Forgive and forget the bad things that have happened in the past. Everything that happened in the past was either a lesson for you or a lesson for the other person. Always take the good from every situation and then learn something. Even if the past was ugly for you, it served you in some way. Start fresh today with a clean slate.

I believe in you!

Love you guys,

Robyn Lessley

Strategic Intervention, Empowerment, and Relationship Coach

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