Dating can seem so confusing, messy and daunting that it makes you want to lie down in foetal position and suck your thumb. Endless online dating sites, hook-up apps, speed dating events, meet-up and interest groups just for singles on social media platforms, and not to mention a new breed of predator- type daters whose only mission is to manipulate you. Today things can look so daunting that people will opt to stay in poor miserable relationships than face “THAT”. You might be one of them. Even though you know what you want, you might feel like is it ‘mission impossible’.
That’s because today, singletons not only have to take into account what baggage others come with, what their goals and dreams are, (if they are realistic and whether they want what their potential partner wants); they have their own baggage to contend with. They also need to consider whether they truly know what they want and whether they can meet someone who wants that too. Exhausted yet? Our society is increasingly moving away from traditional ways of dating and our identities have become more fluid (is anything private anymore?). Everything seems to be up for negotiation and renegotiation, and even then it doesn’t seem quite right. It disrupts any sense of status quo and calls everything that’s meant to be stable (jobs, relationships, nationalities) into question. What to do?
Dating coaching takes your hand and helps you navigate the ever evolving dating world and teaches you that it actually can be fun. Yes, in fact dating is meant to be fun. Yes really. If it’s not, then you are doing something wrong. You might be misunderstanding signals, getting yourself hurt all the time, experience angst of meeting new people and so on. Dating coaches take all that away. It builds your confidence and gives you reliance. More importantly dating coaches dispel myths that keep you in ‘fear-mode’, collapse your bittersweet past, teach you skills and arm you with knowledge that make you more resilient to rejection, keep things real for you and help you find your blind spots. And more importantly it works.
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