Ten steps in dating
However, in doing/thinking so, you attract fear-based people: partners who manipulate, partners who abuse you (not just physically but also emotionally), and/or partners to criticize you and take you for granted.After a while, you may feel you’re better off single than with these people.I didn’t want to live in anticipation of meeting someone anymore; it was exhausting. Notice these reasons are rooted in wholeness, betterment, authenticity, and abundance, unlike fear-based reasons which are rooted in scarcity, neediness, lack and fear.As life would have it, Ken entered my life right after I dropped my fear-based intentions for a relationship and embraced it 100% with faith, purity, and love. The former is what a relationship about, where the latter treats relationships as a tool to patch issues.I promptly released him and with that, my fear that I would never be attached.I realized it didn’t matter if I were to remain single forever because my life happiness and fulfillment were not dependent on my relationship status.want to maintain a certain level of formality and put your best foot forward.It can be difficult to balance making the best first impression with representing yourself in a truly authentic way.
Only when he pushed my limits again and again did I realize that he was cancer.Before I reconnected with Ken, I was in an unhappy connection with toxic guy N. A sliver of me was seeking love with fearful intentions: I was worried that I would never find someone (I love) and I didn’t want to live life never having been in a serious relationship.In short, I was seeking a relationship for the sake of it.And remember: you won’t learn everything about them on the first date, either.find points of compatibility and have a great time.
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Before I got together with Ken, I went through 28 years with no success in my love journey (as I’ve shared in parts 1 and 2).