20 Reasons You’re Amazing and Still Single (and what you can do about it)

As a dating coach I often have to level with people about why they aren’t dating the people they really want to date and what it’s going to take to get the relationships they want.

10 reasons why you’re not dating the people you want to date

Provided below are 10 common reasons singles aren’t dating the people they want to date. The links below are provided for Lasting Love Academy members to learn how to break these patterns. Log in or join today.

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1. You’re NOT pursuing the people you really want to date. Instead of taking action and flirting or pursuing a conversation or telephone number you’re letting your fears get in the way and stop you.

2. You lack knowledge about what to do or say to Read more

10 reasons you’re NOT dating the people you want to date

As a dating coach, I often have to level with people about why they aren’t dating the people they really want to date and what it’s going to take to get the relationships they want.

10 reasons why you’re not dating the people you want to date

Provided below are 10 common reasons singles aren’t dating the people they want to date. The links below are provided for Lasting Love Academy members to learn how to break these patterns. Log in or join today.

get-started-today

1. You’re NOT pursuing the people you really want to date. Instead of taking action and flirting or pursuing a conversation or telephone number you’re letting your fears get in the way and stop you.

2. You lack knowledge about what to do or say to get more attention and dates.

3. You’re not taking action or going where other singles are.

4. You’re acting passively in dating, so the relationships you get into Read more

Are you influencing or manipulating others?

I want singles to feel empowered. They are not victims who just react to their circumstances. They can influence their relationships, and they need to express their feelings, rights, and needs. But how do singles do this? And where is the line between influencing relationships and manipulating others?

Provided below are several examples of where you need to draw the line both in how you treat others and how you let them treat you.

Asking for change versus manipulating to get what you want

The primary difference between influencing a relationship to meet your needs and manipulating is that when influencing, the other person is choosing to give you what you want. They have the relevant information they need to make their decision. They understand what the request means to you and how it might affect them. By contrast, manipulators often use threats, emotional exploitation, anger, and half-truths (that usually serve the manipulator’s interests). Due to the toxic effect of the manipulations, the other person will

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