Help For Dating Relationships
- “How do I meet someone?”
- “Why are all men afraid to commit?”
- “Why are women so crazy?”
- “Does online dating work?”
- “What does a woman want?”
- “What is he looking for?”
- “Why can’t I find a good guy?”
- “Why do the ones I like dump me?”
These are just some of the questions I receive from men and women who are struggling and looking for help in the dating world.
Dating today has become as complicated as our lives and schedules!
The advancement in technology has brought many great things but the one negative is how it has negatively impacted dating.
People are having a more difficult time making and keeping the interpersonal connections with one another because they are relying on computers and their phones. Instead of making a human-to-human connection, bites of interest are being tossed around without any real investment. When this happens, it is easy to toss in the towel and walk away before any relationship even begins.
So how can you figure it all out and find the right one for you?
Here are three simple tools I like to give to help people with their dating relationships:
- Know What You Want!
- Be Clear On What You Absolutely Cannot Deal With!
- Fish In The Right Pool!
When I work with a man or woman who is having trouble with their love life, these are the first things we address and fix. Generally, these are the areas that most single people have problems and need help with. For this reason, I hand-hold my clients through a simple process of understanding who they are, what they want, and how to attain it!
For when you have a clear vision of the type of partner you want to have in your life and know how to find and keep them…dating really does becomes simple!
If I can help you with your dating or relationships please feel free to contact me here!
Bree has been featured on NBC, CBS, The CW, FOX NEWS, National Radio Programming, The Chicago Tribune, Shape Magazine, In-Touch Magazine, The Nest Magazine, Woman’s Day Magazine, E-Harmony, AOL, and is a Relationship Expert Columnist for The Huffington Post.
Bree has Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and over fifteen years of clinical experience working with men, women, and couples.
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