For example, let’s say you start seeing a new guy and things are going great. You feel a sense of dread deep in your gut and you know, you just know, that he’s never coming back.You talk regularly, go on fun dates, it seems to be going really well. Meanwhile, in boy land, he’s been really slammed at work and has barely had a minute to come up for air.
Ask yourself how badly you want a companion in your life. The best way for you to get over your dating fears is to walk directly into them. And if you allow yourself to feel the fears versus resisting the fear, what you might get is a great guy in your life. It can be scary but usually you only feel uncomfortable for a short period of time. I know uncomfortable equals growth and growth equals achieving my dreams of finding the man I want to share my life with. Take Dating Action It would be nice if you could just make a wish and Mr. Staying at home with your cat or your favorite TV show or all of the work you need to catch up on isn't going to get you to the man you want.So you enter into the relationship as your best self and then one of two things happens: it works out, or it doesn’t.And if it doesn’t, you’re OK because you know that it just means you weren’t a matforith that person. Yet when you're not sure what to do or how to handle the dating issues that come up, you make and use excuses that ultimately keep you from moving forward towards your dream of having a good man in your life. "There's no good men left out there to date," "I'm too busy to date," "No time to date," "All men are jerks," and the list goes on.To get the right guy into your life, you've got to be willing to let go of the excuses and get yourself online or out in the real world meeting men. Feel the Fear -- But Do It Anyway Your ego creates fear to keep you safe. It takes courage to do this -- courage I see my private clients show every day when they put themselves in the vulnerable position of meeting and getting to know new men, even though they are shaking in their boots as they do it.