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It isn't directly related to the money issue but women are very frustrating to me.When I was younger I was very shy and didn't date too much.After multiple bad jobs I've finally landed something that isn't great, but pays the bills.The experience has left me cynical of what we are supposed to do as men.I'm not too sure why I am posting this, I don't believe that I'll find an answer here. 6'1" 190 lbs with blue eyes and I am told I am attractive.I've had a bit of a financial meltdown recently which took a house from me and a good job.I don't want a house that sucks up my money anymore.I don't want to spend 10 hours every weekend mowing my f***ing lawn and blowing leaves.
On the other hand, if you really believe that you will find love, then you know every man you meet brings you one step closer to finding the right man for you. But I would remind myself that I was on the path to find love and nothing was going to get in my way. It took dating 30 men, but it was completely worth every bad date and heartbreak along the way. Get over this idea of perfection or you will stay single. However, that doesn’t mean that men don’t have their own amazing contribution to make to your life.
Clients come to me with these limiting ideas about dating, love and men and it’s my job to help them turn things around. Men get divorced for the same reason women do; they grew apart from their wives, the wives cheated, or circumstances just changed.
Here are some of the lies you may be telling yourself that are preventing you from finding love. There are lots of reasons why good men are single and looking for a woman like you. But you don’t need them to be because you only need one. We are not brought up the same, we have different innate skill sets, and our brains are wired differently.
So it’s no surprise that they don’t meet anyone interesting. One of my clients, Sally, insisted that all of the men in her town were married.
I was like this myself before I got serious about finding love. This is similar to the #1 lie that all the good men are taken, but with a local spin. Let’s refer to Lie #6 about all men being liars, cheaters, and players; obviously, generalisations don’t hold much water.Coach Amy Schoen says one way to know if a man is serious about finding love is the way he talks about his life and dating.