Dating has become so confusing! From endless online sites that over promise to find you “the one.” To the growing mindset of complete commitment phobia. It’s really tough out there!
Especially if you are dating for commitment. The most common question I hear from my single and dating clients is, “How do I find someone who is wanting a lasting relationship?” They’re exhausted from the dead end dates that leave them disappointed and rejected.
Any of this sound familiar?
And most of the time, their exhaustion is because they haven’t mastered just one very important thing. Because without this, you’ll continually end up lost, misdirected and disappointed in your dating life.
So, what’s the one thing that will turn your dating world around?
You need to know what you want!
That’s it. Know what you want. Here is why this matters most.
If you don’t know what you specifically and honestly want, you will never discover the path that will get you there. Yogi Berra stated this so well:
“If you don’t know where you are going, you might end up somewhere else.”
When it comes to getting the relationship you most desire, you need to get down and dirty in the details. Unless you create a vision that is detailed and clear, you can too easily get pulled off course and in the wrong direction. You end up saying yes to everything (or everyone) that you need to be saying, “No, thank you” to!
If you tell me, “Well, what I want is a relationship that lasts!” I have no idea what that means! It’s far too vague. Get more clear. Please!
What does this relationship feel like? What does it look like? What are you doing together? What matters most to you in a partner? Tell me the details!
Begin to own what it is you absolutely and soulfully want from a loving intimate relationship. To help, I created this amazing one page worksheet to help you make your Lasting Relationship Vision.
You’ll then want to check out this blog on, How to Says No. And Why It Matters.
You’re well on your way to dating for commitment and lasting love! That’s incredible!
(Did you feel that? I just gave you a solid air high five!)