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The Most Attractive Quality a Woman Can Have

 

The Most Attractive Quality a Woman Can HaveThe Most Attractive Quality a Woman Can Have

Do know what is the most attractive quality a woman can have?

 

It’s not independence, sensuality, or even self-love–but it includes all of those things. The most attractive quality a woman can have is CONFIDENCE because a confident woman owns who she is and she knows she can attract the man she desires and deserves.

People will tell you that the reason you don’t have the love you want is because your expectations are too high. They say you’re asking for too much. This is simply isn’t true. The real reason you don’t have the relationship you want is because you haven’t had the confidence to ask for it.

True love is REAL and You can have it. All you have to do is:

Ask clearly for what you want…

Be willing to compromise when you can…

Speak your truth even if it means someone won’t like you…

Walk away when you know that someone isn’t right for you…

And continue to love yourself even in the face of rejection.

But how can you possibly open your heart and trust again when you’ve been lied to, abused, or cheated on before?

To have the love you deserve, you need confidence. You need to love and value yourself enough to have the courage to go for your heart’s desire.

But how do you get the confidence to do that… especially in the crazy-making dating world of today?

To answer this question, my friend and fellow relationship coach, Jeannine Addonisio, has invited me along with 25 other experts to be part of an awesome online interview series called The Confident Woman! 

This event is dedicated to helping YOU get your confidence on, rock out dating and attract a man who cherishes, desires and adores you! To sign up for this inspiring interview airing Sunday, November 13th, 2016, click here: http://jeannineaddonisio.com/theconfidentwoman/lisashield

Don’t miss my interview if you want to hear how I found the confidence to become one of the pioneers of online dating and go on 100 first dates before finding the love of my life.

Ladies, sixteen years ago, when I posted an online dating profile, there were no friends, dating experts or advice columns to cheer me on and tell me what to do. I walked through this uncharted territory—alone!

Check out my talk to find out how to stop buying into other people’s limiting beliefs about how bizarre it is to look for your soul mate on a computer screen or how you’re searching for a needle in a haystack because you want too much. These ideas are negative and they’re absolutely untrue.

Tune in to discover how getting Emotionally Naked and embracing the challenges of dating–both on and offline—can transform you into a confident, compassionate, compelling woman! When you do this, something truly remarkable happens: You will meet the man of your dreams, and HE will fall in love with YOU!

And this time you’ll be ready. This time you’ll have the confidence to open your heart and receive all the love this amazing man has to offer.

So, join Jeannine Addonisio and me to hear us talk about how to become your most confident self so you can find the love of your life and say goodbye to dating forever… Can I get an Amen to that? Click here to join this FREE Online Event and Gift Giveaway: http://jeannineaddonisio.com/theconfidentwoman/lisashield

You don’t want to miss this opportunity to hear the secrets of how to use dating as the catalyst for gaining genuine confidence and attracting the man of your dreams!

This interview is big… it’s powerful… it will change your life!

As always, I want to thank you for all of your love and support!  And if you haven’t joined my Facebook Group, Dating Without Drama, the definitive dating group where both women AND men share their struggles about how to date and relate while searching for their perfect mate, click here to join:  http://bit.ly/2esIwea

Xx,

The Confident Woman Interview Series

The REAL Reason You Haven’t Found Your Soul Mate…

 and NO, It Isn’t Self-Love

The REAL Reason You Haven't Found Your Soul Mate...

 

Hi Everybody!

Do you long to meet your soul mate with every cell in your being?

Do you dream of finding one, beautiful man who will love and cherish you forever?

Even if you’ve never had it, something deep inside you knows true love exists. You can feel it. You can feel your soul aching for your other half, for one man who thrills you and who is yours and yours alone.

I know other people will tell you’re asking for too much, but you’re not. True love is real and YOU can have it! All you have to do is have the courage to…

Ask clearly for what you want…

Be willing to compromise when you can…

Speak your truth even if it means someone won’t like you…

Walk away when you know that someone isn’t right for you…

And continue to love yourself even in the face of rejection.

But how can you possibly open your heart and trust again when you’ve been lied to, abused, or cheated on before?

To have the love you deserve, you need to possess one important quality: CONFIDENCE. You need to love and value yourself enough to have the courage to go for your heart’s desire.

But how do you get the confidence to do that… especially in the crazy-making dating world of today?

To answer this question, my friend and fellow relationship coach, Jeannine Addonisio, has invited me along with 25 other experts to be part of an awesome online interview series called The Confident Woman! 

This event is dedicated to helping YOU get your confidence on, rock out dating and attract a man who cherishes, desires and adores you! To sign up for this inspiring interview airing Sunday, November 13th, 2016, click here: http://jeannineaddonisio.com/theconfidentwoman/lisashield

Don’t miss my interview if you want to hear how I found the confidence to become one of the pioneers of online dating and go on 100 first dates before finding the love of my life.

Ladies, sixteen years ago, when I posted an online dating profile, there were no friends, dating experts or advice columns to cheer me on and tell me what to do. I walked through this uncharted territory—alone!

Check out my talk to find out how to stop buying into other people’s limiting beliefs about how bizarre it is to look for your soul mate on a computer screen or how you’re searching for a needle in a haystack because you want too much. These ideas are negative and they’re absolutely untrue.

Tune in to discover how getting Emotionally Naked and embracing the challenges of dating–both on and offline—can transform you into a confident, compassionate, compelling woman! When you do this, something truly remarkable happens: You will meet the man of your dreams, and HE will fall in love with YOU!

And this time you’ll be ready. This time you’ll have the confidence to open your heart and receive all the love this amazing man has to offer.

So, join Jeannine Addonisio and me to hear us talk about how to become your most confident self so you can find the love of your life and say goodbye to dating forever… Can I get an Amen to that? Click here to join this FREE Online Event and Gift Giveaway: http://jeannineaddonisio.com/theconfidentwoman/lisashield

You don’t want to miss this opportunity to hear the secrets of how to use dating as the catalyst for gaining genuine confidence and attracting the man of your dreams!

This interview is big… it’s powerful… it will change your life!

As always, I want to thank you for all of your love and support!  And if you haven’t joined my Facebook Group, Dating Without Drama, the definitive dating group where both women AND men share their struggles about how to date and relate while searching for their perfect mate, click here to join:  http://bit.ly/2esIwea

Xx,

 

 

Listen to the Best Interview I’ve Ever Done!

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Don’t miss my NEW Online Interview!

Hi Everybody!

Please sign up to hear the best interview I’ve ever done! I know everlasting love is what you seek. It’s what we all seek, and it takes courage, confidence, and inspiration to get back out there in the world of dating after you have been hurt in love and yearn to find it again.

As part of my commitment to support you in finding the love you desire, I am here to share an opportunity with you.

Whether you are divorced and single again, single and just haven’t found the right one yet, have had a lot of heartbreak in love, and are looking to find the strength to open up and put yourself back out there again, then you need to hear an interview series I’m participating in with my friend and colleague, Intuitive Relationship & Marriage Coach, Susan Ortolano.

In this interview series we talk about how people can move past the pain of heartbreak, and what it takes to get back out there in dating-land and find love again, for good this time.

Susan is also interviewing over 20 other accomplished relationship and love Experts. And she’s putting it all together in a FREE online event called Manifesting Love Again- How to get back into your groove and finally find the love of your life. I am thrilled to be a part of it!

If that title gives you even a little twinge of excitement, then you’re meant to be there. The event begins October 10th so come join us and discover what you need – the tips, the secrets, and tools to move beyond your past and look ahead to a future filled with hope for love and for the ideal relationship you seek. Here is how to claim your spot for this incredible event now!

Just Click Here To Claim Your FREE Spot!

During this Series you will discover:

  • What you need to do to gain the courage and confidence to get back into the dating world again after heartbreak.
  • Effective and current top notch dating and love tips you need to know, especially if you haven’t dated in a while.
  • How to shift your mindset, up your style, feel more attractive, sexy, and be a magnet for love at any age!
  • Why it is important not to give up on love no matter what and no matter how old you are!
  • How to stay inspired to get back into your groove, hold your head high, and open your heart again.
  • How sex & intimacy factor into the dating process
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  • And so much more!

I am excited to participate in this free online event to continue to help YOU put your heart out there again and find the love that you seek.

Just Click Here To Claim Your FREE Spot!

Honestly, it is an opportunity of a lifetime to get free training in this series featuring me along with some of the top love and relationship experts around.

Reserve your spot now for this inspirational and educational series, and take the next step to Manifest Love Again!

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Much love and many thanks for your support!

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The Healing Power of Acceptance

The Healing Power of Acceptance

The Healing Power of Acceptance

The Price You Pay for Pressuring a Guy Into Proposing

The Price You Pay for Pressuring a Guy Into Proposing

The Price You Pay for Pressuring a Guy Into Proposing

You’re head-over-heels, I’d-do-anything-for-him in love. He tells you he’s never had feelings like this for anyone else before… but every time you look down at your left hand, your heart falls to the floor. He still hasn’t put a ring on it. What’s worse, with each photo of another friend’s diamond ring you see and feel obligated to “like” on Facebook, you become a little more envious, a little more desperate… and a little angrier at the love of your life.

Why the f*** hasn’t he proposed!?!

Few things are more frustrating for a woman than a man who won’t propose. Let’s face it, watching all your girlfriends get married—especially the ones who haven’t even been with their partners as long as you’ve been with yours—can be gut-wrenching. As happy as you are for them, it’s hard not to feel a certain ache when it seems like everyone you know is getting to “I Do”…  except for you. There they are, on honeymoon in Paris, while you’re sitting at home scrolling though your Instagram feed, feeling more embittered by the minute, contemplating ultimatums.

So, what gives?

Over the years, many of my male clients have told me they would marry their girlfriends tomorrow if… drum roll pleasethey would just chill out and stop being so anxious!

Seriously?

Yep. The biggest complaint I hear from the men I coach is that they don’t want to sign-up for a lifetime of fighting and struggling with the woman they love. A big part of the trouble is that all the anxiety and disappointment surrounding the issue of proposals and marriage causes tension and resentment, and before they know it, the sex and intimacy that made their relationship so amazing in the first place is taking a backseat to fighting, name-calling, and bitterness.

And guess what? Sex and intimacy are the things you need most if you want to sustain a healthy, happy marriage!

Believe it or not, men actually want intimacy just as much as women do, but they feel that intimacy more when there’s less fighting. Also, men don’t like feeling as if they’re being pushed into things or that someone is making their decisions for them. Oftentimes, marriage is on a man’s mind, but when he starts feeling pressured and pushed around by his partner, he’ll start to feel threatened, guilty, and confused… and he may have second thoughts. The pressure and fighting can feel emasculating and disrespectful, and it doesn’t bode well for a man’s ego… or his romantic feelings.

The bottom line is this: men are romantic, and when they truly love a woman they want to make her feel special… and eventually make it official. But they want to do it in their own way, on their own timetable, when it feels right.

I know it can seem agonizing to wait for a proposal, but pushing him when he’s not ready or picking fights because things aren’t happening as quickly as you’d like can definitely work against you.

There’s nothing wrong with letting him know you wanna hear those wedding bells chime, but if you beat him over the head with them, they’re going to start sounding like warning bells: get out while you still can!

So, the next time you’re about to let your anxiety and anger get the best of you, think about what’s at stake: you just might sabotage your relationship before he even has a chance to get down one one knee.

If your anxiety is getting out of control and causing you to push your partner away, you might benefit from some coaching. I’ve helped hundreds of couples improve their intimacy and communication and get to marriage… and I can help you, too! In fact, I’ve even officiated at a few of the weddings for couples I’ve coached :-) Click the button below to book a consult…

The Price You Pay for Pressuring a Guy Into Proposing

 

 

Those Who Know How to Think Need no Teachers

Those Who Know How to Think Need no Teachers

Naked Truth #2: It Doesn’t Always Pay to Pull Out all the Stops on a First Date

Naked Truth #2: It Doesn’t Always Pay to Pull Out all the Stops on a First Date

Naked Truth #2: It Doesn’t Always Pay to Pull Out all the Stops on a First Date

Lots of guys think they have to go all out on the first date to impress a woman and get her interested, but the date itself is really only a small part of the equation. When you read my assistant’s story below about her two Tinder dates (and find out which guy she ended up with!) you might consider getting to know someone a little better before you go for broke. -Lisa

Two years ago, fresh out of grad school and single as I’d ever been, I downloaded Tinder. I was tired of hanging around the same guys in the tight-knit L.A. circle I had floated in and out of since college, and I figured I’d give it a shot. In the three months I was on the app, I only ended up going out with two of the guys I matched with… but the dates couldn’t have been more different.

I met the first guy, Robby, for drinks at a dive bar of his choosing in Santa Monica. I didn’t feel some over-the-top attraction at first, but I had a good time. He was handsome and intelligent. We spent about 45 minutes together, enjoyed some interesting conversation about music and art, and parted ways. I didn’t know if I would see him again, but there was a quiet confidence about him that intrigued me, and so I checked the box for “maybe” in my head.

My second Tinder date was, coincidentally, scheduled for the following night. (I wasn’t one to waste any time!) Let’s just say this one was a step up from drinks at a dive bar. Brendan had an “extra” ticket for the sold-out Paul McCartney concert at Dodger Stadium. He lived within walking distance of the show, so I met him at his place before the gig. When I arrived, I saw that he had arranged an elaborate wine and cheese spread on his back patio and had cued the new Sharon Van Etten record we’d been chatting about over text on his sound system. It was pretty adorable. When we got to the venue, I was pleasantly surprised to find our seats were top notch— on the floor, just behind third base. “If this is all for the first date,” I thought to myself, as Sir Paul transitioned into ‘Blackbird,’ “what would he possibly do for our second?”

Well…. we never made it there. Brendan was a total sweetheart, and we had a good time together, but as we were walking back from the concert that night, my mind turned—rather unexpectedly—to Robby. Here I was, on this incredible date with this sweet guy who had clearly put a lot of effort (and $$$) into showing me a good time, and I was thinking about the guy who picked the less-than-impressive dive bar for our first meeting? Let’s just say I was as surprised by my reaction as you probably are, dear reader. But, as Emily Dickinson once wrote, “the heart wants what the heart wants – or else it does not care.”

The next morning, I woke up to a text from Robby asking how the concert was. (I had mentioned I was going, but had conveniently left out the fact that it was with another guy I had met on Tinder.) We texted back and forth for a bit, and he asked me if I’d like to have dinner with him later that week. This time, he stepped up his game and suggested a nice restaurant in Venice Beach.

I have to admit, the date felt a little awkward in the beginning. While it wasn’t our first meeting, we still hadn’t had the time to develop any real rapport. We were both too nervous to eat a big meal, so we ordered a dozen oysters and a bottle of wine. The oysters were delicious and I was flattered that he’d taken me to such a nice place, but it wasn’t until we sunk into a comfy booth at another dive bar afterward that we really warmed up to each other. There was just something about a no-frills, no-nonsense spot that took the pressure off and made it easier for us both to relax and open up. (Come to think of it, that bottle of wine probably didn’t hurt, either!)

It’s been almost two years since that date, and eight months ago, Robby and I moved in together. The moral of the story? Sure, it’s always nice to put some thought into a date and make an effort to show someone a good time, but at the end of the day, a date only lasts an evening, but a real connection can last a lifetime.

While I don’t necessarily advocate taking a woman to a dive for a first meeting (I still give Robby sh*t for that… a nice wine bar is more my speed!), the next time you feel totally stressed about planning that perfect date for a woman you hardly know, remember—the heart wants what the heart wants. If you have a real connection with someone, it’s not going to matter whether you take her out for a cocktail or to a Paul McCartney concert on the first meeting. Grab a drink! Go for a walk! Make a picnic! Take her to your favorite taco stand! If there’s real chemistry—and your date’s not some totally shallow you-know-what—she’s going to have a good time, and you’re going to get a second date.

Are you having trouble meeting someone out in the dating world? Book a consultation with Lisa and see how she can help you turn your dating around!

Naked Truth #2: It doesn’t always pay to pull out all the stops on a first date

Finally, the Answer to All Your Bad Dates!

Finally, the Answer to all Your Bad Dates!

Finally, the Answer to All Your Bad Dates!

This is everyone’s dating nightmare: You’re sitting across the table from someone and the conversation is as stale as a week old Trader Joe’s baguette. He’s been ranting about his bitchy ex-girlfriend for nearly an hour, and every time you try to change the subject, he somehow manages to bring it back to her. You have visions of “accidentally” spilling your martini in his lap, but you can’t because your drink is the only thing that’s keeping you from completely losing your mind.

We’ve all been there. Bad dates, especially a string of bad ones, can be agonizing. After enough disappointments, it’s easy to feel like throwing in the towel and giving up on love completely.

But before you delete your online dating profile and resign yourself to being single forever, consider this: what if all of those dates—even the disastrous ones—are actually opportunities for you to practice becoming the person you need to be when the love of your life arrives?

Take it from someone who went out on almost 100 first dates in two years before I found my soul mate: If you want to find an incredible partner, you have to first know how to be an incredible partner—and that’s something most people don’t know how to do. Most of us don’t know how create a successful relationship with ourselves, let alone with another person.

Let me back up a minute. When I first started dating, I was a mess. I knew I wasn’t ready for the kind of relationship I really wanted, but I knew that I could use the dating process to help me get there. By going out on lots of dates with many different men, I was able to work through much of the anxiety I had about getting close to a man. I practiced speaking up for myself, I learned how to talk to men and ask for what I needed, and I learned how to face rejection and hear the word “no” without overreacting or taking it personally. I also became more honest, open, vulnerable, and playful. I exercised restraint and stopped having sex without a commitment. In the end, I realized that as long as I was challenging myself to grow and learn, there was no such thing as a bad date. Two years later, when I met my future husband, I was a very different woman than when I first started dating.

We all have some growing to do. So, the next time you’re on a less-than-exciting date, don’t just sit there feeling like you’re wasting your time. Ask yourself: how can I use this experience to become a more loving, openhearted person? How can I be a better listener? Is there more of myself that I need to share? What can I do to be more playful, inquisitive, and engaged?

It might seem like you’re just being faced with one disappointment after another, but the truth is you might not even be ready for the kind of relationship you’re looking for. Dating can offer lessons and challenges that you won’t get anywhere else. Going back to the example of the date with that guy who won’t stop talking about his ex, the challenge there would be to find a diplomatic way to tell him what you’re really thinking. You might say something like, “It doesn’t seem like you’re ready to date. It feels like you’re still working through your last relationship.” If you say something, you’ll walk away feeling good about speaking up, and your date will have gained a little insight into what he’s doing wrong.

In the end, dating is what you make of it. You don’t know how many dates stand between you and the love of your life, so why not use the ones in between to become the best version of yourself you can be? Take it from someone who’s been there: no matter how long the wait—and how rough the dating waters—it will all be worth it in the end.

 

Dating doesn’t have to be a drag. Click here to schedule a free consult and find out how Naked Dating® is a path that can lead to real love.

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“Naked” Dating Tip #3: The best way to get a guy to ask for your number online

"Naked" Dating Tip #3: The best way to get a guy to ask for your number online

“Naked” Dating Tip #3

This guy and I have been messaging back and forth for several days. Why hasnt he asked for my number and how do I get him to!?!

With the growing popularity of online dating websites and apps like Tinder and Bumble, I’m hearing this question more and more often from my female clients. They complain that too many of the men they’re communicating with online never get around to asking for their phone number or asking them out on a date. This can be extremely frustrating because we want a man to be strong and assertive, and we don’t feel like we should have to take the lead.

So, what do we do?

We can start by having a little compassion for the dudes. With online dating it’s really hard for men to gauge if a woman is ready to pass along her digits. That being said, your initial messages aren’t supposed to be used as a way of getting to know everything about each other. You can do that once you meet and you see if there’s an attraction. There are so many people using apps and online dating sites today that you need to separate yourself from the crowd by creating enough interest and excitement to get someone to want to meet you in person.

The way to do that is by being playful and a little mysterious. Sending your number and asking a guy to call you isn’t very original or challenging. Instead, try writing something like, “I bet if you asked for my number, I’d give it to you!” If you want to be even more playful, you could say, “If you think I’m this fun over email, imagine how much fun I would be on the phone :)” And if you’re feeling really bold, you could say, “The suspense is killing me! Ask for my number already :)” Trust me: as long as you phrase it as a challenge and you make your message sound provocative and inviting, any guy in his right mind will take the bait!

If you’re struggling with how to be playful on or offline and you need some guidance, book a consult with me to see how I can help you find the exciting, fun-loving man of your dreams!

The Rules are for Fools

The Rules are for Fools


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The Rules are for Fools

In my grandmother’s era, there were lots of “rules” about dating. Her brother, my Great Uncle Sid, loves to tell the story of the first time a certain gentleman called to ask her out. Uncle Sid said that this man was handsomer than Gregory Peck and equally as charming. All the young women at the Jewish Community Center in St. Louis, MO had their eye on him, but he only had eyes for my granny.

One Thursday evening, the gentleman in question gave my grandmother a call. They chatted easily and effortlessly for a few minutes, but when she hung up the hallway phone, she collapsed in the corner and burst into tears. The family came running to see what happened. “Helen, darling,” my great grandmother said, crouching down to wipe her daughter’s tear-stained face with the hem of her apron. “Tell us what’s wrong!”

“Al Gelfand asked me on a date… b-b-but,” she replied, choking on her words, “I told him No.” My poor grandmother. Prince Charming had just asked her out and she turned him down. But why!?

“What are you talking about, Helen?” my uncle Sid said, questioning his older sister. “All you’ve been doing is blabbering about Al Gelfand for months, and now he calls, asks you on a date, and you say no?” He cocked his head to one side and raised an eyebrow suspiciously.

“You dont understand,” my grandmother lectured. “It’s Thursday and he asked me out for tomorrow night. No self-respecting girl would ever accept such an invitation! He needs to give me some advance notice. Doesn’t he think I have a social life?”

“But this morning you told me you didn’t have any plans tomorrow,” my uncle retorted.

My grandma eyed her little brother curiously. “That’s not the point,” she said, feigning an air of superiority. “Albert Gelfand needs to know that I’m in high demand and that I’m not just sitting here waiting for the likes of him to call.” She managed to remain calm for a few seconds, and then erupted into another crying fit. “Oh no!” she sobbed despairingly. “What have I done? What if he never asks me out again?”

The good news is that Al Gelfand was no slouch. He didn’t give up easily. And being the smart cookie that she was, my grandmother probably gave him a little hint before turning him down, as well. I’m sure she said something like: “I’d love to go out with you, Al, but my weekends do fill up rather quickly.” The dapper Mr. Gelfand took my grandmother’s advice to heart. The next time he called to ask her out, my future grandfather gave my grandmother plenty of notice.

In my grandmother’s day, women really had only one path in life: to become wives and mothers. My grandmother’s entire agenda was to bag a great man and, to do that, she had to use her womanly charms to lure him in. But now it’s 2016! We’ve fought long and hard for equal rights, and we have so many more opportunities available to us than just getting married. Still, when it comes to dating, many women feel the need to follow the same antiquated rules my grandma Helen did all those years ago. From never making the first move to not accepting a date without three-days advance notice, I’m shocked to see how many of my female clients still date like it’s 1936. Many women are still convinced that they have no choice but to continue playing silly games to meet a guy.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t end there. Some of my female clients feel they need to downplay their success or accomplishments for fear of overshadowing a man. How can we have come so far in so many ways, only to feel that we still have to hide who we are? Case in point: a few months ago, my client, Maggy, told me that she was afraid of what would happen when Marco, the guy she was dating, found out that she owns three investment properties. Marco wasn’t doing as well as she was in his career and she was scared he would be intimidated by her success. Maggy is turning something that should be a blessing and make her more viable as a partner into a curse. Ironically, if she keeps downplaying her success, she will continue to attract insecure men. The right man wouldn’t be threatened by her success, he would feel proud to be with her.

Women today are not like my grandmother. We have careers, mortgages, and bank accounts of our own, and most of us don’t need a man to take care of us. It’s time to stop playing games, embrace our accomplishments, and look for men who are our equals. If you’re out in the dating world and you want to attract a good man, don’t play by my grandmother’s rules—in fact, don’t play by anyone’s rules. The real way to win the heart of the right man isn’t by avoiding his calls or downplaying your success; it’s by showing up authentically and opening up your heart so he can see the real you. Your soul mate can’t find you if you’re hiding behind a mask or playing by rules that were created in a different day and time. If my grandma Helen was around today, she wouldn’t kowtow to any man. She would be running the show and she’d have all the men chasing after her!

Do you want to learn how to get “naked” and show up authentically on dates? Book a consultation with me and see how I can help!

The Rules are for Fools

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