I believe that we each know deep down what we truly want in life. Some of us talk ourselves out of those desires because of fear. Fear of what others might think, fear of what we think our limitations are, fear of failure, and so on. My method is to help you figure out what you want-what will truly enrich your life and make you happy. I want to help you overcome your fears, and limiting beliefs to achieve those goals. I want you to envision the goals you want as realities. Then, put those goals into motion, to find yourself becoming the best version of you.
Be yourself So this is an obvious one. You want to be who you truly are while dating and in a relationship because you want to make sure that the man who is falling for you, is actually falling for you, not some made up version of who you think you should be. Being yourself is so important because you are going to mess up, you are going to have faults, just like everybody else does. But if this person can see those in you, and still have a working relationship anyway, isn't that the best for everybody? The other thing I want to warn though, is, it is good not too reveal too much right away. This isn't about hiding who you are, it's about getting to know, and to trust the other person before you share too much. When you tell your whole life story on the first date, it makes you look like someone who is overly trusting. A complete stranger frankly has not earned the trust it takes for you to share your life stories and secrets. And if you are sharing thos