Are you starting to doubt that you’re the “great catch” that everyone says you are?
Do you long for not just soulmate love, but also deep connections with other like-minded women? Loneliness is becoming more common in today’s world.
I think it’s safe to say that people on dating sites aren’t exactly satisfied with their solo lifestyle.
The single men of the world are literally at your fingertips. Which is totally fine…IF you’re content being on your own through life.
Maybe you’re new to actively searching for soulmate love or perhaps you’ve been on the path for a while.
Either way, we know how easy it can be to slip into a habit of sitting at home and just reading books or blogs, or “attending” live webinars or streaming an event that’s happening on the other side of the country.
Why is getting out into the world and meeting people to learn in person just not the same as doing an online learning experience?
Because no technology can replace the warmth that comes from connecting to people face to face.
Going through a cycle of terrible guys just to fill a void is only going to shatter your self-worth in the process.
But that cozy feeling of sharing a space and conversation with other like-minded people? Once a year we host a Love Breakthrough Weekend to give women the opportunity to work with us live and in person.
This program is so transformative that women fly in from all over the world to be there.
They’re awesome at sweet talking, but they suck at following through and being genuine. When your biggest priority is simply finding someone, you end up settling for anyone.
After all, how can they give you legitimate compliments when they don’t know anything about you, and they don’t try to get to know you, either? If you’re constantly settling for the easiest solution, you’ll quickly lose sight of the type of guy you really deserve, and who you should be looking for in the long run.
After settling for enough of these guys, you start to believe that every guy is going to be the same, and you’ll become paranoid when you do actually meet a good one. Feeling even lonelier when your relationship comes to a quick and messy end is super counterproductive to what you wanted to accomplish in the first place.