After 27 years of marriage, Reid is now a single guy, but he’s not a dater. (He doesn’t even know what dating is!) This hopeless romantic will spend his sessions learning how to date in the 21st century–including exploring and avoiding the pitfalls of online and offline dating.
Reid is the perfect client.
We love that he knows what he wants, and that he’s willing to learn and to open his mind to what this new chapter of his life has to offer.
After a divorce, there are many things to consider…and here are just a “few.”:
One: Why didn’t my marriage last? This is a question that will have varying answers depending on when you ask it. The most honest answer will probably be the one that puts both of your challenges and shortcomings into the spotlight. If you’re still playing the “blame game,” then you’re not being honest…and that is the first step to healing.
Two: What did I learn? Better question. I once had a client that learned the value of communication AFTER his divorce. While some might say that it’s too late, I say that he will take that lesson into his next relationship, and be better for it.
Three: Do I want to be married again? This is another great question, and one that you not take lightly. The answer will determine what your post-divorce relationships look like and will set the expectations for your future significant other.
[dropcap style=”1″ size=”3″]+[/dropcap] So, now it’s your turn. If you’re like Reid…let’s talk about it.
Amir is a great guy. We just have to stop him from believing that nice guys finish last. This belief stops him from getting the girl. Once he accepts that being a “nice guy” isn’t a bad thing, then he will have the ability to take control of his dating (or lack thereof) situation.
Will he be a playboy? No.
Will he be a pick-up artist? No.
Will he be a guy that can see not only a girl, but the right girl, talk to her, and ask her out? ABSOLUTELY!
One of the ways to help Amir is to coach him through our signature program, called, “Connecting™” In this program, he will have the ability to learn how to overcome his relationship-defeating beliefs and also be “connected” with women who could be viable candidates for a long-term relationship with Amir.