HOW TO B-R-E-A-K THE CYCLE OF FAILED RELATIONSHIPS AND ATTRACT HEALTHY LOVE INTO YOUR LIFE
- What does your relationship resume look like? Why do you think that is?
- There is an elephant that registers for relationship webinars. I expose two that keep high achieving women stuck and attracting what they don't want.
- The answer to breaking the cycle isn't in how much knowledge you get about relationships or working on yourself alone, it's knowing who you are, whose you are and why you are. And only dating men who respect you for it.
- You don't need everybody, just the right somebody.
- You owe yourself an apology for blaming men for what you refused to heal.
- It's time to master relationships with a step-by-step roadmap that takes you into the mind of men so you can move on from the past, stop losing yourself in relationships, and know a man's intentions before you've invested more than you can afford to lose.
- You're in the right place if you are ready to take ownership of your love life and you are ready to do the work to understand men.
When you feel like you don't matter, you don't know that you deserve better. As a result, you get talked out of your voice, your value and your vision. That's why Life Coach and Relationship Solutionist Suzette Vearnon is passionate about her DO YOU SPEAK MALE Solution. In her coaching of high achieving women who oftentimes have had at least one divorce in their past, she saw a recurring theme. They lost themselves in relationships. What usually preceded it was an underlying uncertainty about their enoughness that never found resolution. As a result, when the relationship failed, a part of them wondered if it was their fault.
This is something that Suzette knows all too well. After two divorces and subsequent failed attempts at love, she felt the same. But when a 9-month relationship ended and she was challenged to give up on live, she Inner Knowing replied, "I'm not going out like that. Somebody's son is going to love this woman!"
With that, she turned in her resignation from victimhood and took ownership of her own love story. At age 50 she met her Forever Love and married him 5 years later. When folks tell her she's lucky and they hope that they'll experience love one day, she responds, "Luck had nothing to do with it. I worked for this."
So the question is are you going to keep doing what is not giving you the results you want or will you take ownership of your own love story? If you are serious about change, contact me!