Wondering if you need a love coach? Maybe things keep going south for you in the love department. Somehow or other your dating life is slim to none. Or you keep getting ghosted, cheated on or disappointment in the guys you date. Maybe you are in a relationship that seems to be going nowhere fast. Or you have reached your 40’s, 50’s and older. And you feel like you are nowhere near where you thought you would be at this point in your life.
With all the apps and sites finding the One has become extremely complicated! And it can wear you down if you don’t know how to approach it. A love coach is an expert who can give you a map to this foreign territory. Who can believe in you, inspire you and help you make it all work out much sooner than you would on your own.
Here then are 6 red-flag signs you need a Love Coach now:
#1 Sign You Need a Love Coach: You are sick and tired of being sick and tired about dating.
The umpteenth guy just ghosted you and you are feeling like you want to run for the hills. Or maybe you are in a relationship with a guy who seems married to his video games. Or you just can’t get out of the texting zone with the new hottie you just met. You are sick of a constant round of disappointment after disappointment. It is grating on you. It is wearing down your self-esteem. You are starting to feel unwanted, unchosen, disposable, less-than. You are starting to feel bad about yourself.
This is a huge red flag that you need help in the dating arena pronto. From a knowledgeable expert who can explain that it is not about you. A wise coach who can show you where the great guys are and how to get them on your dance card. Remember, it is not about you!
#2 Sign You Need a Love Coach: You can’t get over your ex.
You are sad and crying all the time over your breakup. Deep in ruminations about what you shoulda, coulds, woulda said that could have stopped things from ending with your ex. You are constantly checking his Facebook page to see if he is with another woman. You are binge eating, or not eating much at all. In short you are in heartbreak and you feel like life is not worth living without him. Your friends set you up on a date but you hate the guy, because he is not your ex. You alternate between blaming him and blaming yourself about things falling apart. You just can’t stop thinking about him. And you are miserable.
Ok, this is a strong grief reaction that needs to be…