Struggling with Love? Here’s What to Do

by Janet Ong Zimmerman on 04/02/2015

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Love was never meant to be hard and if you’re struggling with love, it’s not your fault.  Chances are, you’ve tried to improve things and perhaps have taken steps forward.  Yet, even if you’ve made some strides, it is frustrating when the momentum stops and things start stalling.  One day you’re having a great time with a guy you really like.  The next day and the day after, you don’t hear from him and wonder if he’s changed his mind about you.  Or you find yourself not saying what you really mean to your partner because you’re afraid of speaking your truth.

I’ve been there and have been confused and uncertain from being in these kinds of situations.  The problem I found when trying to improve things were they made me feel like I had to be a watered down version of myself in order to get and keep a man’s attention or I was wearing a mask that would fall off at any moment.  When I tried to improve things on my own, the things I tried didn’t bring me true and lasting love.  So then I started to look for answers by reading books and Googling solutions to my dilemmas.

How do you know what to do?

If you’re like I was, the things you’ve tried to improve your love life haven’t really worked.  You know things aren’t working, and you’re not sure what to do.  The tips, tricks and techniques can only help a little.  And if you’re looking for the real deal when it comes to love, it requires learning how to love at a really deep level – a level that goes way beyond tips, tricks and techniques.  If you want to improve your love life once and for all, it’s best to get some help from the right person.

Learning how to love at a deeper level takes time and help from someone who has walked in your shoes, transformed her own love life, and is in a fulfilling and loving relationship.  If years have passed you by and you still haven’t found true love, then you need something like an in-depth program.  There are a lot of courses and programs out there, and it’s important to find the ones that help you at a deeper level.

It’s okay to ask for help

I have a confession: My love life was a failure for a long time – I was in an on-again, off-again relationship for 7 years, in a 5 year relationship that should have lasted a year, and broke up twice with the man I loved dearly.  I gave the impression that things were fine, but deep inside, my heart was breaking and I was longing for true and lasting love.  In my late 30s, I found success in love and shortly after, met “the one”.

So what did I do differently?

I stopped trying to figure it out on my own, and got some help. I worked with a Relationship Coach to understand how I was sabotaging my efforts at finding love, made the necessary changes within, and learned how to love in a healthy way.

And did it work?  It did!  I took these love lessons to heart which ultimately led to my happily ever after.  Even though I consider myself a smart woman, I needed the outside perspective to help me see my own blind spots.  It was obvious when I saw them, but I would not have noticed if I didn’t have this Relationship Coach giving me a different perspective.

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I’m grateful for how I was able to have this experience and want to pay it forward.  My big vision is to help smart, successful women like you have the love you desire and deserve.  I’d like to help you, so I came up with this idea:

During the month of April, I’m going to do 20 telephone/Skype consultations. I’ll get on the phone with you for 30 minutes or a full hour, and you can tell me exactly what’s troubling you about your love life. I’ll then give you advice that is specific to your situation.

Sound good?  If so, request your consultation and let’s start improving your love life.

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