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Posted by Sandy Weiner in dating after divorcelove after 40 0 comments. I interviewed David Steele and his lovely wife, Darlene about not settling in a relationship. David is a California-based Marriage and Family Therapist who founded the Relationship Coaching Institutethe first and largest international relationship coach training organization.
Be sure to visit his website at www. Their love is palpable!
To listen to the whole inspiring show. David: I was married and divorced twice, and I felt bad about myself. She convinced me to give it a chance. A year later, I finally had the courage to break it off. David: Being in a relationship where all requirements and needs and wants are not met. I longed to be loved fully for who I am. It felt scary. Was I fooling myself? After my divorce, I wanted to start dating again. It was a bit of a confusing journey. I needed a new pair of sandals, shoes that were comfortable to walk in.
I just felt it. David: We had been on two dates. I had Darlene over for dinner. In the first five minutes, I thought this woman is adorable. It became stronger with time. It kind of scared me. I wanted to be cautious, not jump into anything. I walked her to her car after dinner. We hugged for the first time. David: Most are not clear about who they are and what they need and want in a relationship. Write your list as long as you can.
Do it in a week. Keep adding to your list. Identify the non-negotiable deal breakers. These are the things that you would rather get a divorce over than put up with those things. How many are left to your list? Most people have between requirements. Apply a few test questions to the things on your list: if you fell in love and you really wanted it to work and everything was perfect, but this one thing was missing, would you have to break it off?
Example: having children. You want. You should pick a partner who also wants. The things that pass your test questions will be the things that meet your requirements. Chances are, those past relationship patterns are contributing to your relationship issues. Make sure to work those things out before searching for a life-long partner. Once you have your list, you choose your partner based on your requirements.
You might be alone for a while. This became a requirement for me. Darlene is a nurse. This fit my requirements. The bonus is that she decided to leave her profession and me in RCI in my mission to help people with their relationships!
Singles tend to get discouraged. Think of dating this way: Imagine a big multi-story barn filled with hay. It seems impossible. Being clear about who you are and what you want will help you find it. Listen to the radio show for more exciting relationship tips, and to hear a couple who truly love and respect each other.
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