As one of my favourite authors, Cheryl Strayed says, “wanting to leave is reason enough.” Your time is precious.
Give yourself permission to walk away from things that don’t feel good.
The funny thing is, this new approach has actually worked. Instead of focusing on what you think needs “fixing” turn your attention to the things you really like about yourself – the things that make you feel awesome.
Your gut gives you better dating advice than any “dating guru” or I can.
I’ve discovered that dating involves finding a healthy balance between being open (giving things a chance) and following your intuition.
We don’t have enough time in our inner world where we can reflect on those experiences and listen to what our gut might have to say,” says Hana Ayoub, a professional development coach. Because your gut has been cataloging a whole lot of information for as long as you’ve been alive.
“Trusting your gut is trusting the collection of all your subconscious experiences,” says Melody Wilding, a licensed therapist and professor of human behavior at Hunter College.“Your gut is this collection of heuristic shortcuts.