I fail at dating

Your gut communicates to you the vital information that sometimes only your subconscious self can pick up on.

This includes how emotionally and physically safe you feel with a person.

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If you are one foot out and one foot in a past relationship, your current relationship is doomed for failure.

Building a healthy current relationship means you have put in the time and energy to move on from the past.

If you’re like many of the individuals I help, you’re wondering why your relationships never seem to work out as happily as you intend.

Certainly there are relationships that can surprise you in some very unsavory ways, no matter how much foresight you have or how long you’ve been together (think mid-life crisis gone bad).

Some of these relationship mistakes are easily avoidable in the beginning, whereas others are mistakes that one makes after getting a little too comfortable.

Humans are hard-wired to recall memories when cued by your environment.

Stalking your ex on social media sites, intentionally passing by his/her home or frequently visited spots or fantasizing about what it would feel like if he/she would come waltzing back into your life, this is a whole ‘nother story entirely.

" Phone rage "I was at a pub with someone I'd met on a dating website.

All was going well until my phone buzzed and I quickly checked it.