Is Ambivalence Sabotaging Your Dating Success? on The Terri Cole Show

Is Ambivalence Sabotaging Your Dating Success? on The Terri Cole Show

Do you think that you want to be in a relationship, but deep down there is a part of you that doesn’t want to be in a relationship? Sometimes our own ambivalence is stops us from going after what we romantically desire.

On this show, I also talk about limiting beliefs and the harm of being ambivalent. I share my own experience growing up in a male-bashing family and how I’ve healed from my own limiting beliefs. Once you understand your history, patterns, and self-love, you can be open to loving someone else.

If you need more support on your love relationships (whether you’re single or partnered), then now is also a great time to join Real Love Revolution.  Let’s make 2021 your year of epic love!

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“Whether you are partnered or whether you are single, you definitely have a downloaded love blueprint.” –  Terri Cole

Show Notes:

  • How to rewrite your love story
  • Why are you still single?
  • The harm of feeling ambivalent
  • What a limiting belief is
  • The importance of mastering love
  • What does male-bashing culture look like
  • How to identify perfectionist tendency
  • What is secondary gain

“Secondary gain is the non-obvious gain you get by staying stuck.” –  Terri Cole

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“Perfectionism is like a prison that keeps your life very small.” – Terri Cole

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  1. I feel stuck in dating world. I was married 30 years and divorced. I started dating online 2 years after my divorce. So far I haven’t met person to date. What is wrong with me?

    1. Hi Steli,
      Thank you for being here, and I’m holding space for you with compassion as you navigate the dating world! I think a better framework for your question might be, what’s the common denominator in who I have dated in the past and what hasn’t worked for me? How am I presenting myself when I seek out people to date? Start to learn more and get curious about your past and yourself. ❤️

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