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She’d been married twice – including the most recent one for 22 years – and has had a few short-term relationships after her divorce.
All of her trial and error led Mattie to believe that something was wrong with her – that it was her fault these men were not sticking around.
You’ve probably experienced the same thing.
After a certain number of dates, you tend to internalize these ideas:
- There’s something wrong with me.
- There’s something wrong with men.
That’s what Mattie thought when she came to me.
Then she started embracing my coaching philosophies from Love U:
What happened next was a 180-degree turnaround from her previous 54 years:
Since I was 16 years old, I’ve longed for a lifetime love, someone who loves me as deeply as I love him. But all my relationships failed. Too many times, I fell fast and hard and loved a man more than he loved me. Or, I just never liked him very much.
I’m not a materially wealthy woman but I’ve been basically content with my life…However, when I started online dating, I did so knowing I’d achieved every major goal I’d set for myself—except one. I still had not found a true life partner.
Eventually, it became clear to me that your advice is the bomb. You don’t suggest dating gimmicks, tricks and formulas. Instead, you helped me understand how men think. Your book, “Why He Disappeared,” showed me all the mistakes I’d been making with men, including the two partners I’d briefly dated after separating and including my ex-husband who I married after a two-month courtship—before we really knew each other.
“Finding the One Online” prompted me to get professional photos taken and to rewrite my dating profile. As a result, not a week …