When I finally got the chance to move to DC a much bigger city from where I’d been living, I was chomping at the bits to start online dating.
I was years behind my “life plan,” and I needed to meet someone pronto.
After a snaggle of an early relationship in DC, my profile was up and running.
I was having fun meeting new people, checking out new spots in DC, and saw online dating as the opportunity it was, rather than “having to be online to find love.”
Not all my friends loved it, which made me realize online dating is what you make it.
I know you're spending more even more time online these days. You can see it as a "get to" or a "have to." You can get bent out of shape every time a weirdo or creeper makes their way into your inbox, or let it go. You can choose to have fun with it, or not.
To be clear, online dating is NOT your problem in your love life, nor is it the answer to your love life problems.
But it WILL highlight any blocks you already have in love.
If you think online dating is your main block to love, do you really believe if you were dating pre-Match.com that you wouldn’t have any problems in your love life?
Given the state of the world right now, and how our lives are even MORE online than they were before, this week on the Love Life Connection, I’m talking about three of the most common limiting beliefs I hear from women like you about online dating:
"Online dating isn't for me./I'm not cut out for online dating."
"No one writes me back/pursues me."
"You have to pick through the weeds." These limiting beliefs will hold you back from meeting great potential partners, and in today's episode, I’ll break down how to move past each block so you can find success online.
If you hate online dating or believe there’s more “value” in meeting someone offline (ie, "I'd rather meet someone organically." Why isn't meeting someone online organic?), this episode is for you.
Click the link in my bio to listen, and don’t forget, you can listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Spotify!