Do you wonder how to attract the right man? But you feel like you’re stuck in a carousel of disappointing relationships? It’s like a never-ending loop of attracting the wrong types of partners or finding yourself in one-sided love affairs. But fear not because I’m going to share some insight into the intriguing world of repeating relationship patterns.
For starters, you are not alone if you’ve found yourself dating someone who turns out to be a lot like your ex.. Different person, maybe even different looks but similar characteristics.
So frustrating right?!
How to attract the right man by breaking your previous patterns:
Let’s be real, we’re creatures of habit. We tend to gravitate towards what we know, even if it’s not good for us. It’s like ordering that greasy fast-food burger for the umpteenth time, knowing it’ll leave you feeling regretful. Well, the same goes for relationships. We often find ourselves drawn to familiar dynamics, even if they’re toxic or unfulfilling. But here’s the secret sauce: awareness. By recognizing these patterns, you’re already on your way to breaking free.
Take a moment to ponder and answer these questions:
What made your previous partners the wrong fit for you? Were they emotionally unavailable, lacking common values, or did they have commitment issues? Did you overlook any glaring red flags or warning signs, thinking you could change them or that things would magically get better? Let’s get personal—what are your own beliefs and expectations when it comes to love and relationships? Do you feel deserving of a healthy, balanced connection?
Uncovering Deep-seated Beliefs
Our beliefs act like magnetic forces, attracting or repelling potential partners. Take a moment to examine the beliefs you hold about yourself, love, and relationships. Do you secretly think you’re unworthy of a loving partnership? Or perhaps you fear intimacy like a cat fears water? These beliefs, buried deep within, silently shape your relationship choices. When I work with my clients I use my Love Coding method to help them uncover and release these unconscious beliefs. Want to experience this breakthrough for yourself? Click this link and I’ll share more about it with you.
Picture this: you’re the gatekeeper of your heart, with a “No Trespassing” sign for those who don’t meet your standards. It’s essential to know your needs, values, and limits, and communicate them assertively. Embrace the power of saying no when something doesn’t align with your values. Trust me, establishing boundaries is like putting up a force field that repels the wrong partners and invites the right ones.
This is one of my favourite books I share with clients that help them learn to create, communicate and hold their boundaries. The Book of Boundaries by Melissa Urban. It’s one thing to know that you need to set a boundary and it’s another thing to know how to do it and keep it.
I really believe that we have not been taught how to do this well.
Embracing Growth and Learning
It’s time to reframe your perspective on “failed “relationships. Instead of dwelling on the pain and disappointment, view them as valuable lessons on your journey of self-discovery. I hold the belief that every relationship, romantic or not, is a container for us to grow and heal, if we allow ourselves to. Embrace these lessons and let them guide you towards making healthier choices in the future. Remember, you have the power to transform your love life. Ask yourself, what is one thing I’m learning about myself right now?
How to attract the right man
Jul 18, 2023