Erin~I was listening this morning about your break up. I feel your pain. I too consider myself a professional woman with a career that maybe intimidate to most men. I used to spend so much time wondering why things never seem to work out, but not anymore. I've realized that I deserve the best and am worthy of a man who treats me with respect. So, if he's just not that into me, I move on. It has been difficult for me to admit over the years but much of my problem has been low self esteem. Like you, I once spent much time wondering why people don't like me and what's wrong w/ me. Now I believe that we attract people to us depending on how we feel about ourselves. Once you truly believe that you deserve the best and emit that positive energy into the world, you will attract positive energy back to you and more loving people into your life, including a wonderful man. I promise. Good luck. I'll be listening...
blah, blah, blah....i've waited months for this!! ;)heheheheeee.... no....sorry.... I know you're not writing blogs again for a good reason. but....it's going to be the summer of Rebecca and Erin, for sure! Let the trouble begin!(rubbing my hands together like an evil doer! Lol)
Erin, You need to know that it wasn't you that the relationship didn't work out, it's the fact that you both weren't compatible. Make a list of all the things that you want in a relationship & the things that you don't. When you are meeting guys, notice what they've got that's on your list. You don't have to completely stick to your list, it's a guideline. Also, don't rush into things. Have a little fun before you make a serious commitment, that way you won't get hurt (somewhat). Have you ever tried online dating?
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