Dating and When to Settle

Betsy Writes,
I’ve been alone for a big part of my life and haven’t had much success in relationships. Recently I met a man who seemed perfect at first. We’ve now been together about 6 months and I’m starting to see flaws in him – things that I don’t know if I can move past (he has trust issues, anger issues, etc.) However, I don’t want to break up with him because I’m afraid I won’t find anyone else. What should I do?

  • It’s very important to check in with yourself and figure out what your negotiable and non-negotiable characteristics are in a mate the relationship you want to be in.
  • When I work with my clients, they become very clear about what they are looking for in a partner and relationship—they don’t get involved with someone if they don’t have the traits and values that are fundamentally important to them in a relationship. This is what dating is about—figuring out what you want and can live with.
  • You also want to make sure that you give a relationship a chance even if you see flaws– We all have them—you decide what you are willing to work with and what you cannot live with.

You should never settle for anyone—because then the universe will not send you what you ultimately want and deserve.

Best Wishes to you Betsy. And for all of you watching feel free to email me at Rachel@theRelationshipSuite.com if you want me to answer any relationship questions

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