Many singles come to a place where they’ve been so beaten down by the dating game that they throw their hands in the air and say “I CAN’T DO THIS ANYMORE!!” Frustration over being let down time and time again, either by the opposite sex or themselves, they get to the point where living a life single and alone becomes they’re only facing option. From there worry begins to set in. “Is that it? Will I always be alone? I’m not sure why it keeps happening for everyone else, but all I know it’s not happening for me.”
This is where the person hits rock bottom. A success at work, a pay increase, the next big sale, the next shopping spree, even the head turn from a sexy person of the opposite sex, none of it and I mean none of it deals with the pain. The pain of the disappointment of being without that which you really want can never be cured through quick fixes. If you’ve been in a major car accident and have deep gashes all throughout your body and
I came up to you and put bandages on your wounds what would you think?
You’d probably say “Stupid take me to a damn hospital, I need stitches you moron!!!” Yet you do the same thing with your disappointment in not winning in your dating life. When you look for temporary things to remove the pain its like trying to take bandaids and apply them over gashes. It doesn’t work. Yet many will keep repeating this cycle hoping for different results. This is insanity as its finest.
How long will you remain disappointed, frustrated and live with the constant friction inside of not living out what you want? Many Americans do this, they live the same boring, mundane lives, completely unwilling to confront their frustrations. Instead they numb it with watching television, going to the movies, overeating and shopping for things that they don’t even need.
Will you be one of the greater ones who’s willing to confront their disappointment and make the change? Will you refuse to remain lonely, single and frustrated?
If this resonated with you and you’re one of the one who wants to confront their disappointment, just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll chat about how to turn things around for you.