As a dating coach I often get asked a lot of the same questions.
"How does being a coach effect your own dating life?" (Like I'll ever fully share that... perhaps when I'm married again and am having crazy sex will I spill the deeds!)
"Who do you give dating advice to men or women?" (Both, like one sex needs it less than the other?)
"Really people need a dating coach?" (To which my internal response is have you looked in a mirror lately? Or after a conversation about their own dating life I walk away scratching my head thinking... and you don't need one?)
Whether it be that I'm giving dating help for men or dating help for women, there's always one common denominator for those in need of dating tips. They've bought into a lie.
The lie could've come in from their last relationship, a teacher, or all the way back to their parents. We as human beings forget how powerful our words truly are.
I can be the chief of having a loose tongue and its something I'm constantly working on. The truth is our words do carry power and when met with a person in a vulnerable moment or a vulnerable place in their identity, it can pierce them like a two-edged sword.
So when others need help with dating or need a relationship expert, within the first couple of hours, sometimes even faster, my gift kicks in and I see exactly where the lie is and give them the roadmap out of the hurtful lie that keeps them enslaved.
What about you, are there some lies you're buying into? May I propose that those very same lies are also whats sabotaging you from getting the love you deserve.
There's a whole lot of lying going on... but are the words you're believing killing you?