Do you want to be in a relationship, but find yourself attracting the same people, experiencing the same let downs, and struggling to keep your own identity?Clients often share their frustrations around not finding a life long partner and questioning whether they will ever find someone.We'll take a look at your past relationships to see what has worked and what hasn't, why you keep choosing the same type of person, and whether you're still carrying unresolved hurt and pain from past relationships.It's so important to learn to be yourself and own your identity while being a part of a couple.I often hear how difficult it is for singles to find a suitable partner in New York City.Dating seems to be something that people cringe about more often than not, but why?Whether you are seeking to find the love of your life or are wondering if you made the right decision with your current partner, we will give you the information and tools you need to find love and keep your relationship strong. Relationship Reality 312 was expressly established to work exclusively with people like you who want a satisfying love life: Our Mission – To equip singles and couples with the tools to create and sustain healthy, satisfying and passionate relationships.
We'll address what you're looking for in a relationship, and what seems to be getting in the way.
DO make the conversation reciprocal, be inquisitive and show your interest in getting to know the other person. DON'T alter who you are to fit what you think your love interest wants/needs.
When we alter who we are and portray values that are not our own, we attract people we were never meant to attract, therefore the relationship is doomed before it begins. It is much easier than putting forth the energy required to pretend. DON'T complain about your lack of luck with love or blame your city's [insert city name here] dating scene!
Here, the advice IS coming from actual experts and in this case, six bona fide therapists! Ditch the long laundry list written by everyone else, but you! When getting to know someone in a new relationship, they want to know who you are today not how you were in a past relationship or lifetime.
DO talk about yourself as who you are today in the present and the values and goals you have for yourself in the future. DON'T monopolize the conversation or make yourself the highlight real, no one healthy or worthwhile being in a relationship with is interested in getting into a coupleship with a narcissist.