Do you fear you won’t find anyone better for you if you leave or let go? This guide outlines ways to make your relationships healthier and, more importantly, how to tell when things have gone bad.An abusive, dysfunctional, or simply wrong-for-you relationship can be as draining and bad for your health as an affinity for junk food.Plus, I received a bunch of information that's super helpful and I wasn't expecting. The 5 will likely save me thousands in future doomed dates/relationships :-)" "I am a 47 year old woman, going through two of the most difficult relationship situations of my life.
But it never tastes as satisfying the second time, does it? If he or she doesn’t feel the same, you’re left with whatever he or she is willing to give you.
Donna Barnes is a New York University Certified Life & Relationship Coach, and specializes as a Heartbreak Coach.
She is based on New York's Upper West Side, named one of NYC's 12 Best Dating Coaches of 2014, and also coaches clients all over the world via Skype or telephone.
If you choose to starve yourself waiting for whatever crumbs he or she may drop, you most certainly won’t get the nutrition you need or deserve.
If you answered b.) or c.) above and you’re indulging in romantic leftovers, I’m hoping you can see what I’m trying to illustrate.
With more than 30 years of personal dating & relationship experience Donna gives clients a unique perspective--a combination of practical hindsight, intelligence, and academic knowledge.