Does Your Love Life Epically Suck? Follow These 4 Steps To Turn It Around
Most women I know apply their own set of accounting rules to their diet. You wave the bread away and hold the chips so you can have two mojitos instead and feel virtuous. You skip carbs but double down on protein and chocolate and find yourself still hungry, with a headache.
We lie to ourselves about our emotional intake, too, when it comes to dating. You reason that sleeping with an ex doesn’t count because it’s not as if you’re increasing the “all-important” number of men/women you’ve slept with. What you don’t calculate is that it still adds up to emotional kilojoules. It’s energy that could be better deployed elsewhere.
Nutritionists will grill you to find out if you actually consume enough healthy kilojoules to keep your body satisfied and functioning properly. And they will certainly ask about your medical history. Do the same thing for your love life.
Step 1: Assess Your Past Relationships
How many people have you dated? For how long?
How did each relationship end?
What is the happiest you have ever been in a relationship? What about it made you happy?