Hey. It’s Clayton Olson. And in this post, I’m gonna talk about the importance of really getting in touch with your intention when you are dating and entering into relationship, so you can avoid heartbreak resentment and compromising yourself and ultimately destroying any foundation of respect that’s being built. And in order to communicate this idea clearly, I’m gonna read a question that I received from one of you, one of my viewers, that came from a woman we’re gonna call her Sandy to protect her identity.
Geoffrey here. If you’re currently in the process of trying to rebuild your relationship and trying to win your partner back, for example, you will heard of this concept of bettering yourself, that a lot of coaches talk about, well, in this post, I’m going to show you what it actually means to better yourself in a way that matters in a way that will impact her emotions in a deep level. So that she’ll voluntarily want to come back to you when a work on the relationship or whatever outcome it is that you looking for in your relationship, and be sure to still do the end, because this is something that people often misinterpret and get wrong.
Hey guys, welcome back. Thanks for joining me again for another post you know what dawned on me this past week that we have done a lot of posts on this channel a lot of Educational stuff talking about emotional views talking about narcissistic abuse talking about codependency Learning how to love ourselves for maybe the first time really focusing on healthy dating But it dawned on me that I never really did a post on what a healthy relationship Even looks like and I know that a lot of people have asked me Well if this is what an unhealthy relationship looks like then what isn’t healthy one look like because I’ve never been in one before So for this post, I want to give you seven things to kind of think about that way You can know if you are in a healthy relationship. So this post is gonna talk all about what really defines a healthy Lasting and happy relationship. And if you haven’t already don’t forget to hit that subscribe button down below This channel is growing so fast. It hasn’t even been a year since I have actually it might be a year Actually, I think this month it is a year but anyways, even in a year the amount of growth and Amazing feedback that I’ve gotten from all of you guys.
One of the difficult things about dating is that sometimes people put a version of themselves forward that doesn’t correspond to who they really are. So you can start a relationship, think you’re dating this wonderful person and find out after several months that that’s in fact not the case. And that’s why in this post, I want to give you seven red flags that you absolutely need to be aware of to avoid dating someone that you don’t want to be with. And this is true of both men and women and I’m gonna focus on things that aren’t so obvious and not just jealousy or clinginess — things that might be happening that you’re not noticing that if you did, you could save yourself a lot of pain. So the first thing is that if the person that you are dating has friends that you don’t like, chances are the person you’re dating is someone you eventually will not like.
7 Undeniable Signs It’s Time To Quit (Job, Relationship, Habits) [0:00:00] [Music] Let’s start this off with a quote from Winston Churchill., “Never ever, ever, ever, ever give up.” I like Winston Churchill, but in this case I’m calling bull… [bleeping sound]. There are times in life when you need to just throw in the towel. In today’s post, I’m talking about when it’s okay to quit. Now, really quick I want to redeem Winston Churchill, he has another quote that goes like. “This never give up on something that you can’t go a day without thinking about.” I like this one better and I think it better encapsulates what most people are talking about when they say don’t quit, don’t be a quitter. When your parents, when your coach, when your friends when they tell you not to quit, what they’re really saying is don’t quit before you’ve given it your all, before you’ve given it a fair shot, don’t quit too early.
Today, on Ask Mark, we are balancing the idea that men are biologically inclined to lead with the idea that you want a relationship of equal contribution. How the hell do these two work together in dating? I get asked this all the time, so that’s going to be the topic of Ask Mark number 82 welcome to the post. Make sure you subscribe if you have not already by hitting the subscribe button with the little bell right next to it.
So how do you keep the spark alive when you’re in a relationship and it’s long distance? How do you feel connected when you’re apart like that? I actually did a post a while back that highlighted some of the strategies that I use in long distance relationships and that I coach people with.
I’m actually the king, or was the king, of long distance relationships before I got married, and so I’ve had a bunch of comments and people saying, “Hey, what are some extra things I can do? What are some extra strategies to help stay connected and keep that spark alive?” So in this post, I’m going to share with you three things that you can do to keep the spark alive when you’re long distance. Now, a while back, I recorded a post on long distance relationships that gives three pillars, really solid strategies for staying connected.
Hey guys in this post we are going to talk about the best dating app, Tinder, and the do’s and don‘ts. Stay tuned Okay I used to say that Tinder was the worst dating app but if you use it properly it can be the best dating app, and the reason why I think so is because you don’t have to worry about rejection because you only end up connecting with people who are mutually interested in you. So you don’t have to send an email hoping that they’re gonna reply back, you just swipe right or left and if someone swipes the same way as you do then you know that there’s a connection and if not then you don’t sit around waiting wondering and checking your email to see if they replied. With that said, how to make Tinder work for you if you’re actually looking for a serious relationship because I used to say that Tinder was a dating app that was exclusively for hookups but it’s becoming more prevalent that people are also using it for finding a long-term relationship.