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Stop dating emotionally unavailable men

When you add belief to the capacity of EFT tapping, you have a potent combination indeed.

The other weekend, my friend had a drunken bar makeout with a dude who turned out to have a "sort of" girlfriend.

Before that, she spent a few months dating a man who — dickhead alert — was secretly married with a child.

Now that I'm in a healthy relationship, I look back at all my past relationships and realize what B. She's single because she hasn't met the right guy yet.

And yet most women who are actively dating have had the accusation lobbed their way.

I’m almost ashamed to admit it but I stayed in relationships I should have never started because I thought I could save them. As if I had failed “him” somehow, because I wasn’t even good enough, much less better.

They were hurt and I could treat them better than their previous lover because, let’s face it, I’m better than everyone. It never occurred to me that “he” might have been just a jerk to begin with.

When I asked a colleague of mine about this, her reaction was because I am afraid of giving love. She suggested that I find an emotional event in the past that could be behind this and I answered that I just couldn’t think of anything in particular.

A few days after our meet-up, however, I went through the most recent EFT Newsletter and I read an article about a woman, who by simply changing her name had unknowingly dramatically impacted her life.

This interaction creates the foundation for how we interact in our adult relationships.

It is a crucial framework for understanding adult relationships and dating.

The same applies to improving your choices in relationships.