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This week's Q & A is from someone who has had trouble having any lasting relationships at all.




Q: Kathryn, the longest relationship I ever had was just a few months. And that was in my 20's. Now I'm turning 40, and it's been a long time since I've had a relationship that lasts longer than 6 weeks.

What is wrong with me?! I'm losing faith that I'll ever find someone, and yet, I want a husband and children while I still have a chance at that. Is there any hope for me?

A: You have every hope for love! I have a client getting married in a few weeks who came to me with your exact issue. Walking her beyond her pattern was what changed everything for her.

If I were working with you, here's how we would solve this issue for you.

1. We'd look into your past and see if you are hanging on to old trauma or if you have been equating love with hurt. We'd look for whatever your block is and treat it.

2. We would work to line you up with love completely. I suspect you have a fear or misconception that has you torn about love. We need to let go of anything that is in conflict within. Things like this can hold love away.

3. I would make SURE you know you're lovable and worthy of a lasting love.

4. Finally, we would lay in some new patterns for you -- of thinking, of behavior in connecting with attractive people and of dealing with the inevitable bumps in the road as you date.

This protocol has been super effective in my work. It's responsible for my ever-expanding wall of weddings.



Much of it you can do yourself. But many times, we have a blind spot, which keeps us in a frustrating pattern like yours. What can help is either a love coach or possibly my Soulmate Bootcamp -- a program that has worked with many holdouts, who have almost give up on love.

It's on sale next week for our birthday sale, so stay tuned for that and take a look at it in the meantime.

I support you in finding love. You can and you will!

2 comments:

Anonymous @ August 12, 2015 at 3:35 PM

Someday... Someday I'll be on that wall. :)

Kathryn Alice @ October 22, 2015 at 2:33 PM

Yes, you will! I affirm it ♥