You may start wondering if this is it - if you’re doomed to dating hell the rest of your life. You take dating seriously and put forth effort, yet you still attract the wrong people. WHY?
We have a lot of dating rules in our culture: talking about the future on a first date is taboo, revealing too much too soon can make you appear needy, the third date is the “sex date,” etc. You may believe its b.s. too. Subconsciously, it can be a different story. Scarcity, feeling all the good ones are gone and so on can have you wondering if there is something to any of these rules. It can make you want to give up or wondering if you need to move! I've been there and its not this complicated.
Settling for breadcrumbs is bullshit. And the problem isn’t who you are, it’s how you date. To help you date differently, I’m hosting a live, interactive workshop for both men and women.
What unsuccessful dating looks like and why it doesn’t work
Why dating rules are used as a crutch, keeping you from a happy relationship
How dating profiles attract the wrong people and how to write them differently
What emotionally available partners look for (hint: it’s about being real)
How to stop hiding and finally learn how to show up as you WITHOUT sabotaging
Accelerate your positive dating results by not wasting time on what you don't want
Move toward a healthy, happy relationship
You may be used to writing about what you're looking for in a perfect fantasy partner or a list of what you won't put up with! At the workshop I will critique a dating profile to show you the difference between closed and inauthentic vs. open and available. You will learn how to reveal the real you and what authenticity means in a profile. When you register you will have the option of submitting your own dating profile for anonymous review at the event!
Pricing through 12/07
At-The-Door Pricing: $147
Early bird pricing through 12/07
At-The-Door Pricing: $347
Includes everything in standard ticket plus:
Tracy Crossley is a Behavioral Relationship Expert and Pattern Buster whose work centers on emotional connection—with ourselves and others. She helps people get out of their head to uncover the belief system that drives their behavior, then guides them through emotionally-driven actions to break the patterns that keep them stuck. As someone who struggled with insecure attachment issues for most of her life, Tracy shares her experiences with equal parts empathy and humor. She’s been there, and knows how much is available to those who refuse to settle. The work she does leads to self-acceptance, emotional freedom and a more authentic life. Learn more about Tracy and the work she does.