He’s Not Ready for a Relationship? Say THIS

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Things were going really well with this guy and then he dropped a bomb…

“Uh, the truth is…I’m not ready for a relationship.”

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You’d been doodling his name in your notebooks. Telling all your friends about your hot new boyfriend. Picking out curtains for the house you knew you’d move into together. And NOW he tells you he doesn’t want a relationship?!

I know you want to curse this man out. Or maybe you’ve convinced yourself that if you stay with him, you can change his mind. But in this video, I tell you what you should do to keep your sanity and stay true to what you really want. Which is, of course, a healthy and happy relationship.

Your Coach,

 

 

 

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Crystal
2 years ago

All great advice, thank you Adam! My situation may be a little more nuanced, in that we started dating when I was still in the middle grieving my husband’s death, so I wasn’t ready for a relationship either. He took the initiative to have the hard conversation after the first few weeks, only for me to clarify with him that the two of us were essentially in the same place. It’s real with him and has been all along — we met as friends years ago. So let’s just relax, and date. But now, months later and after some substantial… Read more »

LORETTA SOLOMON
2 years ago
Reply to  Crystal

I think this is a situation where you need to take a step back, a break, an intentional long break for 6 months or a year where you may stay in touch but not with regularity or frequency. You need to test the relationship and see what it’s made of. Test its durabilty. One of you needs to be physically in another place, miles away and your don’t get together during this time. Remember the purpose is to test your relationship. When you see each other after a long time apart you will know if you are the only one… Read more »

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