What Can I Do To Find Love? (Video)



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The first video shows you why “Comparison is the enemy of contentment“.

Next you’ll learn “How to make the most attractive men fall for you“.

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    Keli

    Thank you for the well timed video. I have been following your blog for several months now & I online date like crazy. I do make a few recognizable mistakes but have met really nice, successful men, while my single girlfriends who refuse to online date, sit at home. It is not easy, I risk, risk, risk. But I would like to find love. I have a question for you. You might think it is not a very smart question. But I can’t shake the thought & I would like your opinion, if I may be so bold as to ask. I come from a horrible childhood. Unloved by either parent, I mean really, there was a 50/50 chance. My father left when I was 5. My mother & later step father abused me my whole life. I jumped out of my window, finally, when I was 17 & I have been on my own ever since. I raised 3 wonderful daughters, whom I am very close with & I was able to stop the chain of violence. But, here is the kicker. I am in my late 40′s and I have never been loved. I had two bad marriages. My question is, if you did not receive nurturing and love from your parents, can that somehow make you unlovable? Incapable of receiving love? It may sound silly to someone outside of my experience, but I am starting to think it may be true. I am single now. Every man I meet wants to sleep with me, a completely new experience. But I am not finding anyone who wants to get to know me or who likes me when they do. I am very confident, except for the part about finding “love”.  I hope this made enough sense for you to formulate an answer. Thank you so much for your blog & your videos & your time. Keli

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      Evan Marc Katz

      It’s not “true”; but it’s your experience. Which is to say that all you know is men who don’t love you, however that is not remotely a reflection of all men. It’s only a reflection of the men that YOU CHOSE. As long as you chose low character men who are poor communicators, lack values, and treat you poorly, you will continue to believe that either you’re “unlovable” or that men can’t love you. Start choosing guys who want to get to know you and you’ll have a very different dating experience. You are definitely formed by your past, but you don’t have to let it dictate your future. Good luck and thanks for sharing. I hope you enjoy the new book…

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      Karl R

      Keli asked:
      “if you did not receive nurturing and love from your parents, can that somehow make you unlovable? Incapable of receiving love? 

      No.

      As evidence, I’ll point to the fact that you have three daughters who love you, and you’re perfectly capable of receiving their love.

      But
      Growing up in a dysfunctional family adds some handicaps which make romantic relationships more difficult.

      It’s harder to identify a good (or bad) partner.
      People who grow up in happy, healthy families have seen what a good partner is like. They watched both parents be good partners to each other. When they date, they find it easier to identify when a potential partner lacks a necessary trait, or when they have an undesirable trait. Those potential partners seem a little “off” to them.

      A lot of negative traits seem completely normal to you. A lot of positive traits seem strange. It’s completely understandable that you have more difficulty choosing good partners.

      I benefited greatly from having a few relationships with great partners (even though we weren’t compatible for each other), because it taught me what I should be looking for in a girlfriend, and also what behaviors I didn’t have to accept in one.

      Your actions/behaviors/responses may be abnormal.
      If you grow up in a family that lacks affection, it’s easy to display inappropriate levels of affection (either too much, or too little). If you grow up in a family that fights constantly, you may struggle with conflict resolution. (These are just two examples, but you get the idea.)

      If this is the case, you may seem a little “off” to the people who grew up in happy, healthy families. Therefore, some people who would make good partners might be more likely to steer clear of you. Not all of them, but enough of them to make dating a bit more difficult.

      Solution:
      Work on developing your ability to identify bad partners.
      Work on becoming a better partner.
      Be persistent. It will probably take you longer to find a good partner than people who grew up in better family situations.

      If you’re a good partner, and you keep at it long enough, you will eventually find a good partner who recognizes that you’re also a good partner.

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      ScottH

      Keli-  I wonder if, because of your childhood, you are uncomfortable receiving love, even though it is something you want dearly and I wonder if that might be the cause of your divorces.  Just something to think about.  
      I have a hunch that my former girlfriend, who also did not receive love as a child, had this same issue.
      You might want to read about being emotionally unavailable.  
      But good for you for asking and being aware- always a good thing to correcting situations. 

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        starthrower68

        Louie Giglio addressed this in his message “Boy Meets Girl” definitely worth a listen.

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    rsm

    Marc. Cant wait to get my emails in the next few weeks/days about the new book.  I REALLY appreciate your “free” information.  Count me in on the book!!
    Abigfan. 

  3. 3
    Mei

    I just want to take a moment to thank you, Evan. In moments of weakness, reading, listening or watching your material has always knocked some sense back into me.  A man who doesn’t step up isn’t boyfriend material. Thank you for the constant reminders.

  4. 4
    Gina

    Thank you so much for the words
    of encouragement. I love the new videos!! After watching them, I am feeling energized and positive about getting back into online dating. Evan, you are awesome!!

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