A Thanksgiving Thank You from Me to You

Let’s be honest: these are pretty scary times we’re living in.

Floods. Fires. Earthquakes.

North Korea. Russia. Nazi rallies.

Facebook. Twitter. Fake news.

It’s overwhelming and increasingly hard to compartmentalize.

Do you tune out because it’s too depressing?

Do you read vigilantly because the stakes are so high?

I don’t claim to know the answers, but I do know this: we cannot let negativity take over.

I don’t claim to know the answers, but I do know this: we cannot let negativity take over.

I look at my own life, and apply the same principles of compartmentalizing the negativity.

I have close to an ideal marriage. 9 years in, we’re best friends and as solid as a rock.

Yet still have our issues to navigate as a couple.

My wife is too busy and prefers to relax at the end of the day by watching TV over dinner.

I work alone all day and prefer to talk over dinner instead of watching TV.

We both have valid points.

I’m not going to force her to talk with me if she’s burned out by the kids. She’s not going to deny it’s healthy for couples to connect instead of watching sitcoms side-by-side.

These are problems to solve as a team, not fingers being pointed at each other.

I’m extremely grateful to have such problems, and to be able to share them with you, honestly, authentically, unabashedly.

Just as I’m free to “be myself” in my relationship, I can “be myself” with you – all the better to give truthful, effective advice that helps you understand men and find love.

On this Thanksgiving, I want to give thanks to you for accepting me into your world.

On this Thanksgiving, I want to give thanks to you for accepting me into your world.

On the one hand, I was an unemployed screenwriter with no psychological training – only a keyboard, an opinion and a work ethic. It’s a miracle I get to do this.

On the other hand, I’ve written 1400 blog posts, 1000 online dating profiles, 300 newsletters, 90 podcasts, and 4 books while helping countless women break their bad-man habit and make healthy relationship choices.

I’m honored that, after all this time, I can hold up my past as an example of what not to do and utilize my marriage as a decent model of what might work better.

Every day, I wake up on a mission to help you find the unconditional love you deserve.

I know it’s not easy. I know online dating sucks. I know men can be selfish, non-communicative, and fickle. And yet, all it takes is one guy to change the arc of your future.

That’s why you keep going. That’s something worth fighting for.

Today, I’d like to challenge you to compartmentalize your negativity.

Acknowledge it. Own it. Understand it. But don’t let it beat you.

Just like I can’t control the news, you can’t control Tinder, your city or single men.

But you can become more aware of your actions around dating.

You can become more aware of your reactions to men, in general.

You can rethink some of your core beliefs about relationships.

And if that all sounds too challenging, don’t worry: I’m here to help you.

Click here to learn about my commitment to you.

You may have seen this page before when you first registered for my website, but I want to share it again and reiterate something important: you and I both want you to have a relationship that lasts forever.

In pursuing that goal, I don’t expect you to agree with everything I write. You’re a smart, autonomous human being. Of course, we’re going to disagree sometimes.

But that’s life.

That’s what’s going to come up the next time you fall in love with a man.

That’s what you have to learn to navigate.

And that’s why our relationship is so important.

Because if I can validate and accept your worldview and you can validate and accept mine, perhaps we can live happily ever after all.

If I can validate and accept your worldview and you can validate and accept mine, perhaps we can live happily ever after all.

In 2018, I’m rolling out some exciting new ways for us to connect, including an intimate high-end retreat and a one-on-one coaching day with me in Los Angeles.

If you would like learn more about these coaching opportunities and get early notice before the rest of the mailing list, please click here and I will keep you posted.

It would be my greatest joy for you to look back next Thanksgiving at the moment you decided to change your love life forever.

Click here to get early-bird notices and potential discounts on 2018 events.

Warmest wishes and much love,

Your (thankful) friend,

Evan

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  1. 1
    KK

    Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃 : )

  2. 2
    Emily, the original

    “Gobble gobble  said the turkey, I’m the fairest of the fair.Gobble gobble said the turkey, I am wanted everywhere.Only this morning the farmer came to say I am wanted at his table on Thanksgiving day.”

  3. 3
    Marie

    Happy Thanksgiving to you, your family and staff! As I celebrated our first thanksgiving with our son I am thankful for my family, my husband, son, and parents.  I am also thankful I had you as a coach without which I’m not sure some of this would have happened. All the best.

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