My grandmother turned eighty-nine yesterday. As my cousin said, she is "eighty-nine and looking fine"!
On the way to her surprise birthday dinner, she asked my aunt where all the time went. As the saying goes, time does seem to fly by.
Unless, of course, you are wasting it. Because when you are wasting it in, say, the wrong job, the wrong relationship, or the wrong mindset, it really is a long life.
A lot of people wonder if they are wasting their time or not when it comes to dating and relationships.
The million dollar questions:
Should you stick it out or throw in the towel? Does slow and steady win the race, or are you going to find yourself alone and back on a dating app next year?
Is patience a virtue? Or do you need to give that man an ultimatum?!
Does love really come along when you least expect it, or do you have to be proactive to find it?
A few suggestions:
If you’re wondering whether or not you are wasting your time with someone you are dating, it is quite possible that you may be.
You need to pay attention to your partner's words-and even more importantly, their actions- to find out. Sometimes you need a trusted friend or coach to help you see the truth, because you are not always going to be objective when it comes to your own love life.
If you are single and want to be in a relationship, but are not doing anything to get yourself on dates or make yourself more dateable, you are, in fact, wasting your time. Yup, I am sure about that one....
Unfortunately, I see a lot of great relationship-oriented people falling into one of these categories. They deeply desire to be in lasting love, but they are always sabotaging their chances of it. To put it simply, they are either wasting too much time with Mr./Ms. Wrong or failing to make the effort that is often necessary to find a great relationship.
This is something that really upsets me when I see it happening to clients, friends, and other people that I care about. I can see it so clearly, why can't they? Its like they are blind to reality. It can happen to the best of us; we are in own way.
Look, time is of the essence. Lately, I've been using mine to figure out a way to better serve the people I know who would like to stop wasting theirs and be happy in love already, darn it!
I've developed an exciting new coaching program, and over the next few weeks I want to talk to everyone I know -whether single or in an unsatisfying relationship-who is sick and tired of wasting time in their love life.
If you've made it this far and couldn't help but admit that you are wasting your time and want to do something about it, I'd love to talk to you! If you read this and thought it sounded like something your best friend, sister, brother, mother, father, relative, or colleague needs to hear, don't hesitate to pass this on.
Sometimes, all it takes is for one conversation to give you the momentum that can change your life forever.
If you are interested to learn more about how I can help you stop wasting your time and create the love you deserve, schedule a complimentary Matchmaking/Dating +Relationship Consultation in my online scheduler at RachelRusso.com today.
Come on now: It's GO TIME!