‘Tis the Season to Change Your Attitude!

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‘Tis the Season to Change Your Attitude!

Turn any party into your dating recruiting party.

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December 6, 2019

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]It’s dating season and whether you are being triggered by cold weather, upcoming holiday parties, thoughts of kissing someone under the mistletoe or at midnight on New Year’s Eve the dating season is upon us.

Rather than dreading the next few weeks, what would happen if instead you view this time to behave radically different in order to manifest the you that you want to be?

Holiday Parties

Turn any party into your dating recruiting party.

Married people enjoy being love agents for single friends.

Ask people to introduce you to singles they know.

When asked the inevitable question, are you dating anyone?, shift your energy and eagerly answer the question with “no, and I am so glad you asked! I am making dating a priority for myself in 2020 and I want to meet people the old fashioned way, through friends. Do you know any nice singles that I should meet?”

Tell everyone you know that you are on the market and tell people specifically what you are looking for. People are in a festive mood, eager to help and generally take the time to talk to people in their lives during the holidays. Tell your mail carrier, your dry cleaner, your barista and your trainer.

When people ask you what you are doing for the holidays, answer “looking for love.”

When they ask what you want for the holidays, answer “I want a great relationship.”

Even if you don’t find love, you will deepen your friendships with everyone you share this goal with. You will practice being vulnerable and who knows, maybe your mailman will introduce you to the perfect person and bonus, they live two blocks away![/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Interested in stating intentions, setting goals, and shifting your energy? Call Galia for a complimentary session.[/vc_column_text]

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