If you ask most singles why they aren’t in a relationship, they’ll likely say it’s because they have a hard time meeting the right person. Nothing is more frustrating than being ready for a relationship, but having no clue where to find it.
For many singles modern dating is a minefield. You have to do a lot of swiping in hopes of finding “the one.” With Tinder, JSwipe and Bumble at our fingertips, we may have lots of choices, but we may also have lots of anxiety.
Do you make a tremendous effort to meet someone like minded or find that you get very emotional over someone who you are not compatible with at all? Perhaps we start to lose faith in our own judgement. Is it possible that you can subconsciously sabotage your love life? Especially when your mindset is in a place of low self-worth after divorce or a breakup?
Why is finding that special person so difficult? Marriage Architect Daniella Rudoff says finding your bashert takes effort. “You have to put yourself out there and make an effort to meet other people,” says Rudoff. “If you are not seeking the help of a coach or a matchmaker, just ask a friend or even an acquaintance if they might know someone for you,” says Rudoff.
I think we often attract someone that is incapable of giving love because we aren’t receptive to it. “You should try to open your mind, enjoy dating and meeting new people, “ says Rudoff.
Tonight on Jewish singles radio we speak with Rudoff about relationship skills that she says are essential to find love. According to Rudoff, true love is not elusive, and if you master those skills, you can have it.