So often clients come to me feeling bad about themselves for craving a romantic relationship and feeling down because it’s missing from their lives. They tend to give themselves a hard time for wanting a relationship, as if their desire is weak or abnormal. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Connection is instinctual. Bonding is a part of being human.
I wanted to write an article for eHarmony to address the importance of admitting to yourself that you want love and how this actually helps you attract it. If you want love, you have to believe in it and believe you are deserving of it. Otherwise, you may crave connection, but will most likely be dating with walls and mental blocks, making it nearly impossible to connect.
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Rachel Dack, MS, LCPC, NCC
Welcome to Rachel Dack Counseling LLC’s blog, written by Rachel Dack, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (L.C.P.C.) and Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). Rachel provides psychotherapy and dating/relationship coaching services to individuals and couples in her Bethesda, Maryland office and over the phone.
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