🎬 Watch Episode 2: Where are all the good men + why is dating so hard?Aug 17, 2022
If you keep choosing the wrong kind of guy, or you just can't seem to get your inner radar machine working effectively, you don't want to miss this episode. Over the next thirty minutes, we're talking about heterosexual love, where are all the good men and why dating is so hard.
I've invited my friend and colleague, Charlene Byars to help us unpack this and to help offer some great ideas for ways we can help remove the blocks and obstacles that might be stopping YOU from creating your best relationship.
Here is some of what we're covering:
- Where are all the good men?
- What do men really want?
- Why is dating so hard?
- How long should I wait to have sex with a man?
- How can I create more intimacy with my partner?
A Bit About Charlene:
Charlene Byars is an empowerment and relationship coach and leader of women. She is a speaker and writer and a regular columnist who writes about relationships in the online magazine www.SimplyWoman.com. Charlene has studied women and men in relationships for over 25 years and founded the "Level Up for Love" program and her popular Facebook group by the same name.
Her coaching practice and programs focus on women's empowerment, attraction, intimacy and polarity between men and women, and communication in romantic relationships. Women come to her to heal the stories they've been telling themselves about men and love.
Charlene is a Cuban-American and is bilingual. She loves travelling, salsa dancing and live concerts. But her favorite thing is to spend time with her husband and five kids.
You can connect directly with Charlene:
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/levelupforlove
If you want to join the conversation live with me >>>
Head on over to my FB page every Tuesday at 12 pm PT/ 3 pm ET: https://www.facebook.com/CrystalAndrusMorissette. If you liked this conversation, we'd love it if you'd leave us a comment there and let us know what you think!
Thanks for being here!
P.S. The intro/outro music is by my lifelong best friend and the most talented musician I know, Natalie Hughes: http://nataliehughes.com/