You have not truly lived until you have dated yourself.
Sounds a little crazy, right?
As crazy as it may sound, dating yourself can truly change your life for the better!
Most people love going out on dates…with other people.
Yet, when it comes to going out in public to dine or catch a movie solo…some people are totally against it.
If you’re one of those people, all I ask is that you open your mind for a moment.
Don’t completely shut out the idea of going on a date with yourself, especially before hearing about the benefits that can result from doing it.
If you’re someone who is totally open to dating yourself, you’re going to love what I’m about to share with you.
Regardless of what side of the fence you may be on, please listen to the latest podcast episode and discover how dating yourself can not only improve your relationships, but change your life for the better too!
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Episode Title: Why You Must Date Yourself
Music: GS – I Remember
- “I think the problem is, when you have a relationship or you’re always in a relationship you don’t know how to be by yourself.” – Kevin Robinson
- “Your own personal company can be your best company.” – Kevin Robinson
- “When you figure out who you are and what your worth is, then you’re ready to have a relationship.” – Kevin Robinson
- What it means to date yourself
- The importance of reaching the point where you can face and address your personal demons head on
- How to overcome the fear of going out on dates in public by yourself
- How dating yourself can prepare you for your next relationship
Hot Topics & Takeaways:
- The importance of investing time in yourself
- The greatest benefit of taking time to date yourself
- The benefits that can be gained by journaling
Dangers and Difficulties:
- The danger of trying to find yourself in a relationship or another person
- Why it is required for you to resolve any issues you may have with your parents before seeking a relationship
Experience is the Best Teacher:
- Jay explains how peer pressure and his fear of rejection led to him spending more time alone and getting to know himself better
- Kevin shares the lessons he learned when he took time out to be by himself
- Kevin explains how he discovered that his relationship with his mother was negatively impacting his relationships with women and how he was able to change that
- Jay shares why it was a hurdle for him to come to terms with the fact that no woman he dates will ever be perfect
- Kevin shares about the mental and physical detox he experienced in the summer of 2013 and the impact that it had on his life
Hold Yourself Accountable:
Focus on developing and increasing your self-love.
Apply the Principles:
“I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.” Psalm 139:14 (ESV)
Take Action Now:
- Make a decision to increase the love you have for yourself.
- Invite God to be a part of the process.
- Plan to face your personal demons, one at a time.
- Start journaling and reading books that uplift you.
- Challenge yourself to do something by yourself that you’ve never done before.
- Remain prayerful and positive.
Show Some Love:
Please leave me a comment or a private message answering the following questions:
Have you ever gone on a date by yourself?