Singles self sabotage the relationships they’re in; subconsciously avoiding the reality of love. Most matchmakers will agree the most important aspect of being a success story at any service is the ability to be realistic and self-aware…Check yourself when it comes to how realistic you are when it comes to dating…
Owner of MTN Matchmaking, Maureen Tara Nelson states
Owner of MTN Matchmaking, Maureen Tara Nelson states that “when new clients come in to my service, some of them have a consistent reputation of behavior is actually a roadblock that leads them down a negative road to success. Although it is my job to help them with that, I cannot control people’s behavior, and although I can point it out to them, I cannot change them. My successful clients trust in the fact that I am always looking out for their best interest and do in fact take my advice.”
According to psychalive.org, “The critical inner voice doesn’t represent a positive sense of self that you can entrust in. Rather, it epitomizes a cruel ‘anti-self,’ a part inside us that is turned against us.” Take this in mind when thinking about your relationship; it’s vital to reevaluate your thoughts prior, and establish if you’re avoiding your unconscious saboteur.