The terminology used when describing singles is rarely a flattering . The absence of a romantic partner, seems to lead to conclusions indicating there is a dysfunction at bay. One area where this occurs is in our ability to bond to another human being. I can testify to this myself having been on the receiving … Continue reading Singleness- malfunction or enhanced ability?
The interrogation is a scenario that most singles are quite familiar with. It involves a minimum of one "detective" who's leading the interrogation, and a single person who's declaring their innocence. Important to note is that the interrogation is not culture dependent nor does consider how the parties involved relate to one another. It can … Continue reading “Are you seeing anyone?” – The interrogation begins!
Have you ever thought about how single women are portrayed in the main stream media? I believe there is a screwed view that is slightly annoying in how single women are presented in movies, series and books. The characterization or the story line connected to single women are usually rooted in old-fashioned stereotypes that need … Continue reading The single woman: a party girl, career woman or psycho?
I wanted to write a piece on rejection because I recently had a conversation where it hit me just how unaware most people seem to be when it comes to the link between rejection and self-blame but also the disproportional relationship between the two. My experience when working with people (especially those dissatisfied with their … Continue reading Rejection and self-blame
This will be the last rejection tale. As previously this is also a true story. There's no need to spend time giving a detailed background leading up to the rejection because it starts off as most does when a woman and man start dating. So let's keep it short and bitter. Imagine spending time with … Continue reading Rejection story: The proper douche bag
Sara contemplated back and forth whether she should go to Italy by herself or not. She had less than 48 hours to make her decision. The same morning as take off she decided to go for it. Once at the airport she promised herself that she would make the most of her weekend. Obviously the … Continue reading The girl who went to Italy-the followup
This is the typical girl meets boy at the bar. Let's call her Sara and him David. They started talking, and Sara found David very interesting since he was visiting her hometown from Switzerland but originally being from Italy. He stood out compared to everyone else at the bar and they enjoyed each others company. … Continue reading Rejection story: The girl who went to Italy
Happy Valentine's day everyone! What a better way to celebrate than to talk about single coaching, huh? 🙂 This is my first recording by myself explaining what single coaching is to me today. I'm planning on posting more audio content from now on, alone and with guests so stay tuned!
This is a story of rejection in two rounds. The second part is quite unique I would say. Let's call the girl "Anna" and the rejector "Viktor". It all started with a party Anna almost didn't go to. Thanks to a nagging friend she pulled herself out bed last minute and reluctantly met up with … Continue reading Rejection story: The double layered rejection
I got an email a while ago from a woman who was interested in someone but the other person didn't reciprocate those feelings. It was clear from her writing that she felt hurt and unwanted. This is understandable and I don't think anyone would react differently. Honestly, I'm not sure I can come up with … Continue reading Rejection stories