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[VIDEO] Why do I keep attracting emotionally-unavailable men?

Do  you always seem to attract emotionally-unavailable men even though you feel ready for love?

Why is this happening when you feel SO OPEN and READY for LOVE?

Why are you constantly attracting commitment-phobes?

Find out in this video question and answer session with Debi and Dr. Rob. Learn about your Inner Adam (animus) and the influence this part of your psyche has on your dating and relationship life based on Jungian psychology. For singles and married people, this advice will help you understand the dynamic that is happening in your love life.

Dr Rob will share the Jungian model of the Animus (or as we call, The Inner Adam®) and how this aspect of your psyche influences your choices in men and relationships. If the men you attract are not emotionally-available, then that is saying something about you.

Don’t beat yourself up or blame yourself, but use this information to empower to you make the change inside. Instead of trying to find next best place to meet someone or a better dating site, follow these tools to look inward and transform your Inner Adam to attract the love of your life who is ready to commit.

Want to go deeper? Listen to our free class on changing your love patterns

1 Comment
  • Gale
    Posted at 16:47h, 25 January Reply

    Hi Debi and Dr. Rob. I was the caller who asked you about my dream of the man being a manikin. Disappointed was what you got out of me. Since then, I examined it and came up with the first and core belief. I was “expecting” to be disappointed by men, from the womb and generations back to at least I know my great grandmother. My mom told me that my gg mother said, “The only good man is in the grave, and even he was no good.” I was programed by my mom to always be disappointed in men. I AM NOT going to think that anymore. And I can tell by the men I AM attracting and, more importantly, how I AM reacting towards the whole situation of meeting my Soul Mate. Calm, present, happy and no expectations (which before, I must admit, I didn’t think would ever happen). In addition, my Shadows were – not being protected, not being chosen and superior people hurt me so I better stay with people less than I AM. I have so much compassion for myself and all my generations that went to their graves with the belief of “always being disappointed by men.” Gale

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