[VIDEO] 5 Ways to Be More Vulnerable in Dating

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Want to connect more deeply and authentically on dates? In this video, I show you 5 ways to be more vulnerable on your road to true love.

Why would you want to be more vulnerable in dating? According to Brené Brown, “Vulnerability is uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure. It’s that unstable feeling we get when we step out of our comfort zone or do something that forces us to loosen control. In fact, vulnerability is the core, the heart, the center of meaningful human experiences. It’s the first thing I look for in you and the last thing I’m willing to show you. In you, it’s courage and daring. In me, it’s weakness.”

5 Ways to Be More Vulnerable in Dating



I love this quote, because it speaks to my heart and the mission of my coaching; helping women connect to men in a heart-to-heart way. Vulnerability is scary but it’s also essential if we want to have deep love.

Watch the video to learn five ways to become more vulnerable in dating. When you’re more vulnerable, you connect more authentically and deeply with a potential partner. If you want a meaningful relationship, you’re going to want to work on your ability to be more vulnerable.


5 Ways to Be More Vulnerable in Dating

Quick summary of the five points I cover in the video:

1) Accept that you’re a Woman of Value. If you want a loving relationship, you must view yourself as a woman worthy of love and all that life has to offer.

2) Stop worrying about what others think. Another key to being more vulnerable is tuning in and taking a stand for what’s right for YOU, not what others think is right for you. Get comfortable with feeling exposed and uncertain.

3) Stop trying to be perfect. Your imperfections are what makes you human and relatable. Amp those quirks up. Don’t try to hide them and show up as having it all together at all times. that’s boring and unrealistic!

4) Share your feelings with those you trust. Find the right people who align with your values, people who you have built trust with over time, and share how you really feel. Do this with family, friends, and eventually your true love.

5) Ask for help. This one seems simple enough, but it’s one of the hardest things we do. If you want to have a healthy, lasting, loving relationship, you MUST ask for help. It’s selfish not to. Sounds counterintuitive, but listen to the video to find out why.


How will you be more vulnerable? Share one thing you’ll do differently to connect more deeply on dates.



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