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Coincidentally, I'd been talking with CBS Early Show about doing a segment at the time, and, the next thing you know, Tom and I are on TV together.
He gets a flurry of attention, dates around a bit, tries a few relationships and is then blindsided as he's diagnosed with a neurological disease like M. Suddenly, the 5'3" accountant can't walk without a walker and extensive rehab.
Yet chemistry is what we chase — somehow hoping that it turns into compatibility, as well. Just look at your most "passionate" past relationships. Thus, it's impossible to convince yourself to give a shot to someone you're simply NOT attracted to, and no amount of rational thinking is going to overcome your genetic and cultural biases.
As dating guru David De Angelo says, "Attraction is not a choice." We're still going to crave choice, variety and something approximating societal ideas of perfection, however unrealistic this might be.
His love life is put on Tom returns to me a year and a half later; depressed and frustrated at his lot in life.
He has so much to give, but no one will give him the time of day.
Like getting a tattoo with someone's name on your back and breaking up four months later.We immediately dive back into coaching, and I'm nearly bubbling over because of the information I want to share with Tom.See, Tom's weakness was the same as most of our weaknesses - he expected everyone to overlook his deficiencies, but he wouldn't really consider overlooking most women's deficiencies. ""The only risk is the one not taken.""The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results."Billed as a “personal trainer for smart, strong, successful women,” dating coach Evan Marc Katz has been helping singles find love since 2003.Thousands of his clients have fallen in love, gotten married, started families, and found happiness – after only a few months of coaching.