4 Questions That Will Help You Break Your Unhealthy Dating Patterns

The easiest and most efficient way to break the cycle of unhealthy dating is to reflect on things in past relationships that were detrimental to your happiness and not conducive to your growth. Doing this will help you concretely define the negative habits and patterns that have contributed to your dating patterns and break the cycle of unhealthy dating. In order to change your unhealthy dating patterns, you  must set new boundaries and stick to them! Ask yourself:

  1. What expectations did you fail to set when you were dating and/or in relationships?
  2. What do you want from your next relationship emotionally, physically and spiritually?
  3. What needs weren’t met in your last relationship?
  4. What were the red flags in your last dating relationships that you ignored?

The aforementioned questions are a good start to setting new boundaries and changing your old dating habits. Remember, self-reflection is the catalyst to change! #DateWisely

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About Muffie Bradshaw, Dating Coach

Muffie Bradshaw is an award-winning relationship blogger and dating coach who has been seen on The Steve Harvey Show. Other works include online magazines including, but not limited to, singleblackmale.org and womensforum.com. With many relationship experiences, including breakups, dating successes and disasters, Muffie knows firsthand the mistakes women should avoid when going through the ups and downs of dating. Through her writing and coaching services, Muffie specializes in helping women reach a higher level of understanding regarding their dating lives through self-assuring decision making techniques, self-reflection and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) inspired methods.

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