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But don't worry, in the next few short pages I'll show you 3 secret tips that will help you build (and more important – keep) a long-term and committed relationship that you deserve (aren’t you ?).


These 3 tips are simple but very powerful…xxxx….


Before I get into details, I want to make clear one thing – this information IS NOT for everybody and differs from everything you have ever seen or read before.
This is ONLY for those (women) who want to build and have serious and long-term relationships.
If you are focused more on short-term type of relationships at the moment, this isn’t right reading for you…

(However, you can check this post anytime when you want to build a committed relationship ;))

Still here? Good , let’s dive in further…

I found these 3 secret tips thanks to my good friend Ashley.

We grew with Ashley almost together and know each other since our childhood.

Despite of being older than me by 5 years, we had (and still have) a great and trusted friendship.

She is like my older sister and we (almost ) don’t have any secrets from each other.

However, due to the reason that we live in different cities now, last years we met with each other only when she was in the city where I live or when I was in her city.

About two years ago, I had a chance to visit the city where she lives and we went out for a dinner.

During the dinner we were having a great time remembering our childhood and talking about the new things and events in our lives.

But suddenly she told me “I want a family and have become disillusioned with dating at my age”.

Honestly, I was surprised…

She was smart 40 years old women, had a good job and was looking not bad.

In my opinion, finding someone to build a strong relationship with shouldn’t be a problem for her.

I asked her “Why you’ve started feeling disillusioned with dating?”

And she answered “Notwithstanding my successful and happy relationships in the past, I’ve started facing issues with relationships a few years ago when I started trying to build a long-term and more committed relationship…”

As she told me further, all the dates she had during this period were ending almost the same.

New "long-term partners" were ghosted or just broke with her telling the standard phrases (like "it's not about you, it's about me", etc.).

This was making her mentally exhausting.

“I always found myself putting their needs above my own”, “I seem to be a doormat and get shitty guys too”, “I don't know what to do now to have a better relationship” – this is what that she told me that evening…and I still remember it.

That evening I tried to turn our conversation to other topics (as didn’t want to make her sadder) and we didn’t talk about it more.

But I was thinking about it…

But don't worry, in the next few short pages I'll show you 3 secret tips that will help you build (and more important – keep) a long-term and committed relationship that you deserve (aren’t you ?).


These 3 tips are simple but very powerful…xxxx….


Before I get into details, I want to make clear one thing – this information IS NOT for everybody and differs from everything you have ever seen or read before.
This is ONLY for those (women) who want to build and have serious and long-term relationships.
If you are focused more on short-term type of relationships at the moment, this isn’t right reading for you…

(However, you can check this post anytime when you want to build a committed relationship ;))

Still here? Good , let’s dive in further…

I found these 3 secret tips thanks to my good friend Ashley.

We grew with Ashley almost together and know each other since our childhood.

Despite of being older than me by 5 years, we had (and still have) a great and trusted friendship.

She is like my older sister and we (almost ) don’t have any secrets from each other.

However, due to the reason that we live in different cities now, last years we met with each other only when she was in the city where I live or when I was in her city.

About two years ago, I had a chance to visit the city where she lives and we went out for a dinner.

During the dinner we were having a great time remembering our childhood and talking about the new things and events in our lives.

But suddenly she told me “I want a family and have become disillusioned with dating at my age”.

Honestly, I was surprised…

She was smart 40 years old women, had a good job and was looking not bad.

In my opinion, finding someone to build a strong relationship with shouldn’t be a problem for her.

I asked her “Why you’ve started feeling disillusioned with dating?”

And she answered “Notwithstanding my successful and happy relationships in the past, I’ve started facing issues with relationships a few years ago when I started trying to build a long-term and more committed relationship…”

As she told me further, all the dates she had during this period were ending almost the same.

New "long-term partners" were ghosted or just broke with her telling the standard phrases (like "it's not about you, it's about me", etc.).

This was making her mentally exhausting.

“I always found myself putting their needs above my own”, “I seem to be a doormat and get shitty guys too”, “I don't know what to do now to have a better relationship” – this is what that she told me that evening…and I still remember it.

That evening I tried to turn our conversation to other topics (as didn’t want to make her sadder) and we didn’t talk about it more.

But I was thinking about it…

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