Do you find it hard to get dates with those that you actually want to get to know?

Do you constantly find yourself getting “Friend-Zoned?”

Do those you’re interested in ghost you?

Want to know how to go from dates to exclusive?

If you’re a guy, have girls ever said that you’re too nice?

If you’re a girl, do guys invite you to hang out instead of go out?

Talk about frustrating right?? But hey, no stress. I’d be happy to help you out. My concepts are based on gender communication research. I have pinpointed specific techniques that make issues, like the ones listed above, an absolute breeze. Feel free to check out a few selected testimonials to see how exciting it is to finally get out of the rut and start to make meaningful connections with those that you’ve got a thing for. 😉

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I am extremely satisfied with the experience I’ve had meeting with Nate.

I am 26 and have been dating regularly for a while. I consider myself a likable person and dating hasn’t necessarily difficult for me. However, I always had a lot of anxieties about dating and had a hard time making commitments. Meeting with Nate was helpful because I was able to see some of the things that were causing my anxieties; once you know what’s causing a problem, you can do something about it. It was comforting to know that others dealt with the same struggles and that there was something I could do about it.
Nate gave me tools to manage my anxieties and even practical suggestions for openly communicating in dating. He manages a great balance between professionalism (he really knows his stuff) and friendliness (he shares his own struggles and genuinely cares).
If you feel like dating is hard, talk with Nate! It is easily worth your money.
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We all go through experiences that distort our perception of reality. In the world of dating, this distortion can become a hurt that keeps hurting. After several relationships that left me hurting including a broken engagement. I walked away believing the distorted idea that I was responsible for all the heartbreak. I was terrified to even interact with men because if they liked me I would be responsible for hurting them as well. The thought of any more guilt piling up on my back was demobilizing. My fun-loving personality was smothered with fear, a hurt that keeps hurting.
I had been seeking and praying for help when I got the opportunity to learn from Nate. I decided to be brave and be honest about my concerns. He was fun and energetic; I never felt uncomfortable or like something was wrong with me. He walked me through several things but I think I could summarize it by saying he helped me gain a realistic vision on human interactions. In just one night I felt like I was able to change the way I thought about myself and those around me. The guilt fell off my back on to the floor and I have no plans of letting it back on my back!
I went in with specific needs but I’m sure these teachings can bless anyone willing to try even if their needs are drastically different.
Thank you for everything Nate!

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