Kevin and Lisa Cotter believe that we can and they have put together a 40-day journey to help us “perfect love in an imperfect world.”Since we were toddlers, our culture has been teaching us the meaning of sex, love, and dating.Women begin with the promise of “happily ever after” and men with the task of becoming the hero.The investment will be well worth the effort and you will help ensure that you go into your next relationship because it is something you really want rather than because you are terrified of being on your own.According to the group Action for Happiness daily physical exercise is a vital component to feeling good about ourselves.Nothing new can come into your life until you have let go of the old.If you are holding onto old love letters, photos, gifts and belongings of an ex then it is unlikely that you have really let go of the relationship. Bitterness and resentment about past relationships can block you from moving on and will stifle your ability to trust and commit to someone new.If you would like to learn more about the Cotters you can visit follow them on twitter @Lisa Ann Cotter and @Kevin RCotter.If your current efforts at dating keep falling flat it may be time for a dating detox – time to clear out and make the necessary changes to help ensure that your dating future is different from your past this phase should last between 30 and 60 days depending on the length of your last relationship ‘If your most recent relationship lasted less than a year or if you’ve never had a serious relationship, detox for thirty days.
Adding in the Good: Throughout each lesson, Kevin and Lisa describe the goodness of relationships properly lived out.
Life is often too full of the things we ‘should’ do rather than the things we ‘want’ to do.
Use your detox time to really get to know what makes you tick and put yourself at the top of your list of priorities in terms of time and attention.
Imagine you are in training for the perfect relationship – you want your new beau to find you looking and feeling good about yourself not emerging from a winter slumped in front of the telly with a tub of ice cream.
No matter how busy, or how unfit, you are, devote half an hour each day to physical exercise in a form that suits you – a brisk walk is very beneficial physically and emotionally.