Are You Coming off a Divorce or Bad Break-up?
Would you like to meet a good man?
But, you don’t want to get hurt again?
Do you wonder if you’ll ever find someone you really want, who really wants you?
Are There Any Good Men Out There?
Scenario #1 He Comes on Strong At First
You meet someone interesting. He wants your number. He keeps calling and texting. He can’t get enough of you. Everything’s happening so fast that you think, Wow, this is really going somewhere.
But, once you fall for him, things start to change. He doesn’t seem that into you anymore. You start feeling insecure and even a little clingy. While he pulls away even more.
Before you know it he’s out the door. And you’re not really sure what happened. All you know is you really feel bad. And you don’t know what to do.
Scenario #2 There’s No Chemistry
Maybe you like to go really slow. You want to meet someone. But, you don’t want to get hurt again. You go out with men you meet online. But, nothing really clicks. It feels like you don’t have anything in common or there’s no chemistry. So, you only go out once or twice.
Sometimes you wonder, Are there any good men left out there? You feel like giving up. Except you really do want to meet someone. But, you have no idea what to do.
Scenario #3 Are There Any Good Men Out There?
Maybe you haven’t dated in forever. You’re not even sure where to start. You don’t meet men at work. Your friends have tried setting you up. But, that never works out.
When you try online dating, you only hear from guys who are weird or who come on too strong. Or worse, you get nothing. So, you really have no idea what to do.
Don’t Give Up – You Can Have the Love You Always Wanted
I know what it’s like to really want to meet someone — especially after the hurt and pain of a divorce or bad break-up.
I’ve been on a mission to learn about relationships most of my life. I wanted to find love for myself. I also wanted to help other women.
I went to therapy first. Then I became a Marriage and Family Therapist myself. I learned more about relationships when I started teaching psychology at APU. Plus, I went back for my doctorate in Marriage and Family Studies. After that I taught therapists at University of La Verne.
I also attended support groups and relationship seminars. I did whatever I could to heal myself so I could really find love this time. I also learned how to date and screen out men who weren’t serious about finding love.
And it worked – I met my wonderful husband.
And that’s important. Because, when it comes to relationships, a therapist can’t give what they don’t have. In other words, I can’t help you find love if I haven’t figured that out for myself. Because, I can’t make you any healthier than I am. (Lewis, Amini, & Lannon, A General Theory of Love, 2000)
I Love Helping You
I love sharing everything I’ve learned to help you find and have the kind of relationship you always wanted, a relationship filled with:
- closeness and comfort
- fun and laughter
- fighting fair and finding compromise
- security and commitment
Because that’s the kind of love you deserve.
I’d Love to Hear from You
Sometimes you just need someone who’s been there… to show you the way.
I’d love to chat with you about what’s happening in your life and how I can help. Just call me at (626) 215-2527 for a free phone consultation.
I can’t wait to hear from you.
VondieDr. Vonda ("Vondie") Lozano is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Glendora. She offers counseling, hypnosis and meetups to help you find love. She's been featured in Cosmopolitan, the Wall Street Journal and on KABC Talk Radio. Get her *free* ebook, Date, Don't Mate!
Glendora is a Los Angeles suburb in the San Gabriel Valley. Nearby cities include San Dimas, La Verne, and Claremont. Glendora is also accessible from Pasadena, Los Angeles, the Inland Empire and Orange County.