Ep.013: Deserving Blissful Relationship with Scot McKay

Ep.013: Deserving Blissful Relationship with Scot McKay

Finding the right partner and having a great relationship seems like a big mountain to climb. Especially for women in midlife, who have been through their own share of bad dates or relationships, who now approach dating with caution and reserve and who are not settling for anything but the best.

Scot created a mantra “Deserve what you want.” to emphasize the importance of first being the kind of person who will attract the right match. He also says relationships shouldn’t be hard work and if they are, we should probably be asking ourselves if we are in it for the right reasons. (I don’t agree completely, but he has a point).

We talked about finding the right partner and what do men and women really look for. And also about keeping the spark alive in the relationship and how to grow together.

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About Scot:

Scot McKay and his wife Emily are professional dating and relationship coaches, authors and podcast hosts. Together they founded X & Y Communications in San Antonio, TX, which focuses on equipping and empowering men and women who want to go from good to great in their relationships.

They reach over 300,000 people all over the world through their newsletters, podcasts and social media. They are the authors of ten books between them, including four Amazon #1 bestsellers, and have been featured by over 400 media outlets worldwide.

Connect with Scot:

Website: https://www.deservewhatyouwant.com/ladies/

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