Ep.017: Midlife Dating with Jonathon Aslay

Thinking of starting dating again after a divorce? It might be scary, awkward, and often times very challenging, especially with the luggage of past experiences most women (and men) went through – divorce, family court, empty nest, elderly parents…

Still, many women approach dating as victims, looking for a knight in shiny armor to save them. Many believe that the other party (=men) is always the problem and that they’re faultless. Instead, Jonathon teaches them responsibility, ownership of their lives, and most of all, self-love.

In this interview, we talked about how women can break the pattern of dating the wrong guys by finding that inner peace and love for themselves first. And Jonathon gave some awesome tips on how women can understand men better.

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About Jonathon:

The focus of one of America’s Leading Mid-Life Dating Coach Jonathon Aslay has expanded into a deeper, essential philosophy of what it truly means to LOVE.  

After losing his 19-year-old son Connor in 2018, Jonathon Aslay’s grief led him on a soul-searching inner journey, where he became aware of an often-overlooked dimension of the dating conversation. He realized that the process of dating reveals the most common emotional health issue faced by many singles seeking a partner: a distressing lack of self-worth, self-regard, and self-love.   

Today, he is on a mission of encouraging both men and women to fully love themselves with a new book, “What The Heck Is Self-Love Anyway?” -packed with fun, engaging spiritual and personal growth practices – and his dynamic Mid-Life Love Mastery mentorship program, that inspires hundreds of people daily around the world and his podcast, What Would Love Do?

Connect with Jonathon:

Website: http://www.jonathonaslay.com/http://www.jonathonaslay.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/consciouscoupling.jonathonaslay/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonathonAslay


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