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In the tango, a couple comes together to share authentically, and stay passionately connected as the pair glides around the dance floor, reenacting a struggle, entanglement, or a fantasy. The tango requires us – the dancers – to experience and deal with fundamental issues of trust, power, boundaries, leading and following, and merging and separating.
The nationally syndicated Ask Robert Show provides its professional-minded audience with timely and current interviews with professionals in a diverse range of fields. This is a recent webcast interview with Jianny Adamo of Fearless Love discussing and giving advice for women whom are dating in this current #metoo era.
A recent webcast interview with Jianny Adamo of Fearless Love discussing five dating red flags and giving advice for women whom are dating in this current #metoo era broadcast on the nationally syndicated Ask Robert Show.
After falling for a bad man – whether he’s a sociopath, narcissist, psychopath, or other unhealthy human, it’s all too easy to blame yourself and experience shame. If you find yourself wondering, “Why did I play the fool?” don’t judge yourself any further.
You have been dating for a while and feelings are budding for each other. Now, you wonder if this could be for real. Believe it or not, the best way to determine if you are on the path of fake or fearless love is to get clear about how the person you’re involved with makes you feel. Someone who cares about you will place you at the same level or higher than themselves. Their behavior will line up with making sure you accept them and return their affection. The following are FIVE areas to consider as your love blossoms into a deep and passionate fearless love:
The Faith Washington Show provides its business-minded audience with anecdotes regarding the nuts and bolts of entrepreneurship. Faith Washington, an entrepreneur and Life/Business Coach, interviews Jianny Adamo of Fearless Love in a discussion about toxic relationships.
Loving someone whose main goal was only to please himself - a narcissist - leaves you vulnerable to a crisis deep within when the abusive relationship ends. Finding your way back to peace, freedom and happiness afterwards may be such a challenge that it seems like an impossible mountain to climb. .
If you’re a single and successful woman, finding love doesn’t need to be an overwhelming challenge. The key lies in finding balance— turning down your masculine energy, the one that contributes to external success, and turning up your feminine energy
Recently, I was at a party where I met Matt. He offered to get me a drink and I accepted. He took a seat on the sofa between me and another woman. The entire time, he ignored me and spoke to her, but kept rubbing his leg against mine. He’d occasionally turn to me and smile