When I was in my 20s, I imagined that I would be married by the time I turned 30.
Well, I was wrong.
Throughout my 20s, I met a lot of men and had several mini-relationships. But there was always a problem: The guy couldn't commit; he was trying to "find himself"; he was overly critical; he had a girlfriend—the list went on and on. Obviously, I was picking the "wrong" people, whether or not I was conscious of it. I remember endlessly complaining about dating to my friends.
Of course, the problem was not with the guys—it was with me and my beliefs about relationships. It wasn’t until I realized this that I could begin examining these thoughts and how they were holding me back.
Because I know a lot of people have gone through this, I wanted to share the five main beliefs that I realized were keeping me stuck—and that I had to let go of before I could fall in love.