Attracting Love and Friendship
- The desire to connect with people in more meaningful ways.
If you’ve ever felt the surge of adrenaline when you find yourself in a social situation or talking to a love interest, then you’ll know that this anxiety or fear that we feel really gets in the way of our ability to cope effectively and be at our best.
Utilizing the law of attraction we can successfully attract the people we need, want and deserve into our lives. We want to be able to present the best version of ourselves in ANY given situation
We will help you uncover the root causes of the anxiety you may feel in social situations. By addressing social trauma and negative experiences you may have suffered in the past you can move beyond the fear and doubt you may be carrying into your current social situations.
- Anyone who wants to use the law of attraction to attract love and friendship
- If you’ve ever felt the surge of adrenaline when you find yourself in a social situation or talking to a love interest then you’ll know that this anxiety or fear that we feel really gets in the way of our ability to cope effectively and be at our best.
- Course Introduction
- Rejection Hurts More Than it Should
- Six Toxic Behaviors to be Aware of and Avoid
- Loving Kindness Meditation to Open the Heart Without Social Anxiety
- Five Things I Love About Myself and Affirmations
- Communication styles to win people over
- Cultivating an Attitude That Will Win People Over
- How Humility Can Boost Your Confidence in Any Situation
- "To be at Peace When All Around Me is Seeming Trouble" Humility Quote
- Four Year Old Being Teased
- A Middle School Bully's Tragic Story
- Workplace Rejection, Hurt Feelings When it's All Your Fault
- A Painful Divorce and the Life Changing Lessons Learned
Tom Pfahler is a renowned author and speaker. He has recently published the widely acclaimed book “Why Don’t People Like Me”. Tom has been a successful mentor and coach, working for fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. His website Reality Check for You is specifically geared to helping people more easily navigate the mental and emotional distress caused by not knowing why people react as they do. His approach has been to address relationships from a perspective of healing and compassion. Tom believes that deep understanding of our own feelings is the most powerful tool we have to creating positive and healthy relationships.