How insecure are you in your love life?
As a woman who grew up watching movies and TV shows that gave me unrealistic expectations of love and men, I can tell you wholeheartedly that I answered "Yes" to many of these questions before getting help from another coach. Are you ready to face the truth about your relationship history?

While this is not the most "scientific" of assessments, it can still be telling of how you generally approach your love life. Think back to all of your romantic relationships and commit to answering "Yes" or "No" to each question as honestly as possible. Once you're done, you'll get a copy of your answers, and I won't share your results with anyone else.

After you submit your responses, you'll receive an email in the next day or two with a score key to see how well you did.

If you're concerned about how your responses compare to the score key, and the time is right for you to take back control of your love life, then let's start a dialogue:

(Source for most of these questions: Dating coach Evan Marc Katz)
Email address *
I’ve been in a relationship where I always gave but didn’t receive. *
I’ve put up with emotional abuse, verbal abuse or physical abuse. *
I found myself acting “crazy” or having unhealthy, obsessive thoughts when I wasn’t with him. *
I’ve been in a relationship with no physical chemistry. *
I’ve been overly critical of my partners’ flaws. *
I’ve been embarrassed to tell my friends how my relationship was going. *
I’ve stayed in a relationship even after I knew it was doomed. *
I’ve been in relationships where I had to frequently censor my opinions. *
I’ve been afraid to have an authentic conversation with my partner. *
I’ve wondered if there’s fundamentally something wrong with men. *
I’ve frequently compared my relationship to others’ and felt jealous of what they had. *
I’ve felt uneasy/jealous/territorial when my partner talked to other women. *
I'm currently in a relationship I don’t want to be in. *
I’ve considered cheating on my partner because it seemed easier than breaking up with him. *
I need my partner to frequently validate me to make me feel good. *
I’ve read books and tried coaching programs, with no discernible results. *
I want to receive Holly's weekly emails with raw personal stories and advice that can help get you to a place of healing, confidence, and control in your relationship. *
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