Dating and advice
Surprise surprise, says Jeney — it’s the inability to connect deeply with a potential romantic partner.We sat down with Jeney to sort through this massive problem, and to get some practical advice on how to find love in the modern age. How can you turn an awkward first date with the man of your dreams into the relationship you’ve dreamed of? But exactly how do you find out without asking him outright and getting a look like you’ve just asked him to marry you?In reality, the secret to success is less about your attractiveness, and more about your .Seductive and compelling as it may be, this path is a decoy, and a detour from intimacy. We are sometimes — maybe more than sometimes — needy. Nor does it work, because when our humanity feels like a shameful secret, we have no choice but to push love away.
Looking for dating advice that puts God into the equation? We’re here to help Christian singles find the type of real, lasting love they’ve been looking for.She’s smart, beautiful, accomplished and making history as the first African American Bachelorette. It’s a question lots of women may be asking themselves, too.We thought, this is a good time to get some sage dating advice.Meet Alysha Jeney, a 30-year-old married relationship counselor based in Denver, Colorado.Yep, you read that right — she’s a counselor, a millennial herself, she’s in a successful long-term relationship. Jeney, who is also the founder of the subscription-based Modern Love Box for couples, has been with her partner for about a decade, and has been in private practice for three years.
Most dating advice promises to lead us to lasting love, but erodes our chance of ever finding it.