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It’s hard to not compare whether it’s a widow or a divorced person. That’s pretty much all they’re talking about and I’m saying this person is nowhere near ready to jump into another relationship, which is okay.I think he may not know that he may think I’m ready. Well, he’s thinking he’s ready because he hadn’t had sex in two years. She’s the founder of singles singles, which is the largest single group in Louisville, Kentucky, and she’s the founder of the Love and Laughter Life Coaching.
Elizabeth also shares how she manages to stay positive and her daily gratitude exercise.Kathy: Hello and welcome to The Inspire Cafe Podcast where we bring you conversations and inspirational stories of people overcoming adversity and then how they came out of it transformed with a positive outlook or outcome. Elizabeth also wrote the book, First Date Next Mate: Perspectives in Dating the “Next” Time Around.People are incredibly resilient and we need to hear more of their stories. She talks about her journey coming, a widow and expectedly becoming a cancer survivor, and she shares what got her into helping others navigate the modern dating world.She shares tips from her book, like how to know when you’re emotionally ready to start dating, to how to gently tell your date that you’d rather be just friends. So you know, I was a school teacher at the time and fortunately I had happy children to come home to and a strong faith and a good network of family and friends. I mean I don’t think I said I’m going to gain 50 pounds. All of these limiting beliefs and through coaching, this is what I really help singles with is those limiting beliefs because God wired us to love and be loved and it’s okay to want that it, you know, it’s not a needy thing.If you’re interested in asking Elizabeth a question regarding this interview, you will be able to writing your question on our facebook page for a week after this episode is released. Kathy: So we’re here with Elizabeth Lewis, a retired school teacher and author of First Date Next Mate: Perspectives in Dating the “Next” Time Around. So it took me about three years about dating and again I remember after year one everybody said, well are you ready to date? So I remember reading in your book that first year after your husband passed away, people asking you if you wanted to date and he said, no way in the second year you said that you didn’t want to. Third Year came along and I’m not sure if it was a second year, third year, but you said that you intentionally. And I think it was totally subconscious because I usually eat healthy and workout, but I think I was just. I think it was just all subliminal and you know, if you think about people that are divorced or widowed, there’s always a kickback at the beginning like, I don’t want to be hurt again. It’s, it’s, you know, like I say, God gave it to us, but it’s maneuvering through all of those stories that we tell ourselves in our head and that gets in our way. Well, I remember reading that you were trying to meet as many people as you could and so you had a limited time because you’re working, you have two kids and you wanted to be home and so you started stacking your dates or your meetups and actually bringing them to soccer practice or whatever it was and.
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