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Give up on your “attractions of deprivation.” It’s easy to become attracted to people who can almost commit -- who treat us wonderfully then demean or ignore us.
These attractions spring from early feelings of inadequacy, usually in relation to our parents. When we reach this stage, a dead-end era of our dating lives draws to a close, and we can begin the real work of intimacy: cultivating our attraction to relationships that feed and nurture us. Cultivate your “attractions of inspiration.” As we lose our taste for attractions of deprivation and start to change our behavior, we usually experience a temporary void in our dating life.
There’s nothing more exciting than trying to seduce these partners into loving us fully. We always feel we’re one step away from “getting it right.” Because these relationships are highly charged and gnawingly addictive, I call them “attractions of deprivation.” At a certain point -- and this is one of the great gifts of getting older -- many of us decide we don’t want to be hurt like that again. We don’t want the pain of past relationships, but we don’t know if there’s anything else out there for us.
This phase can be discouraging, but it’s an almost universal stop on the journey to healthy love.
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By Ken Page Midlife is a perfect time to get more real in our relationships As a psychotherapist who has worked with thousands of single people over the past 27 years, I’ve come to the conclusion that the way we’re taught to approach relationships is more likely to lead to heartbreak than to lasting love. Best of all, I’ve found that this approach, which I call “Deeper Dating,” actually favors people in their late 40s, 50s and older because at this stage of life, we are much less willing to waste our time in the pursuit of unhealthy relationships.
When we’re willing to let go of our flight patterns and leave our safety nets -- which have become traps, not havens -- that’s when we find our dating life can begin to change. The more we share our real feelings, desires and vulnerability, the more we risk being hurt.
As a result, we often create airbrushed versions of ourselves for the world to see.
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