3 mistakes men and women make in dating, relationships and marriage

by Relationship Coach Rinatta Paries on March 1, 2012

in Articles, Break-ups and Divorce, Dating, Relationships, Singles, Women's Help

This past Sunday I spoke at the Portland Healing Arts Fair on the 3 worst mistakes men and women make in dating, relationships and marriage and what to do instead. I want to share the video of this talk with you below.

I will be re-recoding this talk shortly to turn it into a course, so I suggest you watch the video while it’s available freely.

So what are the three worst mistakes we make in dating and relationships? Watch the video to learn.

NOTE: I am aware that the sound quality on this video is not great. I suggest you find a quiet room and watch anyway. The quality of the sound gets better when I start to talk about what really matters. Also, I will be re-recoding this talk in the next couple of days, but will probably be making it into a for fee product. If you want to know more about that, be sure you are on my newsletter list. (get on the list in the box on the right)

Here’s a summary of the key points in my talk:
Mistake #1: The question we ask
Mistake #2: We get triggered and don’t know it
Mistake #3: We project and fantasize, see what we want instead of what is

How do these mistakes affect our dating and relationships and what should we do instead? Watch the video for all that and more!


Lyn March 2, 2012 at 6:13 am

Could NOT understand anything you spoke of = TOO MANY RUDE PEOPLE BACKGROUND NOISE.
Kindly follow-up with printed version.
Thank you so much.

Sharon March 2, 2012 at 3:17 am

I had such a hard time understanding what you said due to the back ground noise. I would love to have really gotten your points. Will there be a transcript?

JULIA March 2, 2012 at 1:02 am

please make a transcript, much better than video, thanks, i could not watch the video

regina March 1, 2012 at 11:24 pm

Listened to your summary of the 3 key points. Yes, I agree with you when you say that ‘anxiety’ is based on fear, and we have the power to control our thoughts (positive or negative). The hard part is to continually visualize positive thoughts with positive actions thereby getting positive results. I believe this applies to all fascists of our lives. Sometimes it is hard to maintain that continuity when people say negative things or do things to purposefully hurt you. Life is a struggle and I believe we must daily meditate releasing negativity and opening up our minds to positive affirmations that our existence has meaning. Thank you for all that you do and teach. I agree with the other comments on the background noise interference. It was a struggle to hear you and I had to replay certain parts to hear your message.

Cas March 1, 2012 at 9:15 pm

i couldn’t really understand what you said because of the background noise. I would have loved to hear it. : (

Jana March 1, 2012 at 7:01 pm

Well these are good questions, but unfortunately I can barely understand most of what you said. Who ever taped this for you should have hooked you up with a wireless mic and they should have paid attention to the coiled cord that hung over the corner of the camera.

There are too many people talking in the background,which is why you need a wireless mic. I do videography and editing all day at work so I know all about these problems.
This video is pretty worthless since there is so much ambient noise that your talk just sounds like more noise.
Not being harsh but telling the facts from a videographers’s view.

Get a wireless mic, and give the talk from your office. Keep this type of tape for your own records.
Would have loved to actually hear what you said.


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