Stop the dating cycle and finally get a commitment

Are you or someone you know struggling with dating, finding men who seem to be “the one” and then disappoint you within a few weeks or months? Maybe you have been blindly opening your heart and believing that the other person feels the same way. Maybe you just don’t know what to look for, what to expect and what to walk away from.

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Here are 10 questions answered by 21 leading experts  on the “Dating to Commitment” FREE Virtual Summit in November 2015.

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  1. “What are some of the red flags that can instantly tell women that a guy isn’t commitment ready?”
  2. “What is/are the biggest mistake(s) that women make that sabotages their chances to get into a committed relationship?”
  3. “How can a woman get clarity early on about the direction of a relationship without assuming things or scaring a man away?”
  4. “What are some of the clear signs telling that a man is open and ready for a committed relationship?”
  5. “What do men really want in a relationship? Why do men choose to commit?
  6. On the opposite, why don’t men want to commit?”
  7. “What are some of the techniques and strategies women can use that will get a man to ask them to become exclusive?”
  8. “What are some ways in which women can inspire a man to bring up the “commitment conversation” without asking him about it?
  9. “Are there some “magical phrases” women can use to get a man to commit thinking it was totally his idea?”
  10. “When is it time to leave a man who doesn’t commit?”


Maybe you have never thought about these questions. Maybe you don’t have a clue about how to answer them. This summit will provide answers you may not have known were available. This could actually forever change the way you look at men and relationships.First step, always is to know who you are, where you come from, where you want to go, what has happened to you in the past, what you would like to have happen in the future, what attracts you and what turns you off. That is always the first step – self-reflection, self-awareness and then self-acceptance and self-appreciation. Without self-love, self-concern, and self-confidence, you cannot expect a man or a woman to love you the way you hope to be loved.

With confidence and really knowing yourself, nobody out there can fool you for any length of time. You will ask questions, listen to the answers, and easily walk away from people and situations that do not meet your needs and desires.

I created a 30 Day Love Challenge that provides all the necessary information, insights and re-thinking processes to get you on the straight and narrow path to love. That will not be offered again until next year. But right now, this week, you have a special opportunity to hear from 21 experts, including me. Learn from people who have been there and found a way out of the struggle, loneliness and suffering.

What you need to develop is a new mindset, a new way of thinking about yourself, about relationships and about love and commitment. Discover the different questions you can ask yourself and others. Understand what is working and not working in your life and your relationships. Find ways to make yourself more attractive and irresistible – not just in physical appearance but in attitude, words, body language and behavior. Gain access to tools that will help you to better understand yourself and the men you meet.

Dr. Erica Goodstone is a love mentor, relationship healer, licensed mental health counselor, marriage therapist, body psychotherapist and coach. She was invited along with 21 other love and dating experts to share her secrets about how to get a man to commit. Men can also learn how to win over their female partners.


Listen to a special live radio interview with the love coach who organized the Dating to Commitment Summit, Polina Solda,


Dr. Erica
Love Mentor and Relationship Healer
Where There Is Love There IS A Way


14 thoughts on “Stop the dating cycle and finally get a commitment

  1. Hi Erica,

    This sounds like it would be a good lesson for anyone in that position. I’m not looking but I can tell you that learning from a group like yours would be great for people who unfortunately have become a “door mat.”

    Thank you for all the good that you do to help people. 🙂

    • Monna,

      Thanks for stopping by. I have participated on several love summits in the past year and I know that help is available for all those men and women who seek it. The problem is that most of us don’t want help. We just want to do it our self, in our own way. But we get stuck in patterns that don’t bring us what we really want. The coaches and therapists who focus on love and relationships can really help us to overcome fears, understand what we really want and desire, and find ways to take steps toward living our dream.


      Dr. Erica

  2. Hi Erica,

    I think the biggest problem we have in our society is commitment. I have so many clients that need this…ned to follow you.

    When I do get them, I always send them to your blog and tell them about the wonderful information you create for them.

    There is only so much I can do in a half hour or an hours time. Both men and women need to re-learn how to have a cohesive relationship.


    • Donna,

      How sweet of you to think of me with your clients. I know how much you help them, even in short periods of time because you are clear thinking and caring and have so much empathy. You are right. The norm is no longer to choose a romantic partner, a job or even a business partner for long term commitment. People very quickly want to know “What’s in it for me” rather than how can I contribute and how can we work together to build something special.


      Dr. Erica

  3. Oh I have to agree with Donna – the biggest challenge is commitment, with anything! When the going gets tough people want to quit. But we know that staying the course has the best outcome no matter how challenging … much love to you my friend..

    • Lesly,

      I am finding that most people don’t even realize how much trouble they have with commitment.
      So many people say they want to do something, buy a book or sign up for a course but then they don’t
      complete the course or do the homework or actually take the actions required to attain what they had
      said they wanted.
      The same happens in relationships. People think they are committed until difficulties arise and then
      they are often ready to quit without doing whatever it takes to improve the situation.

      Those who succeed do make a solid commitment and follow through until they achieve the desired results.


      Dr. Erica

  4. Hi Erica,
    we live in a time ,where it seems more and more difficult to
    really connect and have a balanced relationship.People live
    from the outside in and do not really show real feelings or are
    not even clear about them.Many play a game and pretend all
    is ok.“Sometimes people don’t want to hear the truth because they don’t want their illusions destroyed.”? Friedrich Nietzsche
    But if it comes to a real near relationship ,this does not
    work . Many need help with this and know it ,may even take
    steps ,but do not want really look at it deep enough, it needs commitment.
    This only will repeat what did not work before.
    Good, if many read this and really commit to getting help from an expert like you.
    Thank you

    • Erika,

      You are so right. The media and our current general attitude is to have quick fixes, to get rid of things rather than to keep them and care for them. It’s no different with relationships. We think they are easily discarded and replaced.

      But you and I know that a long term committed relationship requires time, effort, conversations that may not be so pleasant, overcoming frustrations, hurts, disagreements, and learning to love, accept and appreciate another human being, and our self, as we are.


      Dr. Erica

    • Abhilash,
      There is so much to understand about men, women, dating and love. In March I will be hosting a special series
      all about men, for men, and love. So please check back in a few weeks to find out more.

      Dr. Erica

    • Ablilash,

      Thanks for stopping by. There is so much to understand about men, women and relationships.
      I have been a featured speaker on several summits focused on women and this March
      i will be hosting an online series all about men and love. Please check back some time next month
      to find out more.

      Dr. Erica

  5. Hi Erica,
    Commitment will help us to focus on our work for a better cause. I think marriage is the right choice of commitment, a family rely on us will keep us focused.
    Your article is so inspiring.

    • Praveen,
      Having a family that you love and value can certainly help you to remain focused on your goals.
      Problems occur if you forget the love and search for excitement and newness with someone else.
      But you have to be ready to make a commitment.
      Dr. Erica

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