Praise From Clients
My biggest challenge prior to joining the program was actually blocking off time to envision what I’m looking for in a relationship + how I want that relationship to make me feel. I’ve had been meeting new people + going on dates, I hadn’t been intentional about who I was meeting or spending time with.
Veronica’s Relationship Visioning Session helped me do just that. She helped me discover + pinpoint how I want my next relationship to make me feel, and then encouraged me to do small things for myself every day to feel the way I want to feel. This has been huge. I no longer waste time with guys who I know can’t provide what I need or want in a relationship.
The Dating Mindset Bootcamp also helped me to uplevel my radical self-care plan. Consistently giving to myself has made me feel more full + whole, which I’m convinced will help me attract a partner who adores + appreciates all of my qualities + quirks, and truly treats me the way I want to be treated.
Veronica is a master at guiding ambitious women to do some very important inner work, because ultimately, a woman’s relationship with a man will simply reflect her relationship with herself.
“Treat yourself the way you want to be treated” is a perfect tagline to describe what Veronica helps her clients to do. I highly recommend her program to any woman who wants a dating mindset shift so she can actually start attracting the relationship she desires.
Veronica kept me accountable to stay true to who I am as I started dating again after a bad breakup. In fact, I didn’t even realize how much my ex was holding me back until Veronica pointed that out to me. She helped me to be learn where my boundaries are + the blocks I failed to see that contributed to my last failed relationship. I used to see red flags very early on in dating guys, but I usually ignored them because I really wanted to be in a relationship. Veronica helped me to stay true to myself.
Now, I can foresee potential problems + red flags earlier, and act on them effectively, whether it’s easily letting a guy go or communicating with them about my concern. I no longer will settling with a guy just because of concerns over my age or biological clock.
In the end, I learned how to love myself again. I no longer stay in relationships with the wrong guys because now I truly love myself + know I deserve more. I have already recommended Veronica to others so that they learn what is blocking them from a healthy relationship. I truly feel like love is on its way for me + I finally have the tools to attract + accept the love I desire. Thanks Veronica!
Although I’m in a relationship, the Dating Mindset Bootcamp taught me ways I could bring so much more happiness into the relationship for us.
I learned ways I could be more vulnerable with my current partner, which was been so helpful for our relationship. I also realized how my lack of vulnerability may have been emasculating – and thus alienating – past partners. This was huge for me to see my role in my past failed relationships.
I also loved, and was pleasantly surprised by how holistic this dating course was. This course wasn’t about how to play the dating game or how to write a perfect guy list then going to find him. It’s about being able to prioritize what is actually important to you (rather than what you think should be important), traits of your ultimate relationship (rather than your ultimate partner), and how to actualize those desires through lifestyle shifts.
Veronica also shows you how create your dream relationship, even if you’re already in a relationship. I feel a lot happier and more balanced, because I’m getting the things that I want and need. Of course, my partner finds that attractive and, and he no longer feels like he has to read my mind to figure out what’ll make me happy.
I think this program is perfect for women who are prepared to take responsibility for her own contributions to a relationship, and who aren’t afraid to take responsibility for their own happiness.
Kristen T., Dallas, TX
The best part of the Bootcamp was dating myself.
It’s given me a reason to do things that make me happy in a relationship for myself. I’ve also been able to better prioritize my time – which makes it all the more valuable to a guy when I make time for him. I’m also better about getting outside my comfort zone + accepting dates with guys I typically wouldn’t. I still haven’t met someone special, but I love how I see each date as a potential opportunity rather than something to stress out about. I still have some inner work to do around my intuition, but I would recommend this program to anyone who has trouble prioritizing themselves in relationships.
Jennifer A. Dallas, TX
I’m usually frustrated dating men + not being on the same page + wanting different things. He was coming to visit again, and I said if you’re just looking for one thing I’m not your girl because I’m looking for more than hookups in my life. It felt GOOD to open up the conversation, and it turns out, he felt the same way!
I’m still exploring where this relationship will go, but this feels so good for me right now! I screenshotted the entire conversation I had with him because going out on a limb like this was so epic for me.
Lauren R. San Diego, CA
I have a job that requires a lot of time, making it hard to find to date. Since dating myself, I’ve become more aware of my own needs. It made me realize I haven’t treated myself well the past few years, I’ve just focused on working + everday tasks. It was empowering to do more for myself, and to get out of the hustle + bustle.
Nafeesah H. Asheville, NC
I loved dating myself, and see it as an important step before getting back into the dating scene. During one of the dates, I realized a big a-ha moment:
I’d been playing the victim card, which kept me out of the dating scene for 2 years.
I’ve been so much happier, and I put way less stress on myself, and started putting myself first! I realized I was very short-sighted before. I compared myself to my friends’ relationships, and even to the unrealistic relationships portrayed in movies. I have a completely new outlook to dating, and know that my future husband is out there waiting for me.
Courtney Y. San Diego, CA
For several months now, I have started to feel way under appreciated at my job. When I started in the position a year and a half ago, it was much more reasonable to make the small very entry level salary that I did. However, as my annual review came and went and I got absolutely nothing but “5 gold stars” and the assurance from my manager that at this company, what I make now was all I was ever going to make.
The idea that everyone on the marketing team was not just undervalued, but not valued at all, and never would be, continued to be repeated over and over again, and soon I was just plain worn out by that negativity. I had been happy with my position and my income before, but as I grew and it refused to grow with me, I became increasingly miserable.
It got to the point where I knew I needed out- but I was looking and not finding any other jobs. Like, none. So, I stayed at the job that made me miserable. All the while secretly just wanting to quit and do my own business (I am a photographer/artist/book cover designer) full time. But, I was too scared of the unknown. So I stayed, despite knowing I deserved better. Despite knowing that I COULD DO BETTER, if I just had the time. But leaving something and jumping into the abyss of the unknown is freaking terrifying, ya’ll. So I held on.
And then, it was no longer really my choice. For whatever reason, the company decided that I was expendable and that they could just have me write a guide on “how to use our camera” for the other non-photographers in the marketing dept and get rid of my position entirely-basically run me out by taking away all of my responsibilities for no reason. And that was the moment (on Thursday) that I laughed. And cried. And got indignant. All at once. Because the fact that they think they can replace my artistry and talent with some technical “this is where the buttons are” guide, is a joke. And it’s a joke on them. And I am worth SO MUCH MORE.
It sort of feels like a break up, ya know? Like when the guy wants to leave but doesn’t have the guts to break up with you, so he just makes everything as hellish as possible until you finally give up and leave him, utterly defeated? (I’m sure we’ve all known guys like that, right?) Except, for the first time in my entire life, I actually truly feel like and believe that it’s actually their loss. Because I am not losing ANYTHING by moving on from a company who undervalues me this much. Just like I would not be moving on from a boyfriend who didn’t see that I was an amazing person.
It really is about self-love. I think that’s what I’m trying to say, here. And when you start learning how to love yourself, you start to pick up on the people and things in your life that are not serving you, that are not loving you, and you start to truly feel GOOD about leaving them behind. Is it still scary? Yes. Absolutely. But I know deep down that this is totally the right move. The universe works in mysterious ways sometimes. But it is always so much better if you put yourself first.
I don’t think I would have ever learned that if it wasn’t for Veronica. Thank you!!
I have a tendency to date losers who have no money, motivation, self control, or life skills and end up taking care of them in some way. Mainly those aforementioned problems are things that a lot of women run into these days and that I’m not alone.
One of the most powerful outcomes I got from dating myself was that it opened up a dialogue between my friends and me about why we settle for the losers, try to change them and why we let ourselves take responsibility for their feelings.
Laura P. Asheville, NC
I know that I have changed. I think there has been a shift in me because suddenly I’m going on a lot of great first dates. Though they might not lead into a relationship, it is a new feeling that I’m experiencing which is pretty cool! I’m more relaxed and concentrating on who this person is and if I want to keep hanging out with them, rather than wanting them to like me and be in a relationship with me. I used to have a scarcity mentality that this man had to like me because he was the only one. But, now I know that that isn’t true.
I get out of my comfort zone more by facing my fears. One major fear I have is actually being happy. It seems crazy because that’s what I’ve always wanted, but I’ve noticed that I’m not afraid of being happy, but of what it takes to get there, especially having to be so vulnerable and open with a partner.
I’ve learned this with your support, which helps me to be more of myself on dates. I’ve been honest when something doesn’t feel good, and when a guy “ghosts” I let him go and do not blame myself because I was myself and that is most important. No relationship yet, but honestly, I’m more hopeful now than I was before!
Lauren G., San Francisco, CA
I’ve been dating a man for about a month and a half now – while I’m not sure where the relationship will go, I truly believe working with Veronica has allowed me to worry less about every little thing he says or does and just enjoy the journey.
Diana S., Dallas, TX
Lynn C., Bel Air, MD