Last updated on June 16, 2013 | by Aet Suvari
Keep falling for emotionally unavailable men?
If the answer’s yes then there’s a site I’d like to introduce you to that might well feel like it’s been written personally for you.
Several months ago I stumbled across an article about the importance of values on a blog about dating and relationships. It was refreshingly well written and full of useful and practical advice. So I read another about boundaries, another about self-esteem and before I knew it I’d forgotten what I was supposed to be doing and was in several articles deep.
That blog turned out to be Baggage Reclaim and the writer, founder and owner of the site is Natalie Lue. The site is aimed primarily for women but there’s lots of good advice that could equally apply to men and basically anyone looking for help in making better decisions in both their personal lives and relationships.
Reclaimed Baggage maps out many of the well travelled routes that lead to unhealthy relationships while presenting clearly marked paths to healthier destinations. There’s no BS or skirting around difficult issues, just honest observations and lessons learned through personal experience. Unless you’re immune to dating/relationship difficulties then you’ll be hard pressed to find a site as useful and inspiring as Reclaim Baggage to make better relationship choices in your life.
Mr Unavailable & the Fallback Girl
Happy to see that Natalie has published a book on the subject of emotionally unavailable men Mr Unavailable & the Fallback Girl which is already garnering its fair share of 5 star reviews on Amazon.
We haven’t read it yet so can’t give our own review but the contents sound like they expand on many of the topics covered in the blog so it should be a valuable resource.
Here’s a trailer for the book that should give you a better idea of what to expect…
It’s not easy to find thoughtful and heartfelt advice on relationships and dating online so it’s encouraging to find exactly that on Reclaim Baggage. Natalie’s observations and relationship advice deserve a wider audience for the great work she’s doing in empowering each of us to take control of lives and stop repeating the same dating mistakes over and over again.