Have you ever wanted to be in a relationship but felt frustrated because no matter how hard you tried, disappointment or bad results developed?
As an example, let’s follow Joey through a few years of her life, starting from when she first entered college.
Joey was a reflective, serious, and caring young woman. She had a handful of friends whom she dearly appreciated. They had common interests, shared activities, and were available when any of them asked.
As the college years unfolded, Joey wanted to be in a relationship, similar to the ones she observed her friends starting.