Break The Glass Slipper with Crista Beck Podcast Episode 34

To text him, or to not to text him? When it comes navigating the communication waters sometimes it can be stressful to know which way to go. In this episode, Crista shares 5 ways to react when a man does not ask you out again immediately after a date and you have also not heard from him for a few days. What she shares is counterintuitive to what your mind and heart wants to do, but her philosophy on this matter will help you to focus your precious attention on the men that are actual viable long-term options and away from your fantasy that you may have created about this man. If you are wondering whether you should text a man after a great date, Crista shares a mini roadmap for how to handle such situations.


You’ll Learn

  • 5 things you can do instead of texting a man
  • Mistakes that a lot of single women make when they have an amazing connection with a man
  • 3 reasons a man may not be immediately asking you out again
  • An empowered approach to texting in the beginning stages of dating
  • How to navigate your inner freak out when you have not heard from him in a couple of days

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The Host:

Crista Beck

As the host of Break The Glass Slipper with Crista Beck Podcast, Crista loves creating a place where single women can come to create loving relationships that last. She is also the author of the Amazon best selling book, Break The Glass Slipper: Free Yourself of Fairy Tale Fantasies and Find True Love in Real Life. 

Known as “The Love Radar,” Crista has been featured on ABC, NBC, FOX, and TEDx. Her love and dating advice has been heard by over a million people globally. With over 20,000 hours of meditation as well as an award winning violinist, Crista brings pure love to her 10+ years as a love & dating coach and matchmaker.

Website: cristabeck.com

Facebook: Crista.Beck

LinkedIn: cristabeck

Instagram: @cristabeck


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Thanks for listening! Check out the next episode where we discuss how to create boundaries with men.