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Online Workshop by Steps to Happyness Explains the Science Behind the Attraction of Successful Woman to Dark Triad Men

Online Workshop by Steps to Happyness Explains the Science Behind the Attraction of Successful Woman to Dark Triad Men

Fri Aug 2, 2019 - 02:00am UTC

Relationship and dating coach Cherlyn Chong is hosting a special workshop to help professional women turn their lives around after a devastating breakup using research and science.

Singapore, Singapore – August 1, 2019 / /

Steps to Happyness is proud to announce the launch of its online workshop titled the Science Behind the Attraction of Successful Women to Dark Triad Men

Founder Cherlyn Chong said, “EVEN smart and successful women can find it hard to cope due to a bad breakup stemming from a toxic relationship”.

This is precisely why Cherlyn Chong, 32, founder of Steps to Happyness, is pleased to announce that her free workshop how to get over your ex is now available online. To find out more or to watch the workshop online please click the link above.

Instead of theory and advice that does not work, Cherlyn presents a fresh new look at the mystery of why high-achieving professional women often fall for abusive, toxic men, and how exactly to recover from them.

“Yes, there is an actual science and research to this phenomenon, and all will be unveiled in this unique workshop said, Cherlyn.”

For more information click here https://www.stepstohappyness.com/science-temp

An ambitious entrepreneur herself, Cherlyn has always wondered why she was constantly in relationships with men who were angry and neurotic.

After observing many other women just like her, she has discovered that women can have everything else going well in their lives—great career, great friends and a lovely home—but still attract and stay in a difficult relationship until a breakup occurs.

She said, “It’s astonishing, the number of women who wouldn’t share the details of their love lives with anyone in fear of being seen as ‘stupid’ or ‘weak,’ especially if they are in a leadership position or someone of authority.”“So I created this workshop to help these women see that the relationship for what it really was, and to understand that they don’t need to hold onto so much shame over it. I know what it’s like to be overly anxious and devastated about a man.”

“You know you should be letting go of him, but you just can’t. You want to know why he just tossed you aside like you were nothing. You want to know why everyone around you is getting married, and you’re still stuck and single. There are real answers to all of that.”

The workshop has already been watched by more than 3,500 people, many of whom are describing it as “gold” or “the most informative session I’ve had.”

More information on the free workshop is availabe at https://www.stepstohappyness.com

Contact Info:
Name: Cherlyn Chong
Email: Send Email
Organization: Steps to Happyness
Address: 1 Raffles Place, #44-01A, One Raffles Place, Singapore 048616
Website: https://www.stepstohappyness.com/

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