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Start Creating Healthy Love Today By Discovering Your ‘Relationship Signature’

(Are you The Wind, The Ocean, or The Mountain?)

Hi, I’m Shay, the founder of Rising Woman…

We all have a special pattern to how we approach dating, marriage, and love in general…

When you discover your unique Relationship Signature. You can…

  • Free yourself from neediness and looking to a partner to make you feel whole.
  • Stop being “too nice”.. Hold kind boundaries while being your most loving, attractive, & phenomenal self.
  • Be with someone who truly loves & respects you. (Transform your current relationship, or discover the new love of your life.)

First Step? Discover YOUR unique Relationship Signature…

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PS. Once you understand how YOU relate to others in love, you’ll be able to create the beautiful romantic life you deserve.


What do you do if the person you’re dating does not text you back?

I find myself running through my head for what might be wrong. Are they trying to take space? Am I annoying them? Is this the beginning of the end?

I assume they must be busy. And if they just forgot to text me back, that’s ok too. And if they just don’t care, that would hurt, but I would heal in time.

Why would they text me back? I never texted them in the first place. Glad they’re letting me breathe for once. People can be so clingy.

How much assurance do you need in a relationship?

Hearing that they still want me makes feel safe and relieved. Every little reminder helps. I get kind of anxious if I don’t hear from them for too long, or if they feel distant.

It’s nice to hear positive things about our relationship. But most of the time, I’ll just assume things are going good until told otherwise.

Very little. In fact, please give me some time to miss you. I wish people weren’t so predictable.

How do you feel when you’re single?

Something is missing if I’m single. I have so much love to give, and a relationship is where I feel most whole. I want to feel loved, appreciated, and desired, and I think that’s perfectly natural.

Single is great! I love to have fun on my own and with friends. And If I meet someone along the way, then I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it.

I tend to avoid relationships. Intimacy scares me more than I’d like to admit. It’s something I’m willing to work on.

How much space do you need in a relationship?

I don’t need a lot. I feel a little uneasy when my partner needs alone time and sometimes I wonder if something is wrong.

I enjoy my time alone and also love my time with my partner. A mix of solo time, friend time, and romance time is my ideal.

I need quite a bit of breathing room and I wish more people would understand that. I don’t like feeling that everything depends on me.

What’s your take on conflict in a relationship?

I don’t want to rock the boat. I’ll let things slide for a while until I can’t take it anymore. Then I’ll let out all my feelings at once. It doesn’t always go well.

I’m comfortable saying what’s bothering me, even if my partner will be a bit upset at first. I think it’s important that we communicate effectively and honestly.

If we’re not getting along on something, I’d rather take some distance to cool off. Or I might just tell the person what they’re doing is not acceptable. If we do talk about it, I just want the discussion done. I’d rather not get into feelings too much.