Finding Real Love in The Age of The "Me Too" Movement
How a Female Relationship Coach is Helping Men Navigate the New Dating and Relationship Landscape
By: Apollonia Ponti
"It's scary. I don't know what to do, what to say and how to say it," says one gentleman who hired relationship coach, Apollonia Ponti to help him navigate the new dating environment.
Ponti, an International Coach Federation certified coach with more than 16.7 MILLION YouTube views and 160,000 subscribers says, she has noticed a trend among her clients who are genuinely looking to meet the right woman, build a relationships and create a families. "Some of the men I work with are afraid of living in their masculine energy," says Ponti. "They are tiptoeing when it comes to approaching and having conversations with women, especially in the work setting. They don't want to offend women in any way, and fear that their genuine advances may be misunderstood."
Ponti says while the "Me Too" Movement has been empowering for women, it has also created an environment where we are teaching men how to diminish their masculinity instead of teaching them the difference between toxic masculinity and healthy masculinity.
"As women, we, instinctively crave masculine men and many of us do not necessarily always want to take the lead. Yet we are teaching men the opposite - how not to take the lead. We need to play our respective roles in each other's lives - however you define those roles in your relationship. We must find a way to co-exist in a healthy, respectful manner," says Ponti.
Ponti hosts Authentic Attraction Bootcamps in Miami, New York (July 6th, 2019) and Los Angeles (September 14th, 2019) where she addresses this and many other topics.
For anyone struggling in this area, she offers three tips:
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About Apollonia Ponti
Growing up, Apollonia Ponti remembers wondering why Disney movies were so different then her own life. Her divorced parents constantly fought for custody and argued every time they spoke. At 10-years-old, she recalls sneaking her headphones into her room late at night to listen to Dr. Drew and Dr. Ruth. She struggled for years in dating, until she realized that the secret to finding love and healthy relationships was in one's ability to master one's self confidence by discovering the love within.
Ponti quit her six-figure corporate private banking job to pursue her passion of becoming a relationship coach and helping men find love and healthy relationships. In 2013, as a single woman, she took a year off from dating. She wanted to explore something more profound that would enhance her life.