Expert Panel – How Do You Put Yourself Out There When It Seems Like No One Is Interested?

Mar 17, 2022

Liv Talley

LDS Dating Coach & Expert
Podcaster of “With Love, From Liv”
IG @livtalley_coach

How will you know if someone new could be interested if you DON’T put yourself out there? If you act as if anyone you meet would be interested in you, you may surprise yourself to find out how many times you’re actually right!

Geoff Steurer

MS, LMFT, and Author
Podcaster of “From Crisis to Connection”
IG @geoffsteurer

It’s easy to believe that what you see is what’s really happening. Sometimes there are things happening that you can’t see. For example, how do you really know others aren’t interested? Sure, you might not be getting any major signals right away, but If you’re only putting yourself out there to get a result, you’ll keep measuring everything and become more anxious. How about just showing up in the world as the best version of yourself? How about building relationships with others without trying to predict whether this is the one? Healthy long-term relationships are built on a foundation of friendship, respect, and mutual appreciation. Sometimes we start with a fiery attraction and then build the friendship over time. Other times, we build the friendship and it grows deep and turns into attraction. It’s tempting to pull up the daisies to see how the roots are doing, so keep nurturing relationships and showing up as your awesome self!

Adam Moore

Podcaster of “Pocket Therapist”
IG @dradammoore

Mutual Expert Panel
Mutual | + posts

The Mutual Expert Panel is made up of counselors, therapists, dating coaches, and others with a professional understanding of dating, love, and relationships.

Liv Talley
LDS Dating Coach & Expert at The Sealed Deal | + posts

Liv Talley is an LDS dating and relationship coach, lifestyle mentor, and published author of the book: Sorry, You’re Not Perfect. She has helped singles find love, get married in the temple, and build exceptionally blessed lives through in-depth mindset coaching and personal acceptance/self-compassion.

Geoff Steurer
MS, LMFT, and Author | + posts

Geoff Steurer is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in St. George, UT. He is the host of the podcast “From Crisis to Connection” and helps couples reconnect after broken trust. He also specializes in helping couples build strong and intimate relationships in any stage of their relationship. He has been married for over 26 years to his wife, Jody, and they are the parents of four children.


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