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Sarah was struggling with the breakup of her and her boyfriend who had decided, after three years of dating, that he wasn't ready to make a long-term commitment.
Recently, Sarah had met a man who was very interested in exploring a relationship with her, but she didn't feel that attracted to him. Either they were commitment phobics or they just weren't what she was looking for.
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About Andrea Passman Candell: Andrea received her M. in Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies and her B. She is the founder of hiscoldfeet.com, the official website, first of its kind, for women in "pre-engagement limbo." Andrea has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Herald, on CBS Television and other media broadcasts.
She was a counselor for Victims Information Bureau where she counseled victims of rape, sexual assault, and spouse abuse.