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The Real Reason We’re Fixaholics: A Conversation with Leslie Carr


I absolutely love this conversation with Leslie. In the comments below, let me know:

1. When have you changed or wanted to change something about yourself just to be appealing to a possible romantic partner?

I bet you’ve done this without even realizing it. I know I have!

2. Have you ever experienced success and felt alone or judged by the women in your life? What did you do to keep moving forward?

Let’s have a conversation in the comments!



Leslie’s book: When Change Takes Time


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4 responses to “The Real Reason We’re Fixaholics: A Conversation with Leslie Carr”

  1. Michelle says:

    I think we’re all guilty at some point of wanting to change something about ourselves for approval. I know I’ve put on nicer clothes and did my makeup and hair just in case I would meet someone on a night out.

    I’ve definitely felt judged by women in my life for looking for new career opportunities. This is did not stop me, though. I was looking to move forward in my career for me and not anyone else. I chose to follow my desires instead of listening to other people’s fears.

    Thank you for this interview. Women are very competitive. I used to think about it from an evolution standpoint, but obviously being marriable goes along with this concept. A desire to be marriable definitely explains why women are competitive socially. This is deep. I love it!

  2. Karie says:

    I’m so glad you liked the interview. Leslie is such a smarty pants and I swear I never looked at the desire to change and competition among women that way. Thanks for sharing your experience around this. You’re the best!! xoxo

  3. Stephanie says:

    Great interview! And Karie, you are a great interviewer!! :)

  4. Karie Hill says:

    Thanks, Stephanie! I’m glad you liked it (and thanks for the compliment. I def enjoy interviewing someone vs doing a vid by myself). xo

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