Indeed, I feel most at peace, most enamored with the world and people around me when I am most enamored with God.
In contrast, I feel most anxious when I find myself dipping into my desire for social status.
He reached a career high ranking of #33 in the summer of 2015.
Before turning pro, Coric was the world’s top-ranked junior and won the US Open boys singles title in 2013.
The "starvation model" says that opportunities for love and connection are rare, and anything you do that decreases your pool of dateable partners makes those opportunities even more rare. If you have a starvation model, that can make you desperate, needy, cynical, or pessimistic.
There are two fundamentally different ways to think about relationships.
Earlier this year, Coric won his first ATP title at the 2017 Grand Prix Hassan II after saving five match points in the final.
Old habits die hard – I still return, sometimes, to the old me, to the me that saw the world as a zero-sum game, that saw fame as man’s only, sick and twisted, motive.
But I’m grateful to God that that mentality no longer defines me, but that my salvation in Christ does.
He reached his first two finals last season and also notched his first win over Rafael Nadal at the 2016 Cincinnati Masters.
Last week in Madrid, Coric upset top-ranked Andy Murray (his second career win over the two-time Wimbledon champ) and is currently ranked 41st in the world.
The "abundance model" says that we live in a world of seven billion people, so no matter how unusual and exotic your tastes are, with seven billion people sharing a planet with you, there are more potential partners than you could ever date. Those are undesirable traits, so people will not be attracted to you, so guess what? Plus I prefer strong-willed, independent, sex-positive women who change the world around them. Even if only one percent of one percent of one percent of people is compatible with me, that's still seven thousand partners to choose from.