Posts in Dating Advice
Your Complete Guide To Valentine's Day 2019

Learn how to plan Valentine’s Day whether it’s your first date or you’re a couple, including creative date and gift ideas, and use it to grow in your relationship every day of the year.

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How Tim Ferriss Hacked His Dating Life

Tim Ferriss is a leading expert in accelerated learning. Newsweek named him “the world’s best guinea pig” and the NY Times called him a “cross between Jack Welch and and a Buddhist monk.” Now he’s determined to master dating.

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Most Important Relationship Factors For Men

Matchmaker Leslie Wardman has interviewed more than 3,000 men in her 17 year career, and always asks one specific question, “What are three characteristics that are important to you in a match?”

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Rejection Is A Good Thing – Here’s Why

We were taught from an early age to make friends, to be likable, and to be nice toward others and accept them as they are. What we are not taught, however, is that we won’t be accepted by everyone, and we will not accept everyone, and we will not become friends with everyone. 

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How To Master Dating With Self-Confidence

Self-confidence is a squirrelly bedfellow. We all want it, we’re desperate for it. In America, we tend to worship self-confidence. In fact, I’ll go one step further - most of us in the Western world believe that high self-confidence is an actual birthright. Dare to admit your low self-confidence issues and watch as people have a shaming field day with you, no doubt plummeting your self-confidence even further.  

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"Hell Yes Or No"

The dating world is a continually unfolding set of possibilities and opportunities. You have the ability to meet new singles on a never-ending basis. However, when you meet someone worth pursuing, will you do just that? Will you make a choice to pursue this one person and exit the dating pool?

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7 Signs You're Dating The Wrong Person

“If you’re always with Mr. Wrong, you’ll never meet Mr. Right,” a friend once advised me after draping my relationship malaise all over her. Rather than letting this cliche breeze past me, I pondered it. I realized there was more to it than just if you’re with person A, you can’t meet person B. It meant you must free yourself of the emotional angst tied to the wrong person in order to be emotionally prepared to meet the right person.

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Dating Without A Mask

Dating in our teens and 20s was challenging. Dating in our middle adult years, with significant ex’s, children, pets, mortgages, careers, and a boatload of emotional, physical and perhaps even financial baggage may seem impossible. I’ve single parented my son since he was very young, and didn’t have much time to date amidst parenting, working, continuing my education, doing dishes, mowing the lawn, and attending a sundry of various kid-related activities. So when my son left for college, I decided that there was no better time to start dating again.

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The Power Of Vulnerability

I believe that one of the most painful and life-impacting core human emotions is shame. Shame is a powerful universal emotion that often emerges when we feel deeply vulnerable about something, and believe that others have the power to judge us, and ultimately reject us. Shame tells us that we’re not good enough, that we’re unworthy, that we’re damaged goods. Shame elicits feelings of embarrassment, and often, a profound sense of humiliation that makes us want to either fight, or flee. 

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