Here is a smattering of tips from my latest book, "Dating DeMistyfied, 101 Online Dating Tips." I've left out much of "the meat and potatoes," but left in enough content for you to get an indication of what you will learn from this book. This book was written from 10 years of Internet dating experience, thousands of interviews with both men and women and research garnered from our last five to six Dating DeMistyfied Workshops.
Yes, I’m talking about the C-word today. A lot of people cringe when they hear this word. Some actually get a gut reaction and run away when it’s mentioned. But it has to be addressed- or you’ll NEVER find your true love and live your best life. The C-word I’m talking about is Commitment.
If you are dating someone who has a strong preference for textual communication, you know how frustrating it can be when all you want to do is hear his voice on the other end of the phone. Thankfully, YourTango Experts is here to help.
Here are three ways you can honor your beauty this Mother's Day.
If you are getting ready to go on a first date, or have already had a few that have been a bit of a disaster; you need to know some great first date advice. The time women take to prepare for their first dates, either takes several nerve-wracking days, a few hours before that first date, or minutes before without a second thought.
by Julie Robinson Those happy couples always get me. This is especially true when I’m working retail and the giddy beyond fucking belief duos wander in together holding hands. The difference this time was that I recognized her. Sometimes this who-has-a-memory-like-that gift is a curse (like when I recognize students from years ago when they are completely inebriated) but in this case it was a gift.
Thinking about leaving the Big Kahuna behind? Had enough of his crap? You can’t deal with all his inconsistencies? He’s too weak … he’s too bossy … he’s too mellow … he’s too macho … he’s not focused enough … he’s not cool enough … he drinks too much … he cheats … he smokes … whatever. You’ve just had enough and now you need to know how to break up with your boyfriend.
Do YOU have all the tools you need in hand or within your reach to magnetize your soulmate or achieve any other goal, but are just getting nowhere, wearing yourself out and dating the same person over and over in a different body? Keep reading… The first step to making it easier is to set your steering wheel gently in the right direction. What do I mean by that?
Setting healthy boundaries is the most important skill you need to have successful relationships. However, for many women, this can be very challenging. If you are someone who finds it hard to say "no," boundaries will be particularly difficult to stick to. Here's how to set healthy boundaries in dating relationships.
Let's begin with a personal story. I'm in the healthiest relationship of my life, with the most amazing guy who treats me like gold. I love everything about him, but it hasn't always been like this. I, ever so sweetly of course, love to remind him of our first online date, when we'd had such a wonderful time and connected on so many levels, and he promised he'd call...said he couldn't wait to see me again, yada yada.
BIG LOVE. The LOVE of a lifetime. The kind of love that’ll make your sunny days brighter and will make your gray days warmer- forever. I wish that for you. I WANT that for you. I wouldn’t be spending hours and hours and days and days- writing these articles, writing my book, doing our Love Breakthrough Telecourse and Love Breakthrough Weekend Program workshops if I didn’
by Julie Robinson While it’s entirely true that I’m still learning how to date successfully, and I do make some doozy mistakes all of the time, I also realize that I am making headway on the dating front. I am going on a third date with a guy I met online tonight. There’s another cutie I’m talking to just about every day. And, I’ve morphed into a solid fun friend with another guy I met recently.
Personal accountability? What is that and how do you find love using it? It's easy. First, you must pick up your copy of the book QBQ! "The Question Behind The Question" written by John G.Miller to help you understand what personal accountability is. Then apply the tips, as it relates to relationships.
So, you met someone online, you really hit it off, and now you want to take things to the next level ... adding him as a friend on Facebook. The question is, how soon is too soon? Fortunately, Dating Coach and YourTango Expert Annie Gleason has just the advice you need about when to add your online love as a Facebook friend.
Do these thoughts come up for you (or some version of them)? - I should lose weight and have a perfectly fit and toned body before I attract my beloved into my life. - I should be more financially stable or have a certain level of income before I manifest my soulmate - I should just have myself more together before he shows up.
Here it is! I have found it. Or rather I have re-discovered it. The secret, the #1 key to attracting anything you desire, including your soulmate. If you are reading this, you are here for a reason. I believe that everything happens for a reason and that there’s a divine plan to it all- even if we in our human-ness can’t/don’t/won’t see it.