Kathryn Alice claims to have helped 100,000 people find love. Where's the hard evidence?
Kathryn Alice, author of Love Will Find You, claims on her website to have helped 100,000 people find love. Numbers speak volumes, but can Alice provide proof of her results?
Between her books, teleseminars, and numerous products, Alice has made a business of selling her soulmate attraction program. Her prices are competitive and she has brought her method to many locations at a reasonable rate to make it accessible.
Do you get texts from a guy you like, but things aren't progressing? Here's what's really happening
As a dating coach for women, I get loads of emails from women who are confused by the mixed signals men send, especially about texting. For example, you meet a guy online who wants to text all day and night, but he never asks to meet you. Or maybe you've had one date with a guy that went really well. Then he resorts to texting, but hasn’t asks you out again. What’s up with that?
Seven ways to meet the love of your life at Wal-Mart, of all places.
Psychology Today conducted a study on love-at-first-sight. Believe it or not, Wal-Mart topped the list of places where people encounter irresistible strangers. The study was based on "missed connection" notices posted on Craigslist. So, how can you take advantage of this trend? Here is a list of seven dating tips to make yourself more approachable and increase your chances of interacting with men at major retail stores.
The author explained that she and her girlfriends often share every little detail about dating, but fail to share the most intimate detail — the man's name. For these women, not revealing the man's real name worked like a hedge against potential heartbreak and the possibility that he might "ghost," as they called it, or disappear quickly.