This dating coach says the best way to find your true match is to open your definition of the word "soulmate."
While many of us have at least some sort of social networking presence—whether on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or a personal blog—most of us stay connected through our cell phones. While the miracles of technology are many (for one, it allows us to stay in touch with our friends and families long-distance), our phones and Facebook profiles can cause some serious dating drama.
Get ready for the book launch of Get the Guy by Matthew Hussey! If you are serious about getting hitched this year then pay attention to the wisdom of the real life Hitch! For those of you who aren't sure if this is a workshop for you, here is an excerpt from his new book to give you a glimpse into Hussey's famous attraction method.
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.
Most women over 30 just aren't that open to going out to meet men after they've been running errands all day or working 10 hours straight. We'd rather curl up with a good book or the dog.
You went on a first date with a guy that went really well, but then resorts to texting ... without asking you out again. What's up with that? While texting can be a lot of fun, you need to spend quality time with a new man to build a true relationship, as our expert explains.
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.
Whether you are of Irish decent or not, many American’s celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. If you are feeling Irish today, start thinking about how you can leverage the luck to turn your romantic life around. As a dating coach for women, I recommend jump starting this potentially powerful shift on the three heart-shaped leaves of a shamrock:
One of the questions I was most frequently asked after my divorce was, "Are you dating?" I'd shake my head and answer I was too busy with the kids, barely had enough time for myself let alone a date or that I wasn't ready. After a while, I knew all that wasn't true. The truth was I was scared. I'd been with my husband for twenty years, I had no clue how to start dating. I didn't enjoy dating the first time around and I didn't want to go through that again.
If you are frustrated with your online dating results, you may be making one of several, classic mistakes, so revising your profile could be the solution. When clients come to me as a dating coach asking for help with their profiles, these are the mistakes I tell them to watch out for.
As a dating coach for women, I am well aware of how Valentine’s Day brings out so many emotions, from ecstatic to miserable! Radio and TV talk show hosts bash the day as nothing more than another Hallmark Holiday. But that is not true. Valentine’s Day is not just consumerism at its best. This day is anchored in some serous history.
When a man whistles at you, how does that make you feel? According to the Daily Mail, an old-fashioned wolf whistle encourages 38 percent of women to stick to their diets and 54 percent of those asked admitted they loved receiving one. Clearly many women think it's flattering.
When people come to me for dating advice, what they really want to know is how to get married. A couple weeks ago, I attended the wedding of one of my funniest, feistiest, and most opinionated clients. I remember that we butted heads many times during in our six months of coaching. I don’t know if she ever fully embraced the concept of Naked Dating, but I hope something sank in.