I wrote this profile for a client about a year ago. What’s interesting is that I really loved it but she didn’t use it. I don’t know for certain why, but I think it described her to a tee and it might have felt too revealing for her at the time. When we spoke tonight, she told me that she was back on Match.com and asked if I still had the profile. This time she loved it and said that she’s ready to put it up.
There is no feeling on earth quite as amazing as the feeling of being in love. There is a surge of endorphins and dopamine pumping through your veins giving you the feeling of being on cloud nine. There is a drop in serotonin which causes you to obsessively think about your beloved and the release of oxytocin and vasopressin causes you feel as if there is nothing you will not do to make the object of your affection happy. You are literally drunk on love, however, no matter how intoxicating the experience of falling in love is, you must keep your wits about you and not commit the common 4 m
Are you really ready to make room for love in your life? Many single men and women say they desire love and romance, yet secretly they harbor fears of how a relationship may alter their comfortable routines. It is this fear of change that sabotages many budding relationships, as you think to yourself -- I love my life the way it is. Why change it? Are you so cozy in your life that you won't make room for love? Do you think that a potential love match will expect you to change to fit into their lifestyle?
If your potential romances seem to fizzle out without an apparent reason, you may be stuck in dead-end dating habits without knowing it. Find out how one dating coach used her Harvard Business School savvy to develop a bold dating strategy that could transform your dead-end dating habits. What is this bold dating strategy? Bestselling author and Harvard MBA, Rachel Greenwald, recommended that you do a dating exit interview of your ex-dates to get feedback on what went wrong or right so that you can improve your interactions with future dates.
In online dating, making a good first impression is key. People can easily pass over your profile with the blink of an eye if they don't immediately see something they like. A recent study actually confirmed that men are extremely visual, looking mostly at the photos and less at the profile, making it even more important for women to choose wisely.
My clients feel more empowered and in control of the dating process. They are making connections more easily and forming successful romantic relationships. So, before you spend any more money and time on going to more single events, internet dating and dating services, it is best to get some professional guidance and get your dating radar readjusted. I'm like a chiropractor for your dating life!
Let's analyze your most recent first dates. Go ahead, take a plunge into your calendar these past twelve months and make a list, rating each on a 1-5 scale, with one being milquetoast and five being magical. We're doing some research here to determine the answer to the question: how good of a date are you?
Kim Kardashian, you need some major help in the dating department!
Caught ya! On a quick break at work perusing dating profiles? Which ones catch your eye? I know you’re just glancing at the pictures in the catalog, but don’t the Headlines make you want to Click? Now imagine you’re the guy on the other end of the mouse - you know - the hot one you were just peeking at. You’ve only got a couple of seconds to make a lasting impression. Why waste those few seconds being boring? Think about this, dear friends - When you scan the profiles over your rare coffee break - which ones grab your 7 1/2 spare minutes?
You've been single for a while now, focusing on yourself and the things that make you happy. You've reached the point where you're ready to get back into the field of dating again, but where do you start? Can you make the first move on a guy you like? Are you ready to just jump into a committed relationship? Ah!
For many singles, the New Year signifies a new beginning with hopes, excitement and the anticipation of the relationship they have always dreamed of having but with the same limited understanding of how to attract it. Here are five sure fire ways for the dating single to attract love into their life in 30 days!
Are you one of those girls who has the classic track record of dating a guy for years only to have him marry his next girlfriend within months? You're not alone. There are so many women who are scratching their heads right along side of you. You probably have a girlfriend who gets proposals all the time, and she perplexes you. You swear you're hotter than her, make more money than her, and you're definately more proactive about your love life...so what's the problem? As a matchmaker, I can spot the girls that men want to marry from a mile away. Don't lose hope, though, because that girl can be you, with a different guy, and a brand new attitude. Here's some reasons why the ultimate committment may be eluding you.
It occurred to me one day that dating is one of the biggest adventures you could ever embark on. Think about it: You don’t have to fly 10,000 feet in the air, strap yourself to an all-too-perky instructor and his “trusty” parachute, and then jump out of a moving airplane to get an adrenaline rush. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)
If laughter is the best medicine, Mary Ellen was seriously overdosing. She had always had a habit of laughing when she was nervous, and first dates were nothing if not a hugely nerve-wracking experience. “I laughed too hard at their jokes, and I giggled inappropriately,” she recalls. On one date she’ll never forget, she laughed out loud when her date told her about his dog getting hit by a car. “I can’t explain it,” she winces.
You've heard about "the list". You've seen Patti Stanger tear them to pieces on her "Millionaire Matchmaker" show. You've also heard your girlfriends go on and on about all of the qualities they're looking for in a man. As a matchmaker with a free database for my women to join, I see them coming through often enough.
Be honest: if a grown woman has wild sex with numerous lovers after divorce, do you think she'll have difficulty being faithful in her next serious relationship? In other words, do you think women can't control their sexuality once it's uncaged?