Dating Deal Breakers. What a topic! We’ve all got them, haven’t we? I know I sure do! In researching this post I thought a lot about what sorts of things that are stop signs for me in dating.
When I sat down to write my book, Always Talk to Strangers: Three Simple Steps to Finding the Love of Your Life, I had one thing in mind—to get men and women back on the same page when it came to meeting each other. As a dating agent who actually works with men and women on a daily basis, as opposed the inexperienced authors of chick lit that have become bestsellers, nothing frustrates me more than hearing women talk about the mind games they think they must play to get a man’s attention. Women, let this article serve as a wakeup call.
Online dating has exploded in the last few years. It’s no longer considered a mad thing to do when you sign up to find love online. In fact it’s an old stigma is fast disappearing. With the increase of online dating sites has come the increase in articles on what you should do when online dating. They are full of how to take the best online dating profile picture to writing the perfect man capturing profile. So we thought today we’d turn things a little on their heads and tell you about the things not to write on your online dating profile.
The following 5 dirty talking tips will help you to turn your man on, build sexual tension, massage his ego and keep him thinking about you. Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to say anything that weird or 'out there' when talking dirty to have the desired effect.
Hi ladies! If you’ve been on an online dating site for a while and have yet to find that special someone or you’ve just joined then this is for you. We’re going to give you the scoop on what works and what doesn’t. We want to show you how to make your profile as attractive as you can to the widest selection of men possible. That way it’s within your power to choose who you want to date.
All of our issues come up in our relationships — our fears of domination, rejection, abandonment, of being wrong, embarrassed or humiliated. Relationships bring up our deepest fears of loss of self and loss of other, which triggers our deep learned protections — anger, judgment, withdrawal, resistance, and compliance.
Below are just a few of the most desired traits that men look for in the women they want to be with for life.
When I was a kid back in the 60s I was pretty shy, quiet and reserved [not much has changed ☺] and kept pretty much to myself. On Tuesdays in the summertime, I would go with my Dad to the bank to deposit his paycheck. On the drive to the bank we would always pass by a bike shop and to a kid that was like the new car dealer where you could not wait to see all the new ‘rides’. My Dad would have occasion now and again to stop and visit the service department while I happily killed time in the showroom, imagining what it would be like to be the first in the neig
How many times have you felt blamed by your partner for something that you felt really had nothing to do with you? And how many times have you responded with anger toward the person who triggered you emotionally? While this is normal human behavior, it leads to a loss of trust and intimacy that, over time leads to couples growing apart as they build "protective shields" around their hearts to block the pain of personal attack. There's only so many of these kinds of incidents a person can take before they start to emotionally leave the relationship.