David M. Matthews (Other)
Are you irritated by how clueless your man is to your needs? Are you tired of telling your husband the same thing over and over again, only to have him ignore you? Are you perturbed by the fact that your boyfriend seems oblivious to even your most obvious feelings and moods? Do you want to pull your hair out every time you attempt to have a meaningful discussion with your male significant other? If you answered, “yes,” to even one of these questions, congratulations - you are not alone. In fact, you are one of millions of women dealing with the frustration of everyday life in a relationship with a man.
So what can you do about it? If you’re like most women, you talk to your female friends to get their opinions and feedback. They certainly understand what you’re going through and empathize with your situation. And their supportive words are very comforting. They may even offer helpful suggestions of what you can do to improve your relationship. Unfortunately, following their advice often proves ineffective, or worse, exacerbates an already-uncomfortable situation. Why? Because no matter how well-intentioned their guidance may be; no matter how many relationships they have had; no matter how much of an expert they are on how women, think, feel, and behave - they are still women – and therefore justifiably limited in their complete understanding of men (in the same way that men are significantly lacking in their working knowledge of women). Truly, this expertise about guys is best acquired directly from the most authoritative source on all things male – a man. After all, nobody can give you the inside story on what makes guys tick better than someone who lives in that world 24/7.
The problem is, you need to be sure the male advice you’re getting is valid, expert, and agenda-free (not meant to simply entice you into having sex with the “helpful” advisor). And that’s where I come in. My name is David M. Matthews, and I am an expert on men and the things they say and do. I write a popular relationship advice column, privately coach women on dating, sex and relationships, and authored the book, Every Man Sees You Naked: An Insider's Guide to How Men Think. Most importantly, however, it is my mission to help women better understand the men in their life, and significantly improve their relationships. And to prove it, I’ll start by offering you a free report on The 3 Things Men Are REALLY Looking For In A Relationship.
The Reason I Became A Helping Professional
As long as I can remember, female friends, relatives and even strangers I met in line at Target, would solicit my advice on relationship matters. More often than not, they were confused, frustrated and utterly baffled by how men behaved. Thus I found myself regularly giving impromptu tutorials on “how men think” and “why they act the way they do.” And when I ventured into the “entertainment biz” as a writer, producer and composer (“The Young and the Restless, “Mad About You,” “Living Single,” “Half & Half”), I found the women in this field were similarly perplexed and annoyed at the seemingly bizarre way their men’s minds worked. Regardless of their accomplishments or celebrity status, men remained fundamentally inscrutable and perplexing. It was as a result of this universal angst and bewilderment (and a little prodding from my wife) that I set out to set the record straight by writing Every Man Sees You Naked: An Insider’s Guide to How Men Think. If after reading it you have additional questions and would like to set up a relationship coaching session, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David M. Matthews
David M. Matthews
Between $81-120 per session