I had some strange experiences and not one of my first second matches led to a second date. Let me be honest, I have not done internet dating myself but I have walked through the dating process with many of my clients and I've learned plenty.
I am not a doctor but through my extensive experience in dating I have learned a lot about the male species. The good, the bad, and the downright dirty and wrong. Here are my tips of how to know when your boyfriend is cheating. 1. You stopped getting intimate. If your man isn't getting it from you (unless you are both extremely religious), he is getting it from somewhere else. Don't trust him if he consistently says he's tired or not in the mood.
With Valentines Day right around the corner, it's time our favorite single celebs start looking for the perfect date. We have some suggestions ...
Between movie premieres, concert tours, and red carpet events, who has time to find love?
When you're in love, the Valentine's season is just perfect. All those red hearts, the roses and the sickeningly sweet commercial messages seem to be written just for you. And when you're not in love, and you so wish you were -- all that red and pink just feels like a heavy, thick, syrupy wet blanket. Yes? Here's how to embrace Valentine's Day when your love life is just not happening at the moment....
Have you ever met a man who really didn't float your boat (visually) at first, but then after you spent some time together he became...adorable? As a professional matchmaker, http://www.CupidsCoach.com I've been asking this question to women for over twenty years, and 85% of the women I've surveyed say Yes to this question.
With the holidays upon us and it being a time when we get together with family and friends, I wanted to give you a way in which you can easily make other people's lives work and your own in the process. It is something that you might want to begin now and continue on a long-term basis, and that is to become a matchmaker.
By Rachel Greenwald | genConnect "How did you get such a fun job?" I'm frequently asked. Well, I'm 48 years old now, but not too long ago I graduated from Harvard Business School (okay, it was 19 years ago, but it feels like yesterday). I was on the business fast-track selling designer water to supermodels at Fashion Week in New York City.
Matchmaking is an old practice. On the frontier, because farms were far apart and it was hard to meet other eligible singles, families used dances to set up their children. In medieval times, Catholic clergymen and Jewish rabbis played Cupid within their communities. For centuries, European royalty consistently matched up their heirs-to-the-throne with heirs from other countries for diplomatic alliances. So this matchmaking business? It's not a new thing.
Lori is a mom, first and foremost. She never misses her 7 year old's AYSO soccer game or her 10 year old daughter's hip hop performances, she's sculpted her graphic design business around her kids' schedules, she's developed a babysitting co-op in her neighborhood so she can get to the gym, play tennis, and be with her gal pals.
Here’s a plan for my top pick singles party, called simply “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” I was invited to this kind of party in college and then repeated it later in life, with several variations. Always a huge hit, and anything but ordinary. Here’s how to:
There's truly never been a better time for single men and women looking for llife-long love. Why? Because professional matchmakers have all kinds of new resources, tools, and networking capabilities to target "niche" needles in haystacks for even the most challenging-to-match clients, especially those who are searching in special categories.
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!
The art of matchmaking has been around since at least the 1600s. In a society where everyone is being pressured to pair off, for some, matchmaking services seem like the best way to find love. I had neither met a matchmaker nor attended a matchmaking event until recently.
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.
On Sunday night's episode of Watch What Happen's Live, Bravo's live talk show hosted by Andy Cohen, Patti Stanger managed to offend pretty much everyone when answering called-in questions from fans of her show. In particular, she had choice words to say about gay men and smart women who are single and dating in New York