Most people have the whole dating thing wrong.
In this day and age of ADD, fiber optic downloading, express lanes and overnight delivery, people seem to be in such a rush to get to the destination that they overlook the importance of the journey [...]
Two of my friends are dating guys who are, as far as I can tell, healthy individuals.
And by healthy I mean attentive, communicative, and available. For both of these women, dating a healthy guy is a 180-degree change from their previous relationships. [...]
Nationally renowned relationship expert, Fran Greene LCSW, is the author of The Secret Rules of Flirting. A self-described 24/7 flirt, Fran will show you that flirting is your passport to meeting new people, finding love and turning boring, [...]
Certified Professional Life Coach Amy Schoen specializes in helping marriage-minded people create lifelong relationships. She’ll be sharing her secrets to saving time and heartache when you are dating for marriage.
Top Secrets [...]
As the years go by and your dating roster grows longer, you begin to find patterns among men (and women, too, of course).
This is not to pigeonhole fifty percent of the population, but rather to make the whole dating process a lot more efficient [...]
I just realized I’ve been doing the relationship thing all wrong.
You see, lately I’ve been watching a lot of movies—good, bad and, quite frankly, ugly—and to quote Oscar Wilde, “Paradoxically though it may seem, it is none the less [...]
Recently I had drinks with a male friend.
We met at a local bar, he bought the first round and I bought the second, we chatted for a couple of hours, and then I left. When I recounted this to another male friend, he said, “So it was a date!”
Ever the adventurer, I recently stepped out of my comfort zone and signed up for a few online dating sites and apps.
Over the last few years, I’ve found that it’s become harder and harder to connect with people in the real world. Walk into [...]
Never before has the title of this blog been so fitting: Romantically Challenged.
What started as an amusing blog title has turned into an eerily accurate fortunetelling tool. I can’t get a date to save my life, but on the brighter side, I [...]
Last night a friend and I went to the quintessential Hollywood party: it was at a fabulous house in the Hollywood Hills with a pool and a view that was just begging to be on a postcard.
It was attended by attractive men and women in cocktail [...]
Today’s podcast guest is Ann Anderson Evans. After two divorces and twelve years single, Ann was ready to date again. Her first dance in twelve years was with a very nice transvestite, and the story went on from there, all the [...]
Linda F. Williams is a Certified Personal and Professional Life Coach, trained psychotherapist, behaviorist, relationship expert and motivational speaker. She founded Whose Apple Dynamic Coaching Services, and authored Whose Apple [...]
My time finding my main home in Santa Cruz is up. The living room has flooded. The over grown traffic has driven through my partnership with ocean-air! Winds usher me to another town. I will continue to offer sessions to clients [...]
Too often single women dating in midlife sabotage themselves and their relationships with behavior that is immature, unproductive or actually destructive.
Here are eight mistakes to avoid when dating, starting a relationship or moving ahead [...]
Relationship Coach, Midori Verity author of Secrets To A Kickass Marriage, provides practical, real life tips to re-energizing your relationship.
Tips To Re-Energize Your Relationship
How can a mid-life crisis be the best thing [...]
Before that loving Valentine’s Day momentum fades away, think of this season as a great time to focus on effective communication with your partner.
So regardless of what else is going on between the two of you, by keeping these essentials [...]
Mark Miller was a self proclaimed, veritable, virginal social and dating outcast that became a nationally syndicated dating columnist for the LA Times Syndicate, Huffington Post and countless other media, as well as a writer producer [...]
“If he really loves me, he’ll change.” How many times have you heard a woman in a new romantic relationship utter those words?
With that sentiment she creates an expectation that this new person in her life wants to and will change a part [...]
Dr. Kate Pola Brooks is the author of the upcoming book Sacred Relationships: Psychology for the Soul. Dr. Brooks is a Forensic Naturopathic Physician assisting people with physical rehabilitation as well as Quantum level Emotional [...]
Love Attraction Coach, Angela Wilkinson, combines her intuitive insights with over 10 years as a relationship therapist and transformational life coach to guide women through her powerful step-by-step Love Attraction system.
The Love SPARK program [...]
Have you ever awakened in the middle of the night to re-hash a conversation that happened yesterday, or even years ago? Ever stalked someone online, at work, or found yourself holed up in the trunk of a lover’s car so you could [...]
Rick Soetebier is the co-author of Dating Backward: A practical guide to dating and finding your soul mate. In this podcast, Rick helps listeners find dating success by going back to the basics of dating.
Finding Your Soul Mate
Relationships should be life enhancing and ever lasting.
That’s why if you are recently divorced, widowed or between relationships and are ready to start dating again, you should know what to anticipate and how to avoid the common relationship [...]
Toni Fox is the creator of DATE NITE BOX – the FIRST service ever to plan, book, box and deliver amazingly unique dates for couples, encouraging truly lasting and loving relationships. In this podcast, Toni discusses great [...]
What’s in a name, you may ask?
Well, Juliet (as in Romeo and) believes “that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” because names are a meaningless convention and it’s the person behind the name that counts.
Rosalind Sedacca is a Dating & Relationship Coach and co-author of 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Dating After 40, 50 & Yes, 60! She is co-creator of the Dating Rescue 10 Week eCourse and the Create Your Ideal Relationship [...]
Most couples can name several ways in which they’re opposites: neatness versus sloppiness; extroversion versus introversion; being high-strung versus laid-back preferring city versus country living, etc.
And I’m sure you have something [...]
Misha Granado MPH, MS, is the founder of and principal consultant for Love Grows: The Relationship Consultants, a boutique firm focused on helping people cultivate healthy relationships and author of It’s Your Season to B.L.O.O.M! [...]
Johanna Carroll is a spiritual counselor, author, TV and radio personality for over 30 years with an international following. Her fourth book, The Lost Art of Loving was inspired after she had two emergency heart surgeries in 2013. Her [...]
Delaine Moore felt the fear that comes with dating after divorce, but put herself back on the market anyway – and at the end of her first year of dating, wrote the memoir, The Secret Sex Life of a Single Mom. Not only has it [...]
Dr. Elsbeth Meuth and Freddy Zental Weaver are the co-authors of Sexual Enlightenment: How to Create Lasting Fulfillment in Life, Love and Intimacy. They have assisted more than ten thousand couples and singles in rekindling and [...]
Does this sound familiar? Your husband or boyfriend says he wants to make you happy but when there’s a problem, he seems oblivious.
When you ask for his input on a decision, he says, “It’s up to you” [...]
A little over a year ago I took a self-imposed exile from dating.
After years of binging on men, flirting, and relationships, I finally had an emotional hangover that just wouldn’t go away. At first I thought I would implode from loneliness [...]
The popular adage ‘how can you love another if you can’t love yourself’ used to annoy the crap out of me.
It sounded like something only a New Age/hemp-dress-wearing/Stuart Smalley impersonator would say, and not too convincingly, either.
The other day I was talking with a friend about the long string of boyfriends I’ve had, and how I keep going back to the same guy.
Not literally, of course. I’m not that addicted to pain. What I mean is, when one relationship fails, I go [...]