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Wednesday, 30 November 2016 12:25

Don’t Waste Your Best Asset in Dating

Don’t Waste Your Best Asset in Dating

Published in Let's Talk Dating
Thursday, 10 March 2016 09:15

Seven First Date Mistakes Men Can Avoid

Seven First Date Mistakes Men Can Avoid

Published in Let's Talk Dating
Thursday, 21 November 2013 09:18

Dating - Never Judge a Book by its Cover Alone

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Being a matchmaker has tremendous rewards…and challenges. Everybody has a story and I always feel honored when people share their intimate details and difficulties with me. All I want to do is help and inspire them. Then there are those who seem to have it all figured out. They’re the “I’ve got it covered” clientele. They seem to know a lot about their strengths and very little about their challenges or blind spots. They “don’t need any advice and know how to date”; they just need a little more “access” to the right people according to them. Which is partly true, I’m sure. However the part that amazes me the most is that they’re not interested in modifying anything about themselves or their approach to dating even though they’re striking out left and right. “I’m just fine the way I am – it’s them” essentially is what they’re expressing. This is when I quote Einstein’s definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over (and over!) again and expecting a different result.

Published in Let's Talk Dating
Wednesday, 14 August 2013 09:16

Dating - Be thankful for the hunters out there

 

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Men have always had to do much of the heavy lifting in the initial stages of dating. They’re the ones who have to approach women (except in LA) and open themselves up to rejection.

Published in Let's Talk Dating

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