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Dysfunctional Dating Pattern #2: Falling for the Flame-Out

June 1, 2010


In a post last week, I discussed the first Dysfunctional Dating Pattern-Rescuing the Deeply Wounded Man. The next day, Jesse James, Sandra Bullock’s ex-husband, gave an interview to Nightline about his divorce. He claimed his abusive childhood caused him to cheat on his wife. What a completely pathetic excuse for infidelity! Thank you, Mr. James, […]

Dysfunctional Dating Pattern #1

May 24, 2010


Being in my line of work as a dating and relationship coach, I am privy to some of the most common dating disasters women make. Add to this not settling down until I was in my 30’s and you can just imagine the amount of  material I have on this subject. One of the first […]

Five Ways to Meet Quality Men (and NO, the club is not one of them)

May 6, 2010


The other day a friend of mine was gushing about a guy who finally asked her out. She is beyond elated-she’s had a crush on this guy forever. As she started describing how she was picturing her wedding, I stopped her mid-sentence and said what I say to all the women I love who are […]

Dating Program of Three: Potential Suitor Checklist

May 4, 2010


In my last post I talked about the three questions one needs to ask when one is deciding whether or not a potential suitor can make it into the Dating Program of Three. I promised you a more elaborate checklist to help you answer each of those three questions. Here’s how to use the checklist: […]

Dating Program of Three: Being Selective

May 3, 2010


Last week, I wrote a little bit about the Dating Program of Three and why I think it’s such an effective way to approach dating. (You can find that entry here). You may find yourself wondering Now What? *If you are NOT wondering now what, if you are instead thinking-I can’t even find ONE guy […]

The Dating Program of Three

April 26, 2010


As part of my ongoing dating and relationship research, I have recently purchased Diana Kirschner’s book Love in 90 Days. First let me say that I do not agree with every piece of advice that Dr. Kirschner presents in this book. However, there is something to which Dr. Kirschner advises single women to do that I […]

8 steps for dealing with rejection

April 12, 2010


So you put yourself out there. You put your precious, vulnerable self out into the world in a big way.  Perhaps you were feeling brave. You were feeling confident. You were feeling like it was time to unveil your heart. You were scared but you did it anyway. And then, it all came crashing down […]