Archive for the ‘dating’ Category
As I was doing my daily walk today, I was thinking about you. Yes, I’m always thinking about my readers, my clients, and potential clients.
I was thinking about how difficult it is to make the changes that you (and I) say you want. I know for a fact that most diets DO work. What doesn’t work for too many people is keeping the motivation going to meet your weight loss goals. Read the rest of this entry »
Too often people seek a relationship coach to help them fix their spouse and are disappointed or even angry when the coach suggests that the only person whose behavior they can control is their own. Read the rest of this entry »
Jealousy is a normal, human reaction to experiencing someone else getting attention that we hoped was directed only toward us. Siblings experience jealousy when their mother spends more time with or gives more attention to a brother or sister. Children experience jealousy when one child is singled out in school or a social setting to receive attention the others were hoping for. Read the rest of this entry »
If you think dating is easy and fun, you are right. If you think dating is hard and painstaking, you are right. How can this be? What do these two contradictory sentences have in common? Two things: you and your thoughts. You are the creator Read the rest of this entry »
Many single women I have worked with have been frustrated with their lack of dating success. One thing I have heard them say leaves me shaking my head in confusion. They tell me that they value their independence and they fear losing their personality to a man. Read the rest of this entry »
I never thought I would be one of those people who said, “Unless you have been through it, you don’t understand it.” Yet, here I am, saying this very thing. As a member of the young widowed club, a club everyone who stays with their love “till death do us part” will eventually, though unwillingly, join, I am always appreciative when people express their condolences, even though it has been over three years since my late husband died. Read the rest of this entry »
Do you dread first dates? Do you get the “first date” jitters? Do you wish you could make them easier?
This webinar focuses on developing a plan to turn first dates from dreadful encounters to exciting and easy adventures! Read the rest of this entry »
You’ve been told that first dates should be quick, preferably under 30 minutes, so you’ve agreed to give it a shot. You’re sipping your Starbucks coffee and making conversation with a fairly attractive man you agreed to meet for a coffee date.
What’s going on in your head while you make small talk with this guy you said “yes” to meeting for Read the rest of this entry »
I have worked with too many singles who are so eager to be in a relationship that they do not take the time to understand what it takes to make a relationship last. Even worse, it pains me to hear my own friends say, “I just want to be in the middle of the relationship; I don’t want to wait.” Then they proceed to tell me, often with a sad expression, how they have met a man and have already begun a Read the rest of this entry »
Is your dating life complicated? Do you push away good men when they show the first sign of doing something less than perfect? Do you wonder why you cannot find any men of quality to date? The answer may be closer than you think.
When I was in my 20′s and dating, I thought all I needed to do was to dress sexy and find an attractive Read the rest of this entry »