Keeping your spirits bright during the holiday season when you’re single isn’t always easy. Whether you’re going through a recent breakup or have been single “forever”, not having a partner this time of year brings up feelings of loneliness and (possibly) even bitterness. It doesn’t help either when loved ones ask you questions like, “when […]
One of the biggest investment you can make is in improving your dating life. Yes, it’s an investment! Lots of time, energy, thoughts, feelings and money go into finding love. But, are you getting a positive return on your investment?
If you’ve ever tried online dating, I’m sure you’ve been “ghosted” at least once…maybe twice. Not sure what “ghosting” is? It’s when someone cuts all ties of communication with the person they’ve been dating (or chatting online) without any explanation. Cold turkey. Why would anyone do that?
Looking for actual places to meet someone in “real life”? Hey, I get it. With the takeover of online dating, you’d be convinced that the only place to meet anyone worthwhile is on some “big dating site dot com”. Not only that, it’s perfectly normal (…and encouraged) to get out to meet and mingle with […]
Dating, like most things, has its own rhythm, or natural speed of progression. When you’ve got two people coming together with different outlooks on life, different agendas, different personalities, and pretty much different everything, you can’t rush how fast things will take off. And the worst thing you can do is force it. If you’ve […]
Have you ever went out on a date, had no intentions of seeing the person again once it was over…but they didn’t get the memo? Instead, they think there’s something more, and you don’t know how to tell them that it’s not. I know…awkward. That’s a sticky situation to be in because… You don’t want […]
How many times have you been on a date, told your friends about it and they immediately laid out the “ground rules” for you? They may have said something like, “Don’t call him first,” or, “If 48 hours pass and you don’t hear back, send a text and say hi,” or any other nonsense like […]
My mother-in-law was diagnosed with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) two years ago. You hear the stories of how people live with CHF for years with the right type of medications; however, that wasn’t the case for her. Unfortunately, she was born with congenital heart disease that was never diagnosed. Shortly, after my husband retired from […]
If you’ve ever had your heart broken before, and want to know how to open up again, I want to say congratulations. At least you haven’t given up. While I don’t have a simple 3 step process on how to do it, I do have one concept that I suggest you start using…