Why do I fall for blind dates? Have you ever had a blind date? Here’s a new post about my recent experience on a blind date.
I’ve been noticing a lot of laziness in the dating world, both from men and women. Everyone says they’re looking for find someone, but when it’s time to push our limits, we often retreat or rely on the easy way. What do you think?
Why do people still ghost? Many people thought it was a phenomena that would stop, but it’s a communication pattern that still exists and creates doubt and anger. What do you do when you’re ghosted?
I LOVE this post by guest blogger, Brita. She’s an incredible writer and offers amazing insight to the world of dating while working at a bar. Note to men: don’t do this anymore.
How are men and women communicating in 2017? My clients and I have experienced a certain passivity and vagueness coming from men. Read more here!
“You don’t know my boyfriend.”
“He’d never do that.”
The doubt in your stomach is a tell. But you ignore it. Nobody could be so insensitive, especially your significant other, whom you’ve known forever. He assured you you were the ONE. Then how are these delusions even possible?
The peacocking, mansplaining man…We all know him from his flashy outfits and attention-seeking behavior.
I would nearly breakup with him because things were just smooth enough to be acceptable, but not good enough to be great.
“There are only the pursued, the pursuing, the busy, and the tired.” -F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby It all started around three years ago when I was at a sporting event with good friends. I didn’t have VIP seats to watch the game, but one person passed me his ticket so I could watch with the […]
The real trouble with ghosting is that it usually makes the recipient doubt and question him or herself. We want to be liked and considered, so when we’re ghosted, we wonder what we did wrong.