Men and women have different empathic needs of their partners. It is not uncommon to hear women complaining about their partner’s inability to listen closely to them. Likewise, many men are uncomfortable sharing their vulnerabilities, something women can help them to do. Do the following complaints sound familiar to you?
First there were the matchmakers. In the 20th century they were replaced by the telephone, a device that allowed suitors to easily schedule dates. The past decade saw the return of the matchmaker, but this time it was an invisible algorithm on a website. Online dating means people have more potential dates. And now, so soon after the last revolution, there is something that has changed dating as we know it once again…
As important as communication is, without connection – touching, sensing, and giving what you have learned your partner needs – a relationship is less likely to be sustainable. Here are 7 ways to keep that connection strong!
We are all guilty; we hold on to old, tattered, dated and faded outfits we love with the hopes of pulling them out for one more magical occasion where they could be relevant again. Let’s get rid of the old, so you can make way for some new pieces that feel great, fit great, and show the most confident you NOW.
Meeting someone online leads to courtships that are thousands of dollars cheaper than meeting and wooing somebody the traditional way…
Earlier this month, Wired magazine published “How to Create the Perfect Online Dating Profile, in 25 Infographics,” a large-scale statistical study…
On two separate occasions in the last week or so, a male client in DC and a female client in NY called me to ask very similar questions: “What should I do if I saw that the person I’m dating is still active online?”
How can you surpass those first weeks or months when you’re in the beginning of a relationship? What are the right attitudes to have from the start in order to build a solid basis for your relationship? Read on to discover two key elements needed to fall madly in love!
While Valentine’s Day isn’t exactly a Jewish holiday, it’s still tough to resist the allure of candy hearts, chocolate and romantic candlelit dinners! If you’ve found a cute new JDater® and are looking to spend VDay cuddled up while watching a movie, here are five film picks for you and your Jewish Valentine.
The dating process often brings up fear, anger, grief, pride, and even shame. This is normal, but living in these emotional states makes it easy to attract someone who is living in fear, anger, or shame as well. And you don’t want that! Which emotional state are you in while dating? And is it negatively impacting your love life?