Sometimes, we push really great people away without even realizing it. You may think you’re helping yourself, or even helping your match, but they don’t see it that way. To help you learn to open yourself up to love, here are 7 ways we unknowingly push people away.
If a little harmless summertime flirting has landed you in a summer fling, and you’ve suddenly found yourself crazy-in-love with someone you initially thought would be a “simple summer romance,” then here’s how to turn your breezy fling into something that can endure.
28% of my client base, which includes both men and women, are 50 or older, and, while many aspects of dating are the same at any age (the nerves, the anticipation, the awkwardness), some things are unique to this age demographic.
Being a great dater isn’t about impressing your date. It’s about having fun. If you’re enjoying yourself, then you’ll be a great date. Here are ten tips to help you have more fun on dates!
A new study published in the journal Psychological Science suggests that when viewing photos, people have drastically different reactions to slight changes in the facial expressions shown.
Social media has added a whole new dimension to the lovescape. Dating sites may have prepared us to have some online information about dating prospects, but social media has made our date’s lives an open book… as a psychologist who specializes in dating, I’ve seen how this can complicate things.
Seriously, your pics with a tiger aren’t fooling anyone. Grab a camera and some decent lighting, and just take a normal picture.
Love empowerment is about visualizing your perfect match and taking full personal responsibility for having the love you want. Here is a breakdown you can use as an action plan for drawing love into your life!
If you’ve ever sent (or received) an email that simply says, “Hey, what’s up sexy?” — then you know the outcome: crickets. Here are five creative ways to get women to respond to your email!
Love is all about authenticity, so it may seem a bit contradictory to be talking about mystery as an asset in relationships. However, I’ve found that mystery is vital in any relationship… and it can be linked to authenticity.