Articles tagged with: Erika Ettin
Many people have no idea what to say in an initial online dating email to show someone that they have an interest in communicating and potentially meeting. For this reason, it’s best to give these potential suitors (or suitoresses?) one more thing to comment about. In other words, provide them with some “email bait.”
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?”
We all feel self-conscious about various things – our bodies, our intelligence level, our relationship history, our job, anything. However, the person often judging you isn’t your date… it’s you.
I’d like to provide some easy, tangible steps that will encourage you to meet the right fit for you, whether in December, January, or next June.
Every Thanksgiving, my family has a tradition (as I’m sure many others do) of taking turns saying what we’re thankful for each year.
Let’s say we’re in a room full of 100 people. We look around, and everyone seems fairly different, right? But before knowing a thing about anyone else, we are all basically the same… just people in a room together.
What does all of this have to do with dating? Some of us are jaded by the dating process, and some of us are feeling insecure about getting back out there. Some of us may feel like we lost a sense of ourselves in our last relationship, so we need to get back into the things we love to do… but what were they?
For most people on JDate, meeting someone Jewish is a top priority. However, let’s say you met someone in (gasp!) the real world – at a happy hour, the bowling alley, or outside while walking your dog. If you want to find out if your prospective new belle or beau is Jewish, here are a few funny ways to find out!
“I’m a lawyer. It’s true. But I promise I’m not the typical one!”
How many times have you seen a line like this in someone else’s profile? Perhaps you even have one like this in yours. Seemingly innocuous lines like these can actually be very off-putting for someone reading your profile…
I was at my college reunion this past weekend, reminiscing about how many hills we had to climb to get to class, how many hours we spent sleeping on the desk in the library (which my mom never seemed to understand), and how many pecan pies we stole from the dining hall (my answer: one). Ah… the good ol’ college days.