Since the 2016 election, people are putting politics first when it comes to attraction. A recent article in Quartz highlights that daters in increasing numbers are coming clean about their political beliefs. And also telling those who don't agree to move on. "Swipe left if you're a Trump . . .
I'm so pleased to announce the release of my new ebook, The Breakup Guide: Practical Advice for Letting Go and Moving On! It is exclusively available on Kindle in eBook format. This mini ebook came from struggles I've had with major transitions, including breakups, career changes, and moving from . . .
Ever since Tinder entered the online dating scene, replacing desktop browsing with its game-like swiping, people have been eager to check it out. In fact, online daters have tripled since 2013, because dating apps like Tinder became a thing. Now, it seems other dating apps are looking for the . . .
The New York Times Modern Love column is one of my favs. It offers a range of fascinating, nuanced stories of regular folks' journeys falling in and out of love. Stories that are messy, complicated, heartfelt, and emotional - much like dating itself. And one of the most popular essays ever published . . .
Breadcrumbing is a new term in dating, but the behavior has been around for a while. Like with ghosting, if you’ve been dating for any period of time, chances are you’ve encountered someone who does it, or perhaps you do it yourself. Breadcrumbing is a tactic of leading someone on through . . .
Who can deny that there's something inherently sexy about an artist? Let's be scientific about it for a sec. Studies have shown that a guy carrying a guitar is much more likely to get a date than a man without a musical prop. Why? Because many women find music - and musicians - sexy. But if you . . .