Why Married Men Adore You (Yet You're Not Getting Dates)

I've had three clients this week tell me how they tend to be buddies with men and gets no dates. It goes something like this:1. She talks to a lot of men and they seem to like her; but none ask her out.2. While she doesn't connect with single men, the married and attached men adore her. In fact, they tell her they can't figure out why she hasn't met a fantastic man yet....more

Four Ways to Flirt with Flair and Class

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Ten Tips to Kick-Start Positive Change

 All right, ladies. I trust we all got through Valentine’s Day, right? But let's make this your last February fourteenth when you don’t have a fab date! To do that, you’re going to have to make some changes. Put simply, stagnation is never good. When you refuse to change or embrace new challenges, you’re not going to get any of the good stuff that comes with opening yourself up to new experiences. ...more

nice simple tips, i'll keep it in mindmore

Valentine's Day: Make It All about YOU!

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8 Ways to Prevent Turning to Mush around Single Men

I've heard the same thing from so many women this week that I had to ask you if this sounds familiar: "I'm generally a very friendly, confident gal...unless I'm in the company of a single man—especially one I'm attracted to. In that case I turn into mush."Why is it that when we meet or date attractive guys—even at 40, 50 or 60—we can become an Alien Woman from Planet WTF? ...more

Dating Over 40: Why He's Not Asking You Out (Part 2)

Continuing from yesterday, it's important to make yourself memorable when you are dating. There are tons of women out there; you want to be the one he wants to know.When you follow this advice and get your story out in the right way, the guys who are good matches will take notice. They are getting to know you (sometimes) in one conversation…so make it count!   1. Get out that shiny stuff....more
This advice works well for the online dating scene as well as in real life!more

Picking up the pieces. . . Where is the glue?

And so, on that cold Winter Solstice morning I packed up a few of my prized possessions and loaded my dog into my little car and left my big, fancy house for the last time.  I drove off to spend the next few weeks and the holidays with my family.  It a new beginning, putting the pieces of my life back together.  The house was for sale and I planned to stay with friends after the holidays. It started with what seemed to be an innocent e-mail from my husband and then a series of events unfolded that brought about major life changes I wasn’t quit...more

Well Said Franki. Thanks for the kind words!more