What Steve Jobs taught me about Dating

He taught me that Less is More.......more

Being Productive vs. Quality Time

You may recall that one week ago I wrote a post where I was kind of completely freaking out about our wedding registry. We had finally made it to Bed Bath and Beyond on a Wednesday evening only to be told that their computers were down and essentially, we would have to come back another time (insert your favorite four letter words). We had decided we would go back the following Wednesday, last night, to register once and for all! Well, last night came around and we mutually decided that the registry could wait....more

Don't You Wish Your Girlfriend Was Just Like That Other Chick Across the Bar?

I recently read a blog here --  http://www.rockanddrool.com/ that was an open letter to husbands about looking at other women.  Which got that internal dialog going in me, or perhaps it was just voice hallucinations from my psychosis setting in.  Either way, whoever was in my head, it was pretty interesting.According to this blog, apparently I'm not the only woman to have experienced a lifetime of men commenting on other women to a woman supposedly important to them.  I have one question:Why?...more
Ha! Madge! Yes! I've had many boyfriends do that. Another reason they are no longer around. I do ...more

Manese vs. Womanese - Lost in Translation

How is it that two people who speak  a common language (English, French, Italian, Swahili, Afrikaans, whatever it is) can understand the syllables that comes together to make a sentence and yet, get lost in translating the real meaning of what is being said. This issue and a big one at that, is even worse on the love  path especially when dating! Apparently the problem is all down to men speaking manese, and women, womanese! It is really baffling and confusing but I guess the only way around it is for me to learn the art of translation!!...more

Freaks, Geeks and Douche Bags - Profile 001.

All names have been change to protect the innocentProfile 001.Nickname: Hillbilly JesusDistinguishing feature: Resembled Jesus Christ if he were Stoned and headed to a dead head concert. Height nearly 7’ tall (well 6’9”) This is where the dating stories begin. I was a few months after my separation and just about everyone was pushing me to date. Yes I know much too soon but what did I know?...more

Freaks, Geeks and Douche Bags.

Freaks, Geeks and Douche Bags.These are the real life experiences of a woman who was thrown in to the dating scene after her sudden divorce. Who am I you Ask?Profile: VictimNickname: Annabel LeeDistinguishing feature: Tattoos I have plenty, Im edgy, I dye my hair a rainbow of colors, Im smart and love to talk about art. I’m also a hopeless romantic who is searching for her new love....more

Dear Dr. Romance: How Do I Make Sure He's Not Looking for a Visa Green Card Marriage?

Dear Dr. Romance: I met a cute guy that's a foreigner in the USA from Russia. So how do I make sure he's not looking for a visa green card marriage? Dear Reader: Whether or not he wants a green card isn't the real question. The real question is, does he have good character, and does he love you, and do you love him? Take your time to get to know him, and find out what makes him tick. Does he have a job here? How is he making a living? Make sure he has no other attachments....more
Good advice. Think she'll follow it?more

Internet Dating: Finding online love in the day of the computer; the good, the bad and the ugly.

It seems as if finding a significant other online is the way of the present.  I remember when women and men used to lower their voice to a whisper when telling you they are dating or in love with someone they met online.  It was deemed, at first, that they were somehow desperate if that is how they met the love of their life.  There was a certain level of skepticism about the reality that the person was actually who they said they were.  Importantly, there was concern about safety.  All of those were and are legitimate.  ...more
Ha, yes, you must be talking about me :) Sorry it took me so long to read this Elaine!   I met ...more

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