Ever feel fed up of having the same arguments in your relationship?
Tired of guys who always seem to start fights and make things difficult? Sick of daily battles, criticism, and constant competing with a guy who only seems to be out for himself?
Maybe you dream of ditching those complicated jerks and just finding a ‘nice guy’.
If so, be careful what you wish for…
When you’re dating a guy, you’re going to get frustrated with him sometimes. It’s inevitable.
What you DO have control over is how you respond.
And this is important, because how you choose to voice your frustrations can mean the difference between inspiring him to change his behavior, and ticking him off and making him leave.
In this week’s video, I share my simple 2-step plan to let your guy know you’re upset in a way that will actually improve your relationship…
Have you ever gotten physical on a first date and then worried that your guy would lose interest?
That’s the dilemma on Carlene’s mind on this week’s episode of LOVELife Turns out the real danger to a budding relationship isn’t making out too soon, it’s OVERANALYZING his every move. The secret to making it work is “zooming out,” as I explain in my answer…
I’ve been thinking this week about something that has bothered me about the way people approach not just romantic relationships, but every relationship in their lives.
Most of us get frustrated with family and friends because we don’t feel like they give us what we need.
We spend years waiting for our best friend to show a certain interest in our work, or for that parent to ask the right question and say the right words that will validate us as adults, or for that sibling to come visit us where we live, see our families, and spend more time with their nephews and nieces.
When those people inevitably let us down, bitterness surfaces.
You asked for it, and I delivered…
It’s time for another episode of “Sexy Potatoes!”
This week we’re talking about “American Hustle.”
Now I realize that a movie about con men and the mafia doesn’t sound romantic, but there are actually 3 big love lessons in this film that I’m really excited to share with you.
Pay special attention to lesson #3 – it’s an important one about how much you should invest of yourself in a relationship…
I know you’re going to get a lot out of this week’s video, including a good laugh (yes, that’s me doing my best attempt at an American gangster accent).
“If only I were more attractive, THEN I would be confident…” If you’ve ever thought this, you’ve got it all wrong. This is good news, because in today’s episode of LOVELife I’m sharing the magic formula to transform you into a confident and sexy woman now, all without having to change a thing about your appearance…
One day every month I’ll tend to blow off my afternoon’s work and go to the movies at about 2pm.
It begins with me sat at my desk in the morning. I fool around for a few hours, and then after nothing happens I’ll think “yep, it’s that day again”. I turn to google to find today’s movie showings, pick one, and leave my desk behind.
In this week’s video, I’ve got a quick life tip for you that may seem small but it actually has the power to save your career, your friendships and all your relationships…
Together, we’re going to fix this bad habit that you and I both do every day. Try it out, and then shoot me an email and let me know how it works out for you. (You’ll see why this is an ironic request when you watch the video…)
In this week’s LOVELife…I take a call from a brave woman named Rhonda who is getting back into the dating game after an 18-year hiatus from sex. How should she bring up this tricky subject to the new men she’s meeting? You may be surprised at my answer…
It’s easy to find yourself wasting a lot of time and heartache over guys who were never really serious in the first place.
What usually happens in these stories is as follows: a guy approaches you and shows some interest, and you start texting and talking on the phone. Maybe you go on a date. Things seem fun, but after a while his interest just sort of tapers off, or he only makes contact at random intervals, drifting in and out of your inbox.
You feel you’ve already become attached to him, yet you don’t know where you stand.