No problem! I really enjoy helping people out with this. It’s a lot like pool/billiards. You just start playing and try and figure out the rules and strategies along the way with no real guidance. Umm, for books, to start with, try the original Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus. It can be … Continue reading Which books would you recommend for a guy in his 20’s to develop better communication with the opposite sex? in terms of dating, meeting for the first time,etc. Thanks for doing this AMA! – vibhuu
So tough, I know. A lot of guys, before they have a lot of self knowledge are exploring what’s out there. And yes, sometimes, when they hear “exclusive” it CAN sound like a death sentence to them. This is only because they don’t realize that they don’t lose themselves when they get into a relationship. … Continue reading Hi! What would be your best advice to women on taking a relationship from “casual dating” to “exclusive” without coming across like you’re looking for a freakin’ engagement ring. It happened to……..a friend of mine o.0 – Aleera
Okay, I’ll have to back it up a bit. What makes us anxious? Being in situations that we don’t feel we have control over. The biggest uncontrollable thing there is! And that’s not going to change. My point is, when you are doing something outside your comfort zone, aka growing, it’s going to feel awkward … Continue reading How do I get rid of approach anxiety? What’s an easy way to keep conversation flowing when you first meet a girl? 22 yr old here – GeneralTry
Originally published on Dating Advice I love flirting. It’s so much fun! It’s playful and provocative and makes you feel good. But sometimes, as a woman, it can be confusing. You’re getting conflicted reports of “Make Him Come to You” and “It’s the New Millennium. Go Get Him!” If you don’t go flirt with him, … Continue reading How Men Want You to Flirt!
Originally published on Lavalife Gary from Hamilton asks… “I got divorced last year and am ready to get back out there and try again. I feel a little old for the club scene and don’t know where to start to meet a girl looking for a guy my age. Help?” Hey there Gary! My condolences … Continue reading I’m Divorced But Ready to Get Back Into The Game. Help?
Originally published on Cupid’s Pulse Single in Stilettos Show: Signs You’re Dating a Player In this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to dating coach Hunt Ethridge, who reveals his advice for how to tell if you’re dating a player. In this video interview, he shares the three biggest signs that you’re … Continue reading Signs You’re Dating a Player
Originally published on DatingAdvice.com Dating can be a confusing for many people. What did that text mean? Who should call after the date? When should we have our first kiss? I could go on and on. If you’re feeling lost in your love life, check out our 10 Best Blogs for Dating Questions. Hunt for … Continue reading Top 10 Dating Advice Sites on the Web. I’m number 9!
Originally published on Lavalife Flirting 101: What is Flirting & Why Am I Doing it Wrong? In my teaching, I often get the question, “What is flirting, exactly?” While it seems simple in the abstract, there are a lot of different ways to describe it. For me, in order to have this discussion, I also … Continue reading Flirting 101: What is Flirting & Why Am I Doing it Wrong?
Originally published on The Huffington Post If you feel the heat, it’s hot. And I’m not talking temperature, people. I’m talking summer sex. We all want it. But getting it… that’s a different story. Whether you’re looking for a summer fling or something more, this Q&A provides dating and sex tips from both a married … Continue reading 5 Hot Summer Dating Questions Answered
Originally published on Lavalife Henry from Columbus asks: I can’t help but look at a few girls who walk by my dinner table when I’m on a date. I know it’s dumb and I’ve been told by other girls I’ve been rude but I can’t help it. Are there any tricks for me to keep … Continue reading Reader Question: I Always Check Out Girls when I’m Out on a Date. How Can I Stop?