Ever heard of the phrase, “first comes love, then comes marriage”? If only this thing we call love was that easy 😆 The truth is that before anything happens, attraction comes first. Attraction is the “butterflies” phase of your new adventure. It’s where your palms get sweaty, your pupils dilate and your heart races every time […]
Have you gone out on a date with someone and realized they’re no different from the last person you dated? Or, the person before them…or, the person before that?
We’re so excited to announce that one of the most popular and leading dating blogs, Dating Advice, has featured us! The interview talks about my journey in going from U.S. Marine to Certified Matchmaker and Dating Coach. The road to success always has a few surprising twists and turns, and in this feature you’ll see […]
Dating, like most things, has its own rhythm, or natural speed of progression. When you’ve got two people coming together with different outlooks on life, different agendas, different personalities, and pretty much different everything, you can’t rush how fast things will take off. And the worst thing you can do is force it. If you’ve […]
Getting back into the dating scene after being off the market for a while, can be intimidating! If you’ve been through a divorce or heartbreak you may not feel ready to open yourself to someone new. After a heartbreak its normal to feel a range of emotions because it’s a grieving process. I don’t believe […]
Date night shouldn’t be the only time when you and your partner bond, this should be happening on a constant basis to keep your relationship healthy and vibrant. One of the best ways you both can dedicate time to your relationship is by making dinner together at least once a week.
Think about the last time you had a disagreement with your partner. Big or small, confronted or avoided, how did it make you feel? While you think about your answer, let me explain to you how a small misunderstanding can turn into a source of conflict. Once you understand this concept, you will be able […]
My mother-in-law was diagnosed with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) two years ago. You hear the stories of how people live with CHF for years with the right type of medications; however, that wasn’t the case for her. Unfortunately, she was born with congenital heart disease that was never diagnosed. Shortly, after my husband retired from […]