Dating guys who are often late, or cancel last minute? The Dignity Dating coach Marni Battista and Man Panelist, Christian Anderson discuss specific expectations you should have regarding timliness, as well as how to cut him off if he’s repeatedly late!Read more »
Should you ignore your ex on Facebook? As is the case with all exes, you must first determine whether or not both parties no longer have feelings for one another. Perhaps you are over John, but if John has not let go of the possibility that one day you will return his undying love, it is best that John not be your Facebook friend. If he is an avid Facebook fan, it will not help is ability to move on when he sees the mobile upload you posted from the date enjoyed at the farmer’s market with your latest boyfriend.Read more »
When it comes to finding love, there is no worse enemy then the romance movie, reality television, and the notion that Prince Charming exists. As little girls we are raised to believe in certain notions of romance, and thus spend the rest of our tweens, teens and adulthood trying to fit our experiences with men into the fantasy relationships on which we feed daily. Who amongst us hasn’t fantasized that maybe we WERE meant to fall in love with our best male friend? Who hasn’t hoped this time, in fact, we will turn out to be like “Gigi,” the character from, “He’s Just Not That Into You,” who discovers that even though she is exceptionally annoying AND inappropriate, the cute guy falls head over heels in love with her. Or, perhaps, maybe you’re just pissed your boyfriend didn’t run down the street in his boxers when you slammed the door, storming out of his apartment pissed as hell.Read more »
Find out what it takes to get the 2nd date by just following these easy-to-understand tips from relationship Coach, Marni Battista, and Man Panelist, Christian Anderson of Dating With Dignity.Read more »
You are in a relationship with “The Hunter” if the dating process like this:
1. The Hunter mostly asks you out via text, email or IM. He rarely calls “just to chat.”
2. He rarely invites you on a date in advance. Most often, dates do not occur on weekends. Late night calls on weekends are frequent.
3. He will spend time with you, after he spends time with friends. As a result, he may not see you before 10 pm.
4. Dates frequently consist of “hanging out,” watching movies etc. Ultimately, for obvious reasons, the Hunter wants you to come to his apartment rather than go out.
1. It’s Saturday night, and your friends all seem to have dates while you are home alone. Are you:
a. Glad for the free time alone with TiVo, a good book or bath and glass of wine?
b. Sorrowfully watching romantic comedies, wishing the story could be your life?
c. On-line madly joining dating services, instant messaging with prospects, chatting on Facebook or cyber stalking the gal/guy you met last night?
Want to approach the hottie you see at Starbucks with confidence? Marni Battista and Christian Anderson give you specific strategies and how-to advice to help squash those pre-approach nerves. Listen closely, and you’ll even get some great lines you can use today!Read more »
Isn’t every cell in your love-sick bod screaming to know if this is possible? Should you, in some cases, settle for not so perfect? Is chemistry the most important component in choosing a partner for long-term love? I will be doing my Oprah-style interview with Los Angeles’ most successful, hip and insightful matchmakers, Katie and May, who do the one-on-one matching at Catch Matchmaking.Read more »
When standing in a circle of friends, OPEN UP the circle. Make sure that there is an entry point. Don’t hide behind the buffet table with a plate in your hand. And, last, PUT YOUR PHONE AWAY. If you are engaged in Facebook, texting, or checking your email men will not approach. Even if you are standing in a group of friends, don’t take out your phone. Practice leaving it in your purse until you are safely in the confines of a bathroom stall.Read more »