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The Naked Truth About Men and Romance

naked truth about menKathryn Foster, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice in Ft Worth, Texas. With a masters degree in marriage and family counseling and a Ph.D. in psychology, she has practiced psychotherapy for 26 years. She has written two companions to The Naked Truth About Men (And Romance), one for couples (but written for men) What Women Want….Really! and another called When Your Relationship Changes. Her two novels are, Finding My Way and Sessions: Memoirs of a Psychotherapist.

Following are loosely transcribed highlights from my interview with Dr. Foster, as she revealed the naked truth and men and romance.

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Fall in Love Again: Summer Edition

fall in love againIt was magic the moment you met. The conversation was effortless, your interests so complimentary it was almost eerie, and, well, the sparks—right away you were hot for each other. Things only got better from there: the romantic dates, the conversations that went deep into the night, the vulnerable revelations about past hurts, the building of trust so secure you knew you could rely on this person to always be there for you. Maybe it only took months, or maybe it was years, but at some point you knew: this was the person you were meant to spend the rest of your life with. And so, one day you got married. You began a whole new life together, and you just knew this bliss would go on and on. Forever.

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Smart Relationship Advice from Gerald Rogers

relationship adviceMy radio guest, Gerald Rogers, is a bestselling author, transformational leader, speaker and coach. Gerald is internationally known for his virtual sensation that has touched millions worldwide– The Marriage Advice I Wish I Would’ve Had and for his LIVE BIG breakthrough seminars.

Gerald’s passion for love, life, and helping others has led him to be featured on The Today Show, NBC, ABC, the Huffington Post and 100’s of radio shows and blog posts across the world. Recently he was recognized and featured by Pope Francis in an article entitled “A Man Gives You 20 Tips to Not Get a Divorce”.

Following are loosely transcribed highlights of our radio show on Last First Date Radio.

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How to Quickly Spot Red Flags in Dating

red flags in datingThis is a guest post by Cupid’s Cronies, a matchmaking website. (The opinions are those of the author. Last First Date doesn’t take responsibility for differing opinions).

Going out on a first date can be risky!  Let’s be honest, we’ve all had disastrous first dates that have sent us running.  The main reason it’s risky is that your date will probably be a stranger to you.  You are taking a calculated risk that could either pay off — you’ve met your future soul mate! Or it could blow up in your face if your date turns out to be very weird or even dangerous. That’s why it’s important to quickly spot red flags before, during, and after a date. It’s easier than you may think.

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A Midlife Crisis Leads to a Timeshared Lover!

midlife crisisBorn in Zimbabwe and educated in South Africa, author and artist Yana Stajno enjoyed an artistic and eclectic start to life. Graduating in English and Drama at Cape Town University, Stajno was politically active, joining the anti-apartheid movement where she met her future husband in the middle of a riot.

She now lives in London, where she practices as an acupuncturist, is an artist and writer. Stajno has written several plays and short stories. This is her first novel.

Following are loosely transcribed highlights of my radio interview with Yana about her new book, Rules for Thursday Lovers, a story about midlife crisis and timesharing a lover…

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First Date, First Impression: What Your Tech Says About You

First DateWhen out in the dating world, it is important to know the rules of the game. Rules like always open the door for your date, never talk about your ex and always make a good first impression. Remember, you only get one chance to make a first impression.

Plus, with modern, instant conveniences and expectations, you have to say as much as you can with as few words as possible, in as little time as allowed. So, when meeting someone for the first time, it is important to consider what your tech says about you. To maximize your chances of attracting the right person, here are a few insights to determine if you are giving off the right vibrations:

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Dating a Widow Who Won’t Remove Photos of Her Late Husband

dating a widowHi Sandy,

Five months ago, I met the most wonderful woman. She lost her husband 3 years prior to us meeting. Our relationship has grown quickly, probably because we’re both 58 and know what we want in a relationship. I’m spending more and more time with her. We are talking about moving in together and possibly getting a new home.

Where I need you to chime in is about the family pictures around the house, most of which include her husband. I realize this is where her children where raised, and her husband was taken from her. She didn’t have a choice as I did with my divorce.

While I’m okay with some photos of her late husband, my heart aches at seeing him as a screen saver on her computer or his nameplate on her desk. At what point can I expect her to change these things or put them away? I know he is deceased and isn’t a threat. I feel she is trying to hang on to some of those memories, which I can understand to a degree. Yet, I’m thinking she hasn’t fully let go and truly ready to move on. Is this my issue that I’ve got to get past? Do I have some jealousy over a deceased person? Can I gently ask her to change or remove some of these items?

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