What to Do When You Get Stood Up

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When you get stood up on a date, what do you do? Before you blame yourself or send an angry text, follow these powerful six steps!

Even dating coaches get stood up sometimes. Here’s what happened to me. He had me at hello…literally. I mean, picture a good looking man with a deep voice saying, “Hello, Sandy” in a sexy British accent. How many of you wouldn’t melt? In this video, you’ll hear my story of getting stood up, and how I quickly recovered.

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Healing From Emotional Abuse

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Author Robin Lieberman shares the story from her book, Searching for September, about Seppie who heals from emotional abuse.

Robin Lieberman is an educator and novelist with life experience in the areas of marriage, divorce, long term relationships, and middle age dating. Her own triumphs, and those of other women who have used her as their sounding board, gave her the impetus to write her debut novel, Searching for September. This fictional romance/suspense captures the essence of one woman finding passion in what ultimately becomes an emotionally abusive relationship.

Robin lives in Manhattan, enjoys world travel, spending time with her intimate circle of friends, and has a daughter, son, and three grand pups.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • Why Robin wrote Searching for September, a book about falling for a narcissist
  • Key lessons about recognizing emotional abuse
  • Why women stay in abusive relationships
  • Red flags to look out for when dating
  • How women can stop excusing the inexcusable

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5 Signs You’re in a Codependent Relationship

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How do you know if you’re in a codependent relationship? Here are 5 warning signs you might be in one and what to do if you are.

What’s a codependent relationship, and how do you know if you’re in one? It is a toxic relationship pattern where the codependent partner has an unhealthy need to be needed, and the other partner, or the enabler, exploits this need by relying on their partner too much. This dysfunctional relationship pattern is common not just in romantic partnerships, but also between parents and children, other family members, coworkers, and friends.

We often unconsciously continue these codependent behaviors until we seek the right kind of support to create healthier relationships where both partners respect and honor each other’s needs.

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Rebuilding Trust and Intimacy After Betrayal

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After infidelity, many couples struggle in rebuilding trust and intimacy. Jennifer Lehr shares tips on how to repair when trust is broken.

Jennifer Lehr speaks about rebuilding trust and intimacy after betrayal. She’s been helping couples build solid, connected and loving partnerships for nearly 20 years. Her three blogs are designed to help people improve their lives and relationships. She also writes and speaks about her relationship with her husband, from a difficult beginning to creating the beautiful relationship they have today.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • How to define infidelity in these modern times
  • Some ways people are emotionally unfaithful
  • Why infidelity is so devastating
  • The keys to rebuilding trust after betrayal

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When His Actions Don’t Match His Words

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What do you do when a guy’s actions don’t match his words? My ex-boyfriend seemed like a great guy at first, until this happened…

“I’m a good guy!” That’s what my boyfriend Bob would say (with his sexy southern accent) whenever he did something that wasn’t so ‘good’. He forgot my birthday? “I’m so sorry. I’m really a good guy. Let me take you out for dinner tonight to celebrate.” Have you ever met a good guy – someone who claimed to be ‘good’ – but they weren’t? That’s what today’s video is about…

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