How to Avoid Dating Burnout

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Got dating burnout? Tune into this episode with dating coach, author and matchmaker, Laura Bilotta for great tips to overcome burnout.

In a world where dating is dictated by algorithms and predetermined categories, Laura Bilotta, professional matchmaker, dating coach and author, offers over 19 years of expertise and personal guidance to help singles navigate through the complicated dating landscape in the ever-elusive search for “the one.” Her experience, skills and insights have led to thousands of successfully united singles through events and one-on-one matchmaking coaching sessions. She is host of The Dating and Relationship Show on Global News Radio 640 Toronto.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • Why Clubhouse is the new way to date
  • What causes dating burnout?
  • How can people avoid dating burnout?
  • How to improve your dating profile
  • How to date during the pandemic

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How to NOT Attract a Man Who Wants a Nurse Or a Purse

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Do you to tend to attract a man who wants you to nurse him or support him? If you’re tired of the ‘nurse or purse’, watch this video!

A big complaint I hear from women dating in midlife is that men are just looking for a nurse (someone to take care of them) or a purse (someone to support them). In this video, I share powerful tips on how to NOT attract those men, and how to attract a more equitable relationship where you support each other.

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How to Find Love on Clubhouse

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The Clubhouse social media app is all the rage. Learn how to use the app to find love with my special guest, Ketan Anjaria!

My guest was featured in an article in Forbes by Francesca Hogi, entitled, People Are Already Falling In Love On Clubhouse, A Popular New Audio Social Media App. He was one of the Clubhouse members who found love while using the app. He joined me on video to talk about how he met her, and how you can benefit in so many ways from using the app, too.

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Married for the First Time at 65

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Melanie married for the first time when she was 65. An actress who achieved everything but love, she finally found love later in life.

Melanie Chartoff married for the first time at 65! Beginning as an actor off and on Broadway, Melanie Chartoff is best known for the characters she created on “Fridays,” “Seinfeld,” “Newhart,” and “Rugrats,” as the voice of Didi Pickles. Her work has been included in a variety of publications, including The Jewish Journal and three editions of Chicken Soup for the Soul. “Odd Woman Out” is her first book.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • Why it took 65 years for Melanie to get married for the first time 
  • The mistakes Melanie made in love
  • The key transformation Melanie went through that led her to lasting love
  • A crazy story about how she met her husband
  • What you can learn from Melanie’s story

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The Impact of Attachment Trauma On Romantic Relationships

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Your attachment trauma directly impacts your adult relationships. Thais Gibson revealed the fascinating reasons why we choose our partners.

My podcast guest, Thais Gibson, spoke about attachment trauma and how it affects our love lives. She’s an author, speaker and co-creator of the Personal Development School. Thais is best known for her contributing work and research on Attachment Theory and the impact of attachment trauma on our adult romantic relationships. She’s the author of, The Attachment Theory Guide, and her YouTube channel often focuses on educating people on how to subconsciously reprogram this area of their lives.

In this episode:

  • What is Attachment Theory and how does it impact our romantic relationships?
  • What are the different attachment styles?
  • How do our early childhood experiences with attachment affect our subconscious mind?
  • How can we retrain our mind to transform any limiting program in each of the 7 areas of life (Mental, Emotional, Spiritual, Physical, Relationships Career & Financial)?

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