When Dating Feels Like a Chore

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What do you do when dating feels like a chore? Delete the apps? Take a break? Try these 5 tips to enjoy dating again.

What if dating feels like a chore? Is it time to take a break from dating? You’re burned out. Dating feels like work. You keep seeing the same faces online. You’ve been on multiple boring dates. In this video, I share five tips for what you can do when dating feels like another thing on your to-do list that you don’t want to do!

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A Guide to Post-Dating Friendship

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Post-dating friendship – can it work? Discover when it’s okay to become friends and when it’s better to move on.

Does post-dating friendship work when there’s no romantic interest? What about after a relationship ends? Sometimes friendships can be successful after dating, but most of the time, it doesn’t work. In this video, I share when to suggest post-dating friendship and when to walk away.

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How to Prepare Your Brain for More Fun in Dating 

If you want to have more fun in dating, listen to this podcast episode with Dr. Elaine Goldhammer. Get ready to enjoy dating so much more!

Want to have more fun in dating? Elaine Goldhammer, MD, is a physician turned hypnotherapist and life coach who works with clients’ subconscious and conscious brains. Her practice helps clients get past their inner struggles to live lives with less anxiety, fear, and reactivity.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • How to make dating more fun
  • The biggest lessons learned when dating after divorce
  • How to prepare your brain for more fun in dating
  • How hypnotherapy helps heal trauma and makes dating better
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If a Man Asks You to Plan the Date…

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Ladies, if a man asks you to plan the date, what do you do? In this video, I share my thoughts on this controversial topic.

What do you do when a man asks you to plan the date? A woman wrote a post about this topic in my Facebook group, Your Last First Date, this week, and it generated a lot of differing opinions, so I thought I’d share my thoughts. Here’s what she wrote: “I met a guy on Sunday. He seems put together, stable and intelligent. It was a very nice connection. At the end of the date, he asked me whether I wanted to go out again on Saturday. I agreed, and a few days later, he asked whether I had any ideas for Saturday’s date. He’s been busy and didn’t have time to think about it nor research. I agreed to do it. However, a part of me feels that I’m entering the pattern of doing all the work. I feel that if he really liked me he would text me and make the plans. I am the anxious type and don’t want to self sabotage with negative thoughts. Am I overthinking due to my past experiences?  Has anyone had a positive experience with a guy who didn’t initially plan or have check-in texts prior to date?”

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We Attract What We Believe We’re Worth

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Jackie Chiodo says we attract what we believe we’re worth. When she increased her self-worth, she met her beloved. Listen to her story!

Jackie Chiodo is a leader in the field of mind-body wellness. Over the past 25 years, she has led thousands of clients through radical transformation. Through Hypnosis, she helps you discover your worth and align your relationships accordingly. Jackie guides others through the same process she has used in her own life, to attract a healthy, loving relationship. Jackie believes we attract what we believe we’re worth!

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • What patterns she identified that were repeatedly leading her into the same type of relationship
  • Her relationship triggers
  • Examples of love and marriage she was given as a child
  • How she broke the cycle
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Struggling With Body Image and Dating

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If you’ve ever struggled with body image and dating, listen to this episode. I coach Debra on how to be more confident in her body as she dates.

Debra wrote in to Last First Date Radio about her struggle with body image and dating. Here’s what she wrote:

“I am struggling with body image. My body has changed a lot over the past few years, and it takes a lot of courage and mental effort for me to get on the dating apps. Once I meet someone, I can forget about my “ physical body” and just be present with them.. until something ends the relationship- such as recently the guy significantly lied to me about his age.. So each time I try to get back online I have this battle with myself.. I shouldn’t date until I lose more weight, and I’ll feel more confident to choose different men. I think that men will not want me because of my size right now.

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