Women Should Make the First Move in Dating

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[NEW VIDEO] Ladies, do you make the first move in dating? You take charge in the rest of your life, so why not here?

Do you make the first move in dating, or are you still dating like it’s 1984? Many of us have been taught to always let men pursue us and never make the first move or it will turn a man off. Men hunt, women gather. If women have become so much more powerful at work the past few decades, isn’t it time for dating to evolve, too?

As women, we are more than capable of seeking out what—and who—we want. If we’re strong and successful in life, why aren’t we encouraged to be bold when it comes to finding love? Why should we have to sit back and passively wait for the men we like to choose us?

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Why Women Should Make the First Move

Author Jon Birger says women should make the first move in dating. Listen to this surprising episode that will make you rethink how you date!

Jon Birger is an award-winning magazine writer and author of two dating books—Date-onomics and Make Your Move: The New Science of Dating and Why Women Are in Charge. A former senior writer at Fortune, Jon is also a familiar face and voice on television, radio, and podcasts, with appearances on ABC’s Good Morning America, BBC World Service, Girls Gotta Eat, CNBC, CNN, MSNBC, National Public Radio, and Fox News — discussing topics ranging from dating to investing. A graduate of Brown University, Jon lives with his family in Larchmont, N.Y.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • Why the myth of biologically-determined gender roles is long overdue for debunking
  • The difference between women making the first move and being overly aggressive in dating
  • Why online dating has proven so disappointing for so many
  • Why you should delete dating apps if long-lasting love is your goal
  • The best places to find love
  • How the post-#MeToo era altered the dating landscape

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The Problem With Being a High Value Woman

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Are you a High Value Woman or a Woman of Value? Sounds similar, but they are not. Learn the difference between the two in this video.

A few years after becoming a dating coach, I coined the phrase, Woman of Value. I even wrote a book about Becoming a Woman of Value. There’s another phrase in the dating coaching world, High Value Woman, and I’d like to distinguish the difference between the two.

According to dating coach Sami Wunder, following are five behaviors that count as High Value in a quality man’s eyes vs. the five behaviors of a Woman of Value according to yours truly!

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The Perils of Online Dating

In this video, I outline the top 5 perils of online dating from the book, ‘How to Not Die Alone’. Date smarter and find love online!

I’ve been loving ‘How to Not Die Alone’, by Logan Ury. A behavioral scientist, dating coach, and matchmaker, Logan shares actionable tips to help singles find and keep love. In this video, I disclose her helpful information on how to find love online. According to Logan, we’re dating all wrong. 

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How Feminine Presence Will Improve Your Life

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Adele Wang helps women who feel invisible reconnect to their feminine presence so they can attract the love they want.

My podcast guest, Adele Wang, helps women who feel invisible reconnect to their feminine presence. This helps them attract more of what they want, in life, work, and love. Many modern women, in the rush for equality, have inadvertently cut themselves off from the most beautiful part of themselves–their feminine essence. They often feel stressed, invisible, and unable to attract the relationships they want.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

– How Adele helps women increase their feminine presence

– How to acquire the “it” factor that makes women so attractive

– How to increase your magnetism, be more joyful and attract better relationships

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Rewriting Your Life After Crisis

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Ashley Wellman suddenly became a widow and lost her job at age 34. She discovered that rewriting your life helps you move forward into your next chapter.

Ashley Wellman lost her husband in her early thirties. She found that rewriting your life is a highly effective way to heal and move forward in life. She is a criminologist specializing in trauma/victimization with 30+ publications. She serves as a media expert/television commentator and is an advocate for survivors. After her own tragedy, she added author to the list, launching her business with the creation of her first children’s book, The Girl who Dances with Skeletons: My Friend Fresno.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

* The shocking trauma Ashley experienced

* How to heal from trauma and focus on rewriting your life

* How to rewrite your story during difficult times

* Ashley’s inspirational story of turning trauma into an opportunity to reinvent her life

* Why it’s important to follow your dreams       

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