Ever wonder why you can have a great date and men don’t call back? A woman wrote in about a fun date she had with laughter and good conversation, and when she got home, he texted that he didn’t think they were a good match.
What happened? She was perplexed!
In this video, I share three reasons why men don’t call back after a seemingly good date.
Have you ever received mixed signals in dating? He seems interested, texts and calls, but he never asks you out. Learn what to do in this video!
Do you ever feel confused by the men you date? He says one thing, and then he contradicts himself. He plans for a future, but he’s not even available right now! It can make you crazy. Listen as I help Judi decode mixed signals with the man she was dating for 6 months. If you’re confused about what to do when there are mixed signals, you absolutely have to watch this video.
My podcast guest, Arielle Ford, spoke about how to turn your mate into your soulmate. She is a leading personality in the personal growth and contemporary spirituality movement. For the past 30 years she has been living, teaching, and promoting consciousness through all forms of media. She’s a celebrated love and relationship expert, author, speaker, and is the co-creator and host of Evolving Wisdom’s Art of Love series. Her mission is to help women Find Love, Keep Love and Be Love.
My podcast guests, Paige and Don Marrs, have achieved extraordinary love in their own lives and in the lives of their clients.
Happily married for over 30 years, Paige and Don Marrs have achieved extraordinary love. They’ve worked together since the day they joined their lives. They have co-authored two how-to memoirs, both of which teach through story: Grabbing Lightning: The Messy Quest for an Extraordinary Love, and Executive in Passage: When Life Lets You Know It’s Time to Change, Let that Knowing Lead You. For the past decade they’ve offered their relationship program, The Love Conversation®, which teaches core principles and methods for making the quest for love less messy and has helped countless individuals create extraordinary love in their most cherished relationships.
Gail Forrest is a stand-up comic who knows what it’s like to date in midlife. Listen to this episode to hear the humor in dating at this stage in life.
Author, stand-up comic (*Second City), entrepreneur, humorist, dating expert, and blogger Gail Forrest knows how to make you laugh – at her, at yourself, at others, and especially at her sharp, provocative and memorable declarations (and videos) about online dating after fifty. She joined me on Last First Date Radio to talk about the humor that can be found when dating in midlife.
My podcast guest, Dodi Lamm, is an expert in guiding women at a crossroads in life to the next stage. She shares great tips for getting unstuck!
My podcast guest, Dodi Lamm, is an expert in guiding women at a crossroads in life to the next stage. She has a license in social work and post-graduate training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Along the way she has amassed training in mindfulness meditation, CBT, as well as Positive Psychology. She is an adjunct professor in psychology. Dodi has developed an online course for Women at a Crossroads starting February 3rd. Sign up now at: http://www.dodilamm.com/women-at-a-crossroads-course
Here’s what NOT to do in the New Year. Skip the resolutions, and do this instead. Trust me, your life will improve this year.
Happy New Year! Have you given some thought about what NOT to do in the New Year? That may sound strange, but as we all know, New Years resolutions don’t work. Most of us start out every year with goals; lose 10 pounds, find love, eat healthy food, join a gym…And most of those resolutions last a few weeks at best. We’re left feeling like failures. And that’s self-defeating.
If you want to improve your life and love, I suggest you make a list of what NOT to do in the New Year instead. Some habits can be hard to break, but if you make a list of what you want to stop doing, you can begin to create action steps around breaking those habits and having a better life.