Q & A Wednesday: Where are all the good men?

Dear Sandy,

I am in a dating dip! Lately, through Match.com, I have had a lot of first dates, but no promise of a relationship. I am tired of meeting boring, emotionally immature, unemployed, broke, alcoholic men. I seem to be meeting men who I would never consider having a second date with. I’m starting to get depressed. It feels like all the men online are either players or inappropriate matches. Where are all the good men?


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No Good Men? Think Again!

I was in a foul mood this morning. For months, I had been hard at work preparing for my first FREE webinar, The Naked Truth D.A.T.I.N.G. Method, a six step formula for finding love after divorce. (Please sign up on the sidebar of my home page for the Monday, April 30th 7 PM – 8 PM ET live webinar.) Anyway, I was running a test webinar for about 19 people last night, and the technology gods were frowning upon me. My slides didn’t work, the whole program froze, and my webinar became a teleclass! I rolled with it. Then my ex called, and I hung up feeling even worse. I am usually a very positive person. I pride myself on my ability to bounce back, to be┬áresilient. But not this morning. I was unable to pull the dark cloud off my head. To top it all off, I had also been having a string of bad luck with dating. There seemed to be no good men online. And then I went on Facebook and saw that I had about 25 ‘other’ messages. I had never seen this category before. I clicked on it, and here’s what I found:

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The ‘Dating Dip’: How to Stay Positive After a String of Bad Dates

The default setting for dating is failure. You are going to fail in relationships over and over and over until you meet the right one. Sounds like I’m a Debbie Downer? If you have read my blogs and know who I am, you know I’m one of the most positive, upbeat people you’ll meet. And that’s the focus of this blog. How do you stay positive when dates are a flop?

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