The Women’s Liberation movement opened up so many possibilities for women, and progress is a good thing. Yet, along with that progress has been suffering of another sort – the realization that is seeping into our modern day culture – that a “liberated” woman’s raw power, strength and the illusion of self-sufficiency can and does […]
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Allen and Christine met for a first date last night. I love everything about this match – they meet each other’s Top Five Critical Criteria, they both gave me the big Thumbs Up after studying the profile and photos, and they were both super excited to meet. And yet today’s post-date feedback from both […]
Here’s how to know if the person you’re dating (or thinking about dating) is really a good match for you for a potential long-term relationship. Whip out pen and paper and make your list. You know… your list. The qualities, characteristics and attributes that you hope to find all rolled up into one nice, beautiful […]
Have you ever thought about being a matchmaker yourself?
Curious what a matchmaker does all day long?
It’s not quite as glamorous as some folks think, but there’s never a dull day in Love Land, that’s for sure. Just take a glimpse into what I use to do in normal weekdays. Click here to know what a typical office day […]
This totally sweet, though heart-wrenching video hit my desk today (Thanks for sharing, Rachel De Alto!) of a thoroughly adorable couple who are now splitting up after five years, because somehow, during their early days of courtship, they missed asking the most critical question of all dating questions:
Who Wants KIDS?
I’ve been there, I made the […]
Ladies, this behavior is gross…I say, single women who are dating should either happily offer to spring for the bill on occasion, or they should casually offer cash or throw in a credit card to share the expense, or they should just zip their lip and express sincere appreciation for the investment that her suitor is making in getting to know her. Even if it’s a lousy cup of coffee at a deli.