TweetTweet You are the designer of your own catastrophe — especially when it comes to love. What new love designs are you working on? He’s not moving fast enough? Who made you the pace keeper? She’s not the total package? Honey, have you seen the wrapping paper you come in? I need someone who understands me 100%. Mind readers are [...]Read more ›
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TweetTweet Are you feeling the pangs of dating? Are you left wondering if you’re truly undateable but not ready to commit to dating/relationship coaching? I understand, but that doesn’t mean you’re not experiencing some frustration centered around dating, right? Did you have an amazing first date, but they never called again? Are you getting texts but then they flake out [...]Read more ›
TweetTweet This past weekend I was honored to be the host/MC of Single in Stilettos where several of the New York’s sexaratti were present giving their best dating, sex and relationship advice. The singles education event was organized by the lovely NYC-based Matchmaker Suzanne Oshima. Suzanne’s objective was to give single women access to all the top leaders in the dating industry at one event. What was [...]Read more ›
TweetTweet We’ve all done it–posted a status update about our partner/boyfriend online. We’ve even tweeted an occasional “I love you” but is there such a thing as over-sharing when it comes to your relationships? Do you think in today’s society, giving a play-by-play on your relationship is okay or have we reached the saturation point? Listen to Life Coach, Tara [...]Read more ›
TweetTweet I get it–every now and then, the love game sucks…big time. This goes for those of you dating or those of you in relationships. Things don’t always go as planned. You get dumped, someone you truly cared for leaves you with no explanation, or someone you thought loved you–cheats…with your best friend…in your own bed…using the candles you picked out [...]Read more ›
TweetTweet In a courtship, there comes a time when the “honeymoon” phase is over and you get to the nitty gritty part of the realtionship; personally, I like the nitty gritty because it’s a place you’ve established with your partner, gay or straight–ah hell, even a goat–that you feel comfortable in. It’s waking up in the morning and no longer [...]Read more ›