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The Love You Carry; Guest Post from Kim Garrett

The Love You Carry No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”– Albert Einstein When you are ‘fifty something’ and dating online ageism is in your face. And with an onslaught of ads proclaiming … Continue reading

Success Story

In our workshops, Tony and I give our participants a choice of room setup for certain exercises. In this particular one, our community had decided to “circle up” for a particularly deep exercise, as it brings everyone closer together. About … Continue reading

Women in Bars, Men on The Web?

Women in Bars, Men on The Web? What’s going on here? I happened to be meeting a friend at a local watering hole on the Upper East Side of Manhattan last week and I swear that I had died and … Continue reading

Boldness, thinking outside the box, & The Law of Attraction.

You’re gonna love this one guys and girls! Spike

“Red flags” are there for a reason.

That feeling… You know, that feeling; the one that has you wrinkling your nose and making that funny “WTF…?” Face? The one that should be a warning bell? The one that says “something just ain’t right here, ain’t kosher in … Continue reading

Never call the next day.

Doesn’t everybody know this one? This is a rule that nearly everyone has broken, countless times! So you’ve had three phone conversations with “the one.” They seem to be everything you’ve been searching for, and then the first date arrives. … Continue reading

Sarcasm Schmarkasm.

Take sarcasm lightly. Give sarcasm right back just as lightly. This is one of my personal favorites: Sarcasm is a double-edged sword, and without a doubt the most misunderstood form of communication today. I use it regularly and copiously, and … Continue reading

Be silly!

Nothing gets the job done quite like a great sense of humor. I mean, really folks, would you rather be on a first date with someone who made you chuckle, giggle, and laugh, or with someone who was as dry … Continue reading

Raindrops

I love the feeling of raindrops on my face. The tiny little patter and drip down my nose past my waiting lips just to fall away into whence they came. I really do like the rain, well, not like, when … Continue reading

The Issue of Trust

How can you tell whom to trust? Who can you trust? Is it true that trust must be earned? Who says so? Why is that so? Men sleep around. Women keep their “options” open. Men hide their intentions with women. … Continue reading