We’ve all blurted out something inappropriate on a first date, whether you rehash the time you were stoned and ate your grandma’s Birthday cake, or admit you got dumped by your last three partners for being too needy. Of course, that is not to say you shouldn’t be yourself. Just follow these 5 Tips for a First Date and you should be okay! Unless you have an incredibly dull personality (just kidding, you’re great). Read more
Men have a love/hate relationship with Valentine’s day. Some have it down, some don’t. The latter runs to the flower shop the day of to buy what’s left of the roses and then stumbles to the Hallmark aisle for the “perfect” card. #truth Read more
I get so many emails from women each week that begin the same way. They lead with something like, “David, I’m a 46 year old woman, but I don’t look my age.” Or, “I’m in my fifties, but I’m very young-minded.”
My favorite one is, “I’m 44, but guys always say I look much younger.”
Why do you need to start an email like that? Why is your age important?
Nobody really thinks they look their age anyway. Here’s the thing…
I look good for my age, but it doesn’t matter if people think I look much younger. All that matters is I look good, and I’m in great shape for a man of my age. That’s the mindset you need. You can’t turn back time. It’s great a man thinks you look younger, but the fact you bring your age up all the time means you’re subconsciously worried you’re too old to meet a man. Read more
I chose this profession
because I love love. I love being in love, talking about love, and helping people find love. My theory is: love makes people the best individuals that they can be. I strongly believe that those who are in a connected, loving relationship are more productive, better citizens, and more capable of making the world a positive place.
During these next few days leading up to Valentine’s Day, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on the amazing benefits of love. Read more