Does Your Age Put Men Off?

Woman examines her age in the mirror
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

The Top 5 Benefits of Being in Love

A couple revels in their love for one another
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

What He’s Thinking vs. What She’s Thinking During Sex

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Feeling the Love on Valentine’s Day

woman learns to feel love on valentine's day
Way before the Millionaire Matchmaker, the French had their own custom for scoring a date on Valentine’s Day. In une loterie d’amour—a drawing for love—single people of all ages gathered in houses that faced one another and proceeded to call out through the windows in an effort to make a match, until the men and women eventually paired off. The pairings weren’t perfect—sometimes the ladies were much more attractive to the men from far away. And let’s face it: screaming from across the street leaves a large margin of error when it comes to matchmaking. Read more

Michelle Obama doesn’t rule out plastic surgery

A healthy Michelle Obama
Michelle Obama, our first lady, recently went on the record as saying that she is not ruling out plastic surgery or Botox in the future.  She said, “Women should have the freedom to do whatever they need to do to feel good about themselves…I’ve also learned to never say never.” What a breath of fresh air it was for me to read this. That sentiment is really what Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Enhancement is all about- freedom! Freedom to be happy with your appearance… Freedom to be comfortable making the choices you make in order to look your best… Freedom from stigma or the opinions of others about what we “should” or “should not” be doing (provided it is safe and makes us happy).  Read more

3 Ways to tell if you and your guy are going to have a good Valentine’s Day

If you’ve been into a drug store recently, you know that Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. And that Cadbury makes Valentine’s Day candy too. I mean, that’s genius. Why didn’t this happen earlier? Anyway, it’s pretty common knowledge that Valentine’s Day can be hell for all of the single people out there. But, it can also be pretty terrible for those of us in relationships. I’ve had some very good relationships turn sour because of a bad Valentine’s Day. To make sure that won’t happen to you, here are some ways to tell if your V-Day is going to be good. Read more