The hard part is paying attention to the answers, especially if they don’t align perfectly with what you want.
Here are some tips on how you can listen in a way that makes them feel like talking…
Next week will be the last part to this three-part series: how to listen attentively.
On your first date you have three priorities: Have fun, get to know your date, and Let your date get to know you.
You have to love someone for who the are, not for who they could be.
Breaking the ice doesn’t have to be that hard. Here are some ideas.
It doesn’t matter how many questions you’ve had answered in your quest for closure. There will always be more. Your quest for closure will never end because questions begets more questions.
Every decent person deserves to be loved and to be in a relationship if that’s what he wants. To shortchange himself with an artificial second-best or to tell himself he doesn’t deserve a real girlfriend is tragic.
My takeaway here is that the aversion to Asian men as boyfriends isn’t an esthetic or ethnicity issue. It’s about attitude.
You need and deserve love, but you need to make time for it.
Divorce sucks for everyone, but I feel dads have the hardest time with it. Here’s why.
Love is a drug — here’s why too much of a good thing can be very bad.
Ariadna explains why you may have had some problems with love in the past and that you don’t have to carry them into your future!
Somehow being strategic and thoughtful are no longer positive traits. Today, everything happens organically and everyone is nonchalant. Well, here’s what Ariadna Peretz has to say about that.
That big beating heart of yours is a beautiful thing but it’s also a liability because there are many people who want to take advantage of it for their own benefit. And they are ruthless.
The good guys are there. The problem is that they often go unnoticed.