Twenty-five years ago, the thought of prolonged written communication was not really a part of the dating experience.
Approaching life with excited anticipation, not too seriously and with a sense of humor reaps huge dividends.
I must confess I could care less what others think of me. Fun keeps me alive and kicking!
Dave Kanegis has one wish for Valentine’s Day this year: take it as an opportunity to love, even if you aren’t in a relationship
We seem to live in a world where the motto is “neither a hugger nor huggee be.”
“I can’t breathe. The sky’s falling. I’m not going to live through this year. Where’s my Xanax?”
Dave Kanegis wants to help you get past the first date jitters.
Life is finite and so much time is lost in the expenditure of wasted and misdirected emotional energy. Nowhere is this is so prevalent as in a student’s last year of high school.
The key to successful dating is complex, stressful, rewarding and ultimately indescribably satisfying.
Leaving a job that is emotionally draining is a healthy step to take.
Raising kids is difficult in a two-parent household and so much more so when one caregiver is absent.
Before you embark on a first date consider the following.
No guarantees, but we can load the dice!
Dave Kanegis reminds us that it’s never too late to change family dynamics.
Do you ever find times where your mind begins to ruminate in a sort of free-fall of wondering? It may often occur when you least expect it.
Want to change your life? Be a mentor to a child who doesn’t have a positive male role model. Here’s how!