The best gift you can give the people who love you, is to be the person they’ve helped you to become.
While I’ve always said that the most important relationship you’ll ever have is with yourself, your significant other is not far behind.
In this week’s episode of New School Romance, James Michael Sama sits down with DeAnna Lorraine to discuss her new book, Making Love Great Again.
We are living in the first time during human history where each and every single one of us has an unlimited amount of broadcasting potential.
We certainly cannot place the blame on one, two, or even a few specific circumstances for the decline of romance, but I think that some societal trends can shed some light on the issue and give us some hints about how to improve things.
If we can’t love and value ourselves, how can we love and value someone else?
Listen as James discusses how social media affects dating, and how you should develop yourself before entering a new relationship.
Stop asking the question “how can I get women to date me” and start asking “how can I become the man women want to date?”
As we isolate ourselves from each other while attempting to use social media as real “connection,” what is it that we are actually doing?
James Michael Sama explains that if you have trouble choosing between two people, then neither of them is right for you.
Love hurts? James Michael Sama says, “No way.”
There are certainly complexities between men and women, but maybe we’re really not that different after all.
James M. Sama delivers the rough truth you may need to hear.
It’s easier than you think – James Michael Sama on how to keep a relationship strong.
The truth is that we have become SO caught up with all of the frosting, that we’ve forgotten about the cake.