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3 Communication Mistakes Professional Singles Make on the First Date

Posted by Stephan Labossiere in Advice for Men, Advice for Women, Dating | 11 comments

19.11.15

We’ve all heard the expression, “you never get a second chance to make a great first impression.” This statement couldn’t be truer than when it comes to first dates. First dates are an opportunity for both parties to see if they have anything in common with the other person, outside of a physical attraction. First dates also serve as a gateway to finding love.  

3 Reasons Why You Should Call & Not Send A Text Message

Posted by Stephan Labossiere in Advice for Men, Advice for Women, Dating | 15 comments

10.06.14

  "LOL", "WTH", "WYD", and the list goes on. Most of you are familiar with these acronyms partially thanks to the rise of sending a text message. More and more people are choosing to type on their phone rather than use it for its original use, which is to verbally communicate. It can be family, friends, co-workers or lovers. The convenient choice to send a text message is growing more and more each day, but  

The Fine Line Between Compromise and Sacrifice

Posted by Natalie Vartanian in Advice for Men, Advice for Women, Dating, Marriage | 3 comments

01.05.14

We have all heard this a million times: “Relationships are work.” “Relationships need give and take.” “Relationships require compromise.” So let’s talk about this super important yet ridiculously nuanced thing called ‘Compromise’. Per the dictionary, compromise is defined as follows:  

3 Reasons Why Men Struggle With Expressing Themselves

Posted by Stephan Labossiere in Advice for Women, Dating, Marriage | 41 comments

29.04.13

"Why won't he just tell me how he feels?" "Why is it so hard to get him to open up?" "Does he have a genuine issue or is he just plain old stupid?" These are all questions I have received from frustrated women dealing with men who can't seem to express themselves.

 

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