Are You Compromising or Are You Settling?

“Settling” is a bad word. I didn’t settle. I would never ask you to settle. In this week’s podcast, however, I’d like to help you redefine settling. Soon, you’ll be able to distinguish “settling” from the smart compromises that every happily married woman makes in order to build a life with someone.
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I’m in Love with My Boyfriend of 16 Months But He’s Not There Yet. Will He Ever Love Me?

I’m a great admirer of your insight. I’ve read Believe in Love and Why He Disappeared, which helped me get through a tough period after my last relationship ended. We rushed because of passion and got engaged too soon, one of the red flags I ignored because I was so happy to meet a guy who was madly in love with me. I’ve tried to move more cautiously since then. I just turned 30 and I’m very confident early in a relationship, but I have a borderline anxious attachment style and tend to fall into the “last man on earth” trap once I’m in love.
Which

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On topic

I don't even know where to start. Life keeps rolling along. How do I slow things down? When do I figure out what I really want to do with myself? When will I get what I want? Ha. Ha. Ha.

Yesterday, I had a kind of a break up. A fellow, John, who I've been seeing off and on for over a year cancelled our plans and then told me it was all my fault for asking too many times when we were supposed to meet. The crazy thing is he told me I'd be much happier in a steady relationship--that I should go and pursue

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What Is So Confusing About Men?

 
If you ask women, the answer is “everything.” If you ask men, the answer is “nothing.” Join me on this Love U Podcast where I explore whether there’s any truth in gender stereotypes and wash away any confusion you might have about the male gender.
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What’s Best Way to Say “No Thanks” to Someone Who Sends a Thoughtful Message?

Thank you for all your helpful advice. I sincerely appreciate the way you can make me laugh while reading about some painful topics. I would like to know if it is appropriate to send a “thanks, but no thanks” reply to a man who sends thoughtful and flattering messages, but is someone I would definitely not care to date? I’m not referring to men who are just average in appearance, who have poor photos or are perhaps a bit older than I would like. I’m talking about ones that are homely or much older than I feel is acceptable. Early on in my profile, I

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Online SuperCoach Interview with Evan Marc Katz

My name is Cindy and I’ve had the pleasure of working with Evan for almost 6 years. And while I’ve been happily married for over 30 years, there is no limit to what I’ve learned from Evan about relationships and understanding men. The adage “you’re never too old to learn” has certainly rung true for me as I continue to gain valuable insights from Evan’s male perspective and words of wisdom, and his unwavering entrepreneurial spirit and integrity.
With that said, today’s post is not about dating or relationships. Instead, it’s my utmost honor to share a telling, in-depth interview with Evan by AJ Mihrzad, author of

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What You Get When You Try to Change Your Husband – a Divorce

(My apologies for the original stock photo posted with this article. It wasn’t approved by me and I had it removed as soon as I saw it. Very sorry if you were as offended as I was.)
Today I want to share a first-person piece on RedTri.com by Kate Chapman. After a long marriage where Chapman repeatedly tried to change her husband, he put his foot down.
“I’m tired of changing to try to please you.  I am tired of not being enough.  You knew who I was when you married me.  It was good enough then, it should be good enough now.  I’m not changing.”
I blinked and

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How Do I Get My 12-Year FWB to Want to Be in a Committed Relationship?

There was a time in my life when all I wanted was a boy toy. I had an exceptional career with a lot of pressure that took up a lot of my time. Still during that period I wanted sex, what I didn’t want was all the work and time a relationship consumes.
During that time, I met a delightful man that is 9 years my junior and was a perfect lover. He was always a gentleman, and always very passionate and completely satisfying. We have been seeing each other for over 12 years. We get together about once a month although lately it has been

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Why Younger Women Date Older Men

There may be many reasons that a younger woman chooses to date an older man. There should be no shame in who you love; women need to support each other and respect the decisions that other women make. In the words of Mohadesa Najumi, '[T]he woman who does not require validation from anyone is the most feared individual on the planet.'

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How You Have Changed Since You Were a Teenager: a LOT!

As someone in the self-help industry, I find this study highly encouraging.
“The longest personality study of all time, published in Psychology and Aging and recently highlighted by the British Psychological Society, suggests that over the course of a lifetime, just as your physical appearance changes and your cells are constantly replaced, your personality is also transformed beyond recognition.”
Wha-? How is that even possible? Doesn’t everybody feel a bit like taller, fatter, wealthier versions of our 13-year-old selves? Maybe. But that doesn’t mean our perceptions are accurate.
The study begins with data from a 1950 survey of 1,208 14-year-olds in Scotland. Teachers were asked to use six questionnaires

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