An Interview With Me (and my Company’s Mantra!)

I know: I spoil you. I’m a father. I can’t help it.
Two new blog posts every Monday and Thursday.
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The best stuff is in the newsletter (for what it’s worth) but I do hope you click on the above links to subscribe to all my channels. They’re free and they make a difference.
It’s my pleasure to shower you with information that helps you understand men and find love. However, it’s a bit of a one-sided relationship, which is why I try to reveal so much of myself on the blog and

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Can You Change Your Man? (Q&A)

People can change, but they only change when they want to change, not because you want them to change. So, why would a man want to change? Because the value of making you happy is more important than the value of him digging in his heels. On this Love U Podcast, discover the four essential questions to when you want to change your man.
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Am I Being Selfish Wanting My Boyfriend to Show Me More Love and Affection?

My boyfriend and I have been dating for 8 years. He is a wonderful provider and feels that I should know he loves me by the things he does for me. I explained to him that I don’t feel loved because he barely touches me and he never gives me compliments. He said he’s not going to change. If I didn’t think he could do it, it would be one thing, but he did it when we first met. He said he loves me and I love him and I want to make it work, but I’m sick of being the only one trying. I’ve

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7 Sex Problems that Could Ruin Your Relationship

Between you and me and 10 million other people who read this blog: sex is important.
In a good marriage, sex is the icing, not the cake. But who wants a cake without icing?
You shouldn’t marry for great sex, but you must have good, regular sex to prevent the marriage from lapsing into a business partnership.
I’ve been with my wife for 10 years, and at this point, with two little kids, we have sex once a week. This is down from the “every time we saw each other” set-up from our first 2 years together, but more than many of our friends who also have kids.
Somehow, just by making a conscious effort to prioritize sex

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Ever Wonder Why You Bother Dating? Join My Webinar to Learn the Answer.

“Why Bother” syndrome – that feeling of wondering why one would continue to date when dating has brought you nothing but pain, confusion and disappointment.
I coined the term “Why Bother” Syndrome 6 years ago.
I created an entire week of videos about conquering it in Love U.
But whether you’re a casual reader or a private client, this subject always comes up – especially when you feel you’re doing the best you can, yet your best isn’t good enough.
Why bother, indeed?
You know the answer to that question, right?
Because it’s worth it. Because love is right around the corner. Because the alternative: to give up on men forever,

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[WEBINAR] Don’t miss the “3 Reasons You’re Guaranteed to Fall in Love and Live Happily Ever After”!

Summertime is upon us and I’m feeling optimistic about love right now.
Every week, I get emails from readers who are in love, engaged, or newly married. If you’re on my mailing list, you read them at the bottom of every newsletter, but today I want to appreciate all the women who share their moving stories with me. They’re not just paying forward their happiness for my sake; they’re trying to inspire you with positive energy and optimism.
I know it’s hard to put on a happy face when dating, relationships and men have done nothing but disappoint, but that’s exactly why I’m offering you a special

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Why People with Serious Passions and Hobbies Make the Worst Partners

Dear Evan,
I know that the most important things to look for in a man are his character and how he treats me. However, most of the guys I meet online have hobbies that include things like extreme hiking, skiing, biking, four-wheeling, etc. I understand every guy needs hobbies and that’s great but these guys always mention that they want a woman who shares their interests and I don’t like any of those things, in fact, I can’t do most of them because of health issues and lack of any athletic ability. I know I could just search for guys who are more low-key and into

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Is Your City the Reason You’re Single? Or Is It You?

Cosmopolitan recently posted a pretty page called The State of Dating, with a series of articles about, well, the state of dating. You can read about Instagram hookups, $5000 dating services, Tinder dates, and where to meet a guy who doesn’t suck.
But my favorite article was by Jada Yuan, a thirtysomething New Yorker who went to six different cites to experience what it was like to be single there: New Bern, NC, Miami, FL, Austin, TX, Sioux Falls, SD, Detroit, MI and Los Angeles, CA.
It’s a rollicking ride, filled with cute, if predictable dating mishaps for those who have been in the trenches for a

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Have the Relationship You Want – an interview with Rori Raye

Rori Raye is a wildly popular relationship coach for women who has impacted hundreds of thousands of lives over her storied career. She is the living embodiment of patience, intuition and feminine energy and I’m excited to share her teachings with you on this special Love U Podcast interview.
Click here to learn more about Rori, her coaches and being a Modern Siren!
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How Can I Stop Feeling That All Men Think Asian Women Are Subservient?

My question is about the racism I encounter in dating, which has essentially caused me to stop trying. I’m Asian American, and what I have consistently found is that when I am dating someone, once the relationship becomes committed, the tone of the relationship changes and suddenly I am asked or expected to perform subservient duties–cooking, cleaning, child care, pet care, all these kinds of things. I have asked my white female friends if this happens to them, and they have repeatedly said NO.
This behavior has come from educated, professional men. In every case, I’m pretty sure it had something to do with how they

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