(My Gift to You!) The 8 Massive Mistakes You’re Making in Relationships

Have you ever thought there was something wrong with you?
After years of dating, it feels like there are only 3 outcomes – all of them bad.

He wants to have sex, but doesn’t want to commit.
He commits quickly, but then pulls away a few weeks/months later.
He becomes your boyfriend and you discover he’s not the man you thought.

You’re a smart, strong, successful woman. You’re nobody’s fool.
So how does this keep happening to you, over and over?
More importantly, how can you make sure that when you find another promising man, you don’t repeat the same mistakes of the past?
In my special report, the 8 Massive Mistakes You’re

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Should I Keep Faking Orgasms to Build My Man’s Confidence?

I have found the perfect man on paper but he has NO confidence in the bedroom. The sex is terrible, between his anxiety and my health issues. He has so much anxiety that he needed pills to get it up. So, after dating 6 months I finally started faking it so his confidence is better but I have never gotten off. I have tried directing, suggesting toys, etc. He finally bought toys but is now so nervous to use them he is avoiding sex altogether.
To add to it, I had cancer and have had a hysterectomy and double mastectomy and haven’t had sex with anyone

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Good morning

I’m giving this bizarre “regular blogging” thing a go. At
least I am today! The weekend was pretty uneventful. I was still tired and
pretty out of it so I stayed close to home. I went to the farmer’s market on
Saturday and then tackled the job of re-hanging some of my pictures in the
living room. When I got the new TV and new furniture, I moved everything around
and the art didn’t work where it was anymore. This is a job on my long-term
list. I’ve been crossing things off and this was the next one. The first one I
tackled was pulling my oldest bike from the basement, cleaning

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Daily pages

I keep thinking about the blog. Most of the people I started with--the people I met through blogging--stopped long ago. Or they changed their blogs and I didn't keep up. Or they are once-a-year posters similar to me. I read something recently about how as a writer it's a good practice to write three pages a day, first thing, no judgment, no purpose, just words on a page. I tried once. I don't know what I need or what my aim is. Then today I thought, the blog is my "three pages." It's where I go to put things down and sort things out. It

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I Think My Husband Is Having an Affair But I Don’t Want to Learn More

Since writing “Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough,” in 2010, friend of the blog Lori Gottlieb has dedicated herself to being a therapist.
Recently, she landed a gig at New York Magazine, putting her talents to great use, in a weekly column called “What Your Therapist Really Thinks.” Her writing is across-the-board superb, so I wasn’t sure what I wanted to share with you, but I thought this would be a great entry point to her work.
In a piece called “Is My Husband Having an Affair?” Gottlieb cuts to the heart of things. The letter writer is a woman who really doesn’t want

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The Breakup Doctor – an interview with Kevin Kurgansky

Sensitive, smart, and spiritual are the first three words I’d used to describe Kevin Kurgansky. While he’s a young guy, he is an explorer who has channeled his wisdom into a best-selling breakup program. If you’re struggling to get over a guy, you don’t want to miss this.
Click here to get your prescription from the Breakup Doctor.
Want to be a guest on the Love U Podcast? Click here to ask a question. 

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Is “Believe in Love” Helpful to Someone in a Healthy, Happy Relationship?

I want to thank you for the amazing work you so generously provide to those lucky enough to have found your work. Over a year ago I bought “Why He Disappeared” and after reading and re-reading it, I finally had the courage to end my 12-year relationship with my on-again, off-again boyfriend.
Since devouring your newsletters,searching your blog posts and going back to “Why He Disappeared,” for the past 8 months I’ve been in the healthiest and happiest relationship I’ve ever been in. Like so many of your readers often state, my boyfriend is unlike anyone I’ve dated in the past, and someone I may not

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My 3 Favorite Mind Hacks (Try One!)

When I realized that I was dating too much and couldn’t settle down on one partner, I read The Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz and it enabled me to choose my wife.
When I noticed I was burning myself out with too many hours coaching on the phone, I invested in a business coach who helped me hire an assistant and create a product.
When I discovered I couldn’t wear my size 33 jeans any longer, I reached out to a personal trainer who ensured I stayed motivated and didn’t get hurt.
I’m grateful there are so many resources to help me improve and optimize.
But what about

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The 8 Agreements About Sex

You want to know what guys think about sex? Just ask. Tune in to hear my 8 agreements about sex and you will be a LOT less frustrated with men.
Want to be a guest on the Love U Podcast? Click here to ask a question. 

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Is Your Childhood Sabotaging Your Ability to Find Your Perfect Partner?

I’m a science guy, not a faith guy.
A reality guy, not a wishful thinking guy.
A take-ownership guy, not a pray to the universe guy.
If I can’t see it, touch it or read a double-blind study verifying it, I tend to be skeptical of it.
I know that puts me out of step with most of society, since most people are believers in something: God, a higher power, “spirit,” nature, or one of the world’s many religions.
Honestly, it sometimes makes me question:
What am I missing? Why haven’t I been given the gift of faith?
I can’t quite answer that, but I can continue to question my own (lack

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