How Do I Get Over the Curse of Hot-Ex Boyfriend?

I’ve been reading your blog since my break up and it’s been really helpful in making me realize that my ex wasn’t right for me (he was the one who left me despite me trying to save our relationship). So many other dating articles tell me how to bring back even the coldest man to the loving guy he was at the beginning but I’m not buying into all that anymore. Exes are exes for a reason and we are no longer in contact nor in good terms.
However, I think I’ve been hit with the curse of the hot ex-boyfriend. At times, I panic thinking

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Fuck First, Names Later. Is Icelandic Casual Sex Better Than American Dating Culture?

Ah, casual sex…
Back when I was depressed, unemployed, and poor, it was the greatest source of joy in my life. Now, it’s the bane of my existence. Not because I miss it, but because half of all questions I get come from women who are sleeping with men without commitment and wondering why they’re so unhappy.
Not because I miss it, but because half of my reader questions come from women who are sleeping with men without commitment and wondering why they’re so unhappy.
Instead of offering my opinion as I’ve done so many times before, I’m going to turn to Iceland, as I’ve never ever done

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The Art of Charm – an interview with A.J. Harbinger

The Art of Charm podcast is a BIG deal. Which is why I’m proud to interview co-founder A.J. Harbinger here on the Love U Podcast. A.J. shares universal tips for both women and men about how to create connection, be a good conversationalist, overcome social anxiety and develop confidence. You don’t want to miss this.
Click here to access the Art of Charm toolbox.
Click here to take the Art of Charm 30 Day Challenge.
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Should I Continue Seeing a Separated Man Whose Divorce is Nowhere in Sight?

It feels so good to have found you: your advice on your YouTube videos has felt like a soothing guide to my soul.
I am going on 4 months dating a man who has been legally separated for over 3 years. He asked me 2 weeks ago for a relationship, to be committed, exclusive, and only then, were we intimate for the first time last weekend. I mentioned how I feel about being intimate with a man who still has a dating profile up and last night I took mine down, told him, and he said he is doing the same. He has booked a

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Why Men Aren’t Speaking Up About the #MeToo Movement

I scrolled through my NewsFeed and read through the names.
It was overwhelming. Shocking. Soul-crushing.
The old co-worker who is an animal and human rights activist.
The founder of a teen literacy program.
The woman who works at a prominent tech company.
The CEO of a Silicon Valley start-up.
The former model who runs a high-end lifestyle brand.
The girl I went to summer camp with in the early ‘90s.
The woman who is dating my brother-in-law.
The entertainment lawyer who danced with me at a friend’s wedding.
Louisette Geiss, one of the women who accused Harvey Weinstein.
Hundreds of women. My friends. And I didn’t know what to say.
I wanted to express my support.
I didn’t

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How to Deal with your Ex

You may still love and miss your ex, but that doesn’t mean he should be a part of your life. That’s the message of this Love U Podcast, in which I give you six ways to make a clean break from your former boyfriend. One thing’s for sure: I DEFINITELY don’t tell you how to get him back.
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My Long-Distance Boyfriend Has Met Someone Else but I Still Love Him. Help!

I’ve found myself in a difficult relationship position and I would like your advice. I met my boyfriend 18 months ago. He’s 37, I’m 33. He was a little reluctant at first as I have a child with someone else. However, we started dating and everything worked. He was keen. He locked me down in a relationship pretty quickly. There was no vagueness or uncertainty about what he wanted. Me. And I felt the same. We had a good, solid real relationship.
A year in he received a job offer that meant him returning back to his home country, 12,000 miles away. He decided to

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Do You Distrust Men Who Are Trustworthy?

“It’s full trust or no trust.” 
You’ve heard me say this before but it bears repeating before you read today’s article.
As always, I’m not telling you to trust an untrustworthy man.
I am telling you two important things:

If you can’t trust him, dump him.
It’s not a man’s job to “earn” your trust. Trust is given and then lost, the same way one is innocent until proven guilty. If a man’s never done anything wrong to you, you can’t make him “prove” he’s a trustworthy guy.
If you treat a trustworthy man as if he’s untrustworthy, he will not be your man for long. No more than you’d stay

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Are Gender Stereotypes True?

Aggression. Rape. Murder. Dominance. With which gender do you associate those words? One more question: does that make you sexist? I don’t think so. Tune into this week’s Love U Podcast to hear why men and women are different and how stereotypes don’t apply to everyone.
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My Boyfriend Sexted Another Woman. Should I Give Him Another Chance?

I’ve been dating my boyfriend for almost 2 years now, and recently I couldn’t shake this feeling that something was going on. I don’t know if it’s women’s intuition, or what, but I snooped. After 6 weeks of asking him if something was bothering him at work, if something was bothering him between the two of us, etc., I finally gave in as I knew something was just off.
I found pictures that he and a girl had been exchanging for the past 6 weeks, who is someone that he works with. I feel like I have been cheated on, and I unleashed hell on

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