(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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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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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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How Character, Income and Education Impact Your Choices – And Your Success

I’m fascinated by social science, particularly as it explains how you can make smarter choices that lead to better life outcomes. I’ve written extensively about the proven virtues of waiting to have sex, taking a longer time to get married, and not having kids out of wedlock. This is not to say that having sex on a first date, getting married in one year, or having children without a husband is a guarantee of failure (it’s not!), but rather that, such choices, on the whole, produce worse outcomes.
The through-line between these questionable choices is instant gratification. Studies since the Stanford marshmallow experiment have shown that people with the

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4 Ways to Create Happiness and Well-Being (And Attract a Quality Man!)

I may be a dating coach as opposed to a life coach, but dating is part of life. As such, many of the same principles that work in dating work just as well in “real life.” Indeed, many clients have told me they’ve seen improvement in multiple areas of life: confidence, boundaries, communication and understanding other points of view.
For those very reasons, it’s always a pleasure to share an article about the most vexing of all subjects: happiness.
Life isn’t merely about avoiding suffering, but rather, about cultivating happiness.
Counter to what Freud believed, life isn’t merely about avoiding suffering, but rather, about cultivating happiness. So says Dr. Martin Seligman,

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Why Women Feel Guilty About Earning More Money

We’ve discussed men who resent women who make more money.
We’ve debated why women need men to make more money than their partners.
We’ve explored whether women look down on men who make less.
Today, we’re going to explore another variation – the pull between women being proud of their career success and feeling guilty about outearning their male partners. 
From an article on CNBC, “The feedback (women) receive from the culture is clear: Men should be earning more so that they can provide for their families, and if they don’t, it’s symptomatic of a problem. These messages produce an “almost unavoidable emotional and psychological consequence.” Women feel guilty. Men feel emasculated.
It’s

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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.
A new Love U Podcast every Wednesday.
Two free newsletters in your inbox every Tuesday and Saturday.
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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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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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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