I’ve given plenty of advice on this blog, especially during my serial dating stint: Six Key Pieces of Dating Advice for Single Men Five Key Dating Tips for Single Women Five Unusual Tips for a Successful Long Distance Relationship How… Read More ›
Natural Progression in Relationships | Do What’s Right For You
Always remember, what’s a natural progression for you may be totally different or out of sync for someone else. Remember Oprah considered marrying her long-time beau Steadman Graham because after decades of dating, taking their relationship to the “next level”… Read More ›
The Dating Game – How Three Years of One-Off Dates Helped Shape My Perspective on Marriage
To be honest, I thought all those one off dates would somehow lead to marriage. I thought that three years of the single life and being super picky about who I spent time with would help me refine my tastes… Read More ›
Can You Pay My BILLS? No? Well You Are Not a Real Man.
Is it true that a man is only a real man if he can take care of his woman financially and provide for all her needs (I.e. bills, clothes, food, shelter, incidentals, etc.)? Never mind if he’s abusive. Can he… Read More ›
Women on Dating – the 30’s Versus the 40’s!
The dating environment is often rocky. That’s a given. Whether you meet men online or in bars. But when you’re single and mingling, whether successful at it or not, the one thing you must always remember is you – are… Read More ›
I Am Superwoman
I’ve been a mother since 16. Juggling school, a job – I worked at what was then calles Kentucky Fried Chicken on Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn, and a baby didn’t necessarily make me superwoman though. I was just a kid… Read More ›
A Few Things I Miss About the Single Life
Is it too premature for me to write about missing the single life? Not missing it as in – I wanna go back there. I had a good 3.5 year run at it. I mean missing it as in admitting… Read More ›
Mr. Dallas Wants to Pursue Me
We met online almost a year ago. My first thoughts centered on the hyperpigmentation on his cheekbones, his short neck, and tiny, pursed lips. His head and shoulders seemed to meet with not even a couple of inches in between…. Read More ›