Relationship Strategies

How to Find Your Niche in the Dating Market

July 31, 2015
How to Find Your Niche in the Dating Market

“Sell when you can: you are not for all markets” William Shakespeare, As You Like It Reader iamthepinkylifter recently left a comment describing her different success rates with men in different geographical markets:   i’m an east-coaster who has *dramatically* better luck with men in/from California. latin-american men LOVE me. they always have – ever since guys […]

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Boundaries vs. Ultimatums

July 29, 2015
Boundaries vs. Ultimatums

In a recent discussion about the biggest dating mistakes women make, some readers expressed confusion about the difference between setting boundaries and issuing ultimatums. Although the two strategies have similar goals in that they both seek to set limits, they’re opposite sides of the same coin, and they generally produce opposite results. The key difference is […]

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Good News Re Sex Trends for Millennials

July 23, 2015
Good News Re Sex Trends for Millennials

Lots of charty goodness for you today A new CDC study confirms that during the last 30 years, teen sex has dropped sharply, and birth control use has increased dramatically. (H/T: Marginal Revolution) One result is a massive 57% drop in the teen birth rate during that time, a very positive development. This is in keeping with […]

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How to Bring All the Boys to Your Yard

July 10, 2015
How to Bring All the Boys to Your Yard

FYI I’ll be away on family vacation for the next week and a half.  One of the most disheartening things women experience is the constant reminder that men are visual creatures and care more about looks than anything else. The cosmetics market in the U.S. alone generates $60 billion a year in revenue, offering products that promise […]

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In Defense of Labels

July 8, 2015
In Defense of Labels

Here’s an article at Yahoo that I contributed to and recommend: Who Needs Labels? In Defense of DTR (or Defining the Relationship) Whether you want more – or less – you’re better off being on the same page as the person you’re seeing.  

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