Tag: flirt

How to Flirt Effectively

December 13, 2010
How to Flirt Effectively

Of all the people you know, who is best at communicating their attraction to members of the opposite sex? Chances are it’s someone who: is extroverted is assertive is resilient has a history of success attracting all kinds of people These lucky few enjoy receiving attention and bestowing it on selective others. They experience rejection […]

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Jane Austen Explains It All For You

March 19, 2010
Jane Austen Explains It All For You

I’m traveling today, so I’m bringing you an older post that many of my newer readers will have missed. I originally called it Dating Advice From a Dead Virgin, and it didn’t generate a lot of traffic. Hmmm….maybe I should just have entitled it Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy. Either way, it’s still full of […]

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What Women Really Want From Men

October 14, 2009
What Women Really Want From Men

This list of 35 brutally honest truths will tell you what women really want from men. Let’s just say I’m trying to promote cross-cultural understanding. Think of this as an Instruction Manual. 1. Women don’t tell each other everything. We don’t share a lot of intimate sexual details. OK, if you’re hung like a stallion, […]

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Are You Fast, Good or Cheap?

October 12, 2009
Are You Fast, Good or Cheap?

The Concept of Fast, Good or Cheap? Psychologist Linda Young has written an article at Psychology Today that caught the attention of the largely dormant MBA part of my brain. She takes a Project Management construct and applies it to dating. It’s called Fast, Good or Cheap, and I think it works. The concept refers […]

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Understanding and Managing Jealousy

August 13, 2009
Understanding and Managing Jealousy

Jealousy is one of the most powerful and potentially destructive human emotions. When we feel jealous, we say that we are sick with it. Jealousy is the emotion that can make us feel like we’ve been punched in the stomach and had the wind knocked out of us without warning. It can feel like a […]

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