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Truth or Consequences

by Michele Fleming on Jul 28th, 2014

Dear Michele, I think I know the answer to this, but is it okay to stretch the truth a little to show my best light on my profile, kinda like how I would on my resume? I mean, too much information too soon is never good, right? I figure when I meet the right guy, I can tel...

Am I a Gold Digger?

by Michele Fleming on Jul 7th, 2014

Dear Michele, I have a very clear picture of what I want my future marriage and family to look like. Well, I don’t mean “look” in terms of beauty, I mean that I know I will want to be a full time mom. Is that too much to ask? I don’t care too much abou...

How To Find Amazing People

by John Antonio on Jun 27th, 2014

“How can I find someone amazing?” I hear that question a couple times a month from a client or chat session. If I had an easy formula for finding amazing people I’d probably be on Forbes, own a mega-dating network called “ Amazing Matches ”, or at ...

Doing the Right Thing

by Michele Fleming on Jun 25th, 2014

Dear Michele, I am having a very hard time “doing the right thing” when it comes to my dating life . Sometimes it’s as bad as sleeping with a date when I know I don’t want to marry her. Other times it’s as simple as not calling a woman back when I ...

Dating in Your Fifties and Sixties

by Michele Fleming on Jun 19th, 2014

Welcome to an elite club! I know, it may not be the club you expected to be in at this stage of your life, but it’s a varied and diverse group of people who have the opportunity to experience love in a new and exciting way. Dating in your fifties and sixties involves ...

Let It Go

by Jacqueline von Zwehl on Jun 12th, 2014

One of my rituals I always look forward to is Girl's Night out. A group of four of us have been meeting for dinner about once a month for years now. Over the years two of us have gotten married and have kids, one member of our group has been in a steady relationship fo...

The New Romance

by John Antonio on Jun 8th, 2014

This summer I’ve already learned three lessons about the “new romance”. The dynamics of date night and courtship are changing. It started when I flew down to New Orleans to reminisce with friends and learn how to roast Sweet Maria’s coffee beans. Sitting ...

Do you like Dinosaurs?

by John Antonio on May 26th, 2014

I’m generally accepting about my single life peppered with random dates. It’s the social pressure to be in a relationship that really gets to me. This usually happens when I spend time with my 4-year-old niece. First, there was our visit to the children’s mu...

What To Learn from Dating in Your Thirties and Forties

by Michele Fleming on May 16th, 2014

So the good news about dating in your thirties and forties is by now you likely know who you are and what you like, but you are still flexible enough to allow new experiences and new people into your life. And hopefully by now, the “games” in dating have stopped o...

Top 10 Ideas for that "Big First Date" - No. 7

by Patricia Delaney-Nevarez on May 9th, 2014

Spring is in the air so what better time to engage in the great outdoors than on your next big date. Instead of bringing your date flowers, why not bring her or him "to" the flowers. Often times we forget that the simplest of activities such as walking through be...



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