Saturday, January 19, 2019

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A really good topic, don’t you think? Well, let’s start with some stats.

According to some of the latest reports, the amount of all men who never marry past the age of 44 is roughly 21%, for women it’s 15%. Our nations divorce rate is ever-changing, but Wikipedia states that the overall numbers in the 21st century have decreased compared to the 1990’s. In 2010, it was 48 % under the age of 18, 29% between 18-19, 29% between 20-24, and 24% over the age of 25. This draws opposition to the well-used statement that “over half of all marriages end in divorce.” Clearly, the numbers decline... Read More

1. Start by losing the losers.

If you want to find your soul mate, you must be available and not involved with people who aren’t right for you. Staying available is hard for a lot of singles, but necessary for finding the love of your life.

2. Ok, available now. Next…are you “ready?”

Any unfinished business that might sabotage your next relationship? Legal, financial, emotional, kids, ex, employment? Get it handled!

3. Next, make a list of your top five “requirements.”

Requirements are non-negotiable deal-breakers; what you must have or must not have in... Read More

In a new trend, singles are becoming increasingly disillusioned with internet dating and seeking alternatives. With millions of singles using the internet, and the promises and success stories of online matchmaking websites, I’ve heard the same thing over and over from singles across the country who are frustrated with internet dating:

“It’s great to have a lot of choices, but it takes a lot of time and I don’t seem to meet anyone I have much chemistry with.”

This trend makes sense to me. In some ways, using a computer to find your soul mate is like trying to cook a soufflé... Read More

One of the hardest things for me to accept is I create my own outcomes, whether I like them or not, my failures, as well as my successes.

I swore when I got married it would be for life; yet I’ve been married and divorced once. I wish it were different, but that is the reality I must accept about my life, and since I made my relationship choices, I can’t blame my ex, my mother, father, or anyone else for my outcomes.


I strongly believe in taking ownership for my life, choices, and outcomes, so much so that I call it The Most Important Relationship Skill.... Read More

That one gaze makes all the difference. Whereever you are, the magical glance, as it broods over you, simply makes time stand still. You are floored; your heart pounds and you wonder is that love. Yes that’s love, the most sought after feeling to share with. You begin to dance, you are overjoyed and all these feelings orchestrates you’re dancing mood into sheer ecstasy of love.

Nights are spent gazing stars; words are scribbled over the paper and imagination stretches to reach out those gazing eyes. You are possessed. As you close your eyes, the bonds become much stronger and all that... Read More

Dear Coach Scott,

I am twenty-nine year old male, and a successful investment manager. I am in excellent shape, love the great outdoors, enjoy cooking and volunteering my time. The time has arrived for me to start dating and looking for love. But I have a problem: where do I meet potential partners? Can you help?


Looking For Love

Dear LFL,

Yes, I can help! In Conscious Dating, we teach singles all about places where you can scout and screen potential partners. These places are called attraction venues. By being consciously aware of attraction... Read More

Though many people have been successful finding their life partner through personal ads or online profiles, this should be just one of many strategies you can employ to find your life partner. Your personal profile can be very useful to connect with people, expand your social network, and to practice your sorting skills.

There are at least two approaches to writing personal profiles: the “Marketing” approach in which you aim for quantity by writing to attract as many responses as possible so you can sort them; and the “Selective” approach where you design your ad to sort for you and... Read More

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