Category Archives: relationships

05Mar/20
brain on limerence

The Science of Limerence

I have completed my first lesson on TED as one of their educators.

My first offering there is a lesson on limerence and the science behind being in love (and madly so).

It’s interesting to me that we are at a point in the world of science and biology that we can map the brain to determine where “feelings,” or more accurately stated, “drives,” come from within us.  Continue reading

14Feb/20
Valentine's Day Gift

Should You Contact Your Ex On Valentine’s Day?

When you have been broken up with, Valentine’s Day can be like fingernails down a chalkboard to your heart.

Watching all the commercials, seeing your co-workers or friends get flowers from their boyfriends or balloons and chocolate from their girlfriends.

In the video below, I answer the potentially perplexing question of whether or not you should contact your ex on Valentine’s Day. Some of you are possibly even considering giving a gift to your ex on Valentine’s Day hoping that such a gesture could rekindle their love toward you.

Watch the video below as I discuss whether contacting your ex on Valentine’s Day or giving them a gift would be helpful toward your desire of getting back together with them.

18May/19
no contact on men

Does No Contact Work On Men?

A lot of times I’m asked by coaching clients (and you can schedule a coaching call with me HERE) and clients will ask, does no contact work on men?

Be sure to watch my video above all the way through before or after you read this article.

And the answer is yes. No contact works extremely well to get an ex back, whether that’s a man or a woman and I’m not someone who pretends that men and women are the same in everything, and I think that, that concept is actually silly and unproductive.  Continue reading

13May/19

Why Women Like “Bad” Boys

We often hear that women like so-called bad boys.

That sentiment often comes from the bitter observations of men who see women pursuing and doting over men who seemingly don’t treat them well or who appear to have “issues.”

While at the same time, to the casual observer, so-called “nice guys,” are often rejected and turned away by women. Continue reading