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“Save a boyfriend for a rainy day – and another, in case it doesn’t rain” – Mae West

Hello Single Friend,

Are you on the dating scene today?  Enjoying all of the dating apps? Being surprised by the willingness of perfect strangers to share intimate pics?

Me Too!

I find this new experience – the dating world – to be one of the most amazing, intriguing, debilitating, exciting, depressing, and a wide variety of other emotional adjectives that can describe the roller coaster of highs and lows explored while meeting someone new.  While chatting via a dating app and text are a great way to get to know someone.  It’s the slow, patient and deliberate path to getting to know myself in these exchanges that is becoming the most valuable relationship gained and lesson learned.

Along the way, I have learned that…

My exuberance for life can be misread as making myself too available.

My enthusiasm for getting to know someone new can be misread as lack of mystery.

My openness can be misinterpreted as excessive vulnerability.

Thankfully I am open to learn new lessons, gain new tools, and grow as a person.  The “teacher” that I’m talking about today is a lovely British gentleman by the name of Matthew Hussey.  Who knew that a guy would be teaching me how to talk to and relate to men?  I mean… it does make perfect sense, but I wonder if men feel betrayed that Mr. Hussey is revealing all of their secrets?

I appreciate that Matthew is sharing how to relate in a way that serves BOTH sexes.

Check out today’s video to hear first hand about my awkward, embarrassing, and uncomfortable personal dating experience.

Then go visit Matthew Hussey’s site – How To Get The Guy 

Or his YouTube channel to see him in action – How To Get The Guy YouTube

PS. The title for today’s blog post is unfinished…. here’s the rest of the quote “I need a man, like a fish needs a bicycle.”