Quick Tips for Match.com

I am one of the many who can actually say that match.com works! I met my husband 9 years ago on this site and I even have a match.com baby who is about to turn 3. Why does it work so well for some and not others? The most obvious reason is attitude! Many folks have decided prior to even creating their profile that it will never work. And with that attitude they are absolutely correct! But it you can go into it with a positive attitude than these tips will make all the difference. Here goes...

Some Guys Will Never Change

Brad Paisley's girlfriend (girlfriend in the video) played it just perfect. She said, "I would have to choose If I hit that fishin' hole today she'd be packin' all her things and she'd be gone by noon". And as you can see she left! Much better than just nagging and bitching at him all the time. Here is the deal ladies, if there is ever a chance he is going to change he will only get there if he see you won't accept the annoying behavior. Be tough and clear and let him know what your deal breakers are. Avoid the nagging or he will just think you are nuts. In the case of Brad, he was never going to change! So funny how he has seconds thoughts of running back to her but the waters right and the weathers perfect. Well now she knows for sure that this guy...

Mom, Please!

I remember dating when I was in high school and college. My mom loved to embarrass me any chance she could! I was dating this guy from college and he was coming for a visit over the summer break. I pleaded with my mom to act "normal". C'mon mom just pretend you are making dinner, I would request. She said sure and proceeded to pick up the phone and pretend to be ordering take out. That is not as bad as the night she actually did attempt to cook dinner for one of my boyfriends. My dad describes the meatloaf recipe best. Take hamburg, shape in square, cook til burnt, serve cold. Even funnier is when I brought a guy home just months after my college graduation. We pulled up to mom's beautiful house on the beach. Mom thought she would be funny and hang my huge "Congratulations Jaimy" sign across...

Toby Keith Says it Best!

It is so disappointing when you are on a date with someone that seems terrific and they just don't shut up! I am quite sure guys are laughing at this, but I can assure you it happens to the ladies as well. It looks like this...

Breaking up!

So if I hear through the grapevine that a woman I’ve dated twice feels I “left her hanging” by not calling for a third date, even though I thought it was evident that the chemistry wasn’t there on the 2nd date. I’ll probably e-mail or call again. So as a woman/dating guru, do you prefer/recommend (a) a blatant statement that the chemistry isn’t there or (b) a relatively short, but nice e-mail that doesn’t ask her out again? I’ve had some hurt feelings over both kinds in past years. I’ve certainly learned that trying to discuss the reasons why there’s no chemistry is a no-no after just a few dates. (The burnt hand teaches the best) Quite simply after 2 dates you are not required to provide a formal breakup! After 2 dates and no chemistry you just slip away. Sure the other person...

Am I a Jerk?

I had a first date 2 weeks ago with a girl that I like. Our schedules were tricky and our next date is to be this weekend. Since then I met another the girl at a speed dating event that has knocked my socks off. Everything was just perfect and I want to pursue this. I can't get her off my mind and would love to be going out with her this weekend. But I worry about hurting the other girl and to complicate things my neighbor set us up. I think she was really looking forward to our date as her life is quite hectic. Do I do the right thing and take her out and miss a chance to go out with this new love interest of mine? Ok Mr. Stud, I hate to sound too harsh but I am speaking for all women when I respond to this...

How Long Should I Wait?

I have been on a 6 dates with this great guy over the past 2 months. The other night while we were talking he said that he likes me a lot. So I asked him what I needed to do to make him want to spend more time with me? His reply was let me come to you. I haven't called or texted him now in 5 days and I have not heard from him either how long should I wait before I move on and try to meet someone new or should I give him a little more time and space. Waiting...

Dating when your family is crazy

Stephanie writes…My family is a little crazy. You know that typical loud Jewish family. We are hilarious and I think my sister and I could have our own reality show. How soon do I bring a guy home to meet them? I don’t want to scare him away but as you can imagine my Yenta Mom is always kvetching to meet any date! Stephanie 44 years old from Stamford CT You’re funny Stephanie! I could say the same about my hilarious family. I remember the day I brought a boyfriend home and my mom pulled out the old congratulations sign from my college graduation and hung it on the door. Fortunately, my date found humor in this! I also remember waiting for a date to pick me up back in my college days. As he pulled in the driveway I said to my family, “quick act normal, pretend to make dinner”. My...

Tongue Tied Mike

My first question comes from Mike… I met her on match.com and the first date was perfect! We connected, laughed and had a great time. Then it was time to say goodbye. I went in for the kiss and it was as awkward as you can imagine. My question is… Can a bad first kiss ruin a perfect first date. Tongue Tied Mike 43 Central, CT Hi Mike, first let me say that I am so happy you used match.com as a venue for meeting girls and congratulations on having a successful date! Wow, you really like this girl or you wouldn’t even be worrying about that kiss. So that is a good sign. And not in a million years could this ruin a perfect date! Ok, if you actually bit the girls tongue off we might have a problem. But if she is already into you than she will be able to...



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