The Bottom Line on Who Pays

Men-If you ask her out you should pay. If you don’t know her well (met online) it is perfectly acceptable to meet for coffee or one drink. You are not expected to buy someone you don’t know a meal. It is appropriate in 2017 to have a first date be a coffee date. If a woman is offended by this I suggest you move on and see that you dodged a bullet. Ladies-You should always offer to pay your half. It is a gesture that shows him that you do not expect him to pay. It shows that you respect him and yourself enough to make the effort. When he declines your half of the money simply say thank you. Men-If you like her after the coffee date invite her to dinner and you need to pay for the dinner. You are in the courting stages and should be...

Clueless to Couple

Thankfully, an ex boyfriend saw how much of a mess I was in my dating life and gave Jaimy, The Date Doctor my phone number at a networking event. I had no idea who she was or what her job entailed when she called me. After agreeing to meet with her and discuss my past dating rituals, I knew Jaimy was introduced to me for a reason. She has the best advice at the best times, but I didn't always follow it as I should. She watched me make mistake after mistake with different guys, over and over. She never judged me and just coached me through it. Finally, I decided to trust Jaimy and begin following her rules. She has tried to guide me for months now and she was able to see that I was ready to do this right. Soon after she texted me saying she met THE guy...

5 Things Singles Should NEVER Say!

No matter how frustrated you are saying these 5 things out loud or in your head won't help you find love! 1. I give up-Well if you really give up I can't really help you. 2. My love life is hopeless-That is because you keep convincing yourself it is. 3. I am not meant to find love-The only people not meant to find love are those who don't want it. 4. All the good ones are taken-That ridiculous! 5. I shouldn't have to change-Happy, healthy people are always looking to change, grow and be better people. You don't have to change to please a partner. Change because you are striving to be your best. These thoughts will attract negative, miserable people into your life. Do you want to join the "pity me" club or find love! If you are trapped in negative thinking mode snap yourself out of it! If you need some help the Date Doctor...

Moms and Men!

Singles Moms-I love that you adore your kids, they are your top priority and you are a terrific mother. But please ladies this doesn't need to be the first thing you say in your match profiles. It basically screams that you could be one of those moms who feels guilty whenever you aren't doing something for your kids. This sound a little weak and not very sexy. Dating Moms-Don't let your kids decide who you date. If your 8 year old hates the guy you bring home that is okay. Often young kids feel threatened by a new guy in the picture. Don't introduce them too early and validate their feelings. But if you know the guy is a good one it is best to trust yourself and make your own decisions. Moms in Committed Relationships-The biggest argument these couples have is about parenting. So often mothers try to protect their kids...

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding “3 Blind Dates”

1. Where do I recruit my clients? Craigslist (KIDDING)! I have been in business for 11 years and have database of over 2000 singles at my disposal, and the list grows bigger every day. Many singles found me from listening 96.5 TIC with Damon Scott. There are several meetup groups that promote my company. I host a few of these groups myself and even a few I don’t host promote my events. Our Facebook page is home to over 2,000 members and I am frequently providing our members with special discounts for events! To be honest, the number one way I recruit is through word of mouth. We typically host 1 or 2 singles events each week and our happy customers share their experience with their social circle. 2. How do you select my matches? It starts with my review of your deal breakers in your application. If I don’t have...