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5 Five Ways To Avoid Being Catfished While Online “Dating”

Catfish are a serious problem in online dating. Catfish are people who pretend to be someone they are not online. They create false IDs in social media and dating sites in order to pursue deceptive online romances. They can string people on for years and apparently, have no remorse for their actions. They steal other people’s photos,… Read More ›

Face it! He’s Giving Off Clues He’s Just Not That Into You

A few years ago, Sex and the City writer, Greg Behrendt wrote a brilliant book called “He’s Just Not That Into You” to help women figure out what was going on with men. Greg got the idea to write a book after he wrote that line for the show. When the female cast and crew heard the line, it shocked them… Read More ›

We Don’t Need Any Men in Our Town

In August 2012 a reality show premiered on Lifetime: The Network for Women. It’s about a small town where they take out all the women to see how the men do in their absence. It’s called “The Week The Women Went.” The producers are calling it the greatest social experiment ever documented. I expected to see bumbling men floundering… Read More ›

5 Ways Your Online Dating Profile Will Keep You Single Forever

I started reading women’s online profiles from dating websites after discovering male bloggers were mercilessly mocking them. I wanted to see for myself just how bad women’s profiles were. They were terrible. If I was a man I wouldn’t date any of you ladies. You all clearly have no clue about men. Ladies, this is some… Read More ›

You’ve Been Unceremoniously Dumped. Should You Go Psycho?

You’ve been seeing each other for a few months, maybe years. You’re in a committed relationship and you think things are going great. You receive a text from him, “I want to get my things out of your place asap.” WHAT?! Why?? It’s over?! How can that be? Your thoughts race as you try to… Read More ›

How To Write A Dating Profile To Attract A DECENT Man

Since I started reading women’s online dating profiles, I realize women are clueless about men. I’ve blogged about what men don’t want. This time I’m discussing what they do want. When you are trying to meet men through online dating, you need to sell yourself, not list your impossible-to-meet requirements. Think about it this way: dating… Read More ›

How To Attract a Man

I have come to realize from reading lists of unrealistic requirements for a man, and women’s ridiculous online dating profiles, that women don’t know jack about men. I’m shocked since there are books about men galore, and talk shows discuss relationships ad nauseum. Somehow women aren’t getting the message. Women of all ages don’t seem… Read More ›

If You’re Over 45—And Want A Man—You’re Going to Have to do Certain Things, Whether You Like it Or Not

The recent “Crazy Cat Lady” blogger got me thinking. (She’s the one who wrote the insanely ridiculous “non-negotiable list” for her next man. My post on that is here.) I guess women have no idea what the reality is for a woman over 45 years old in the dating world. It’s time for a reality check…. Read More ›

You’re Going to End Up A Crazy Cat Lady!

I stumbled across a blog from a single middle-aged woman looking for love and was struck by the lengthy “non-negotiable list” of demands her next non-existent man was going to have to meet. She explained she had bad relationships in the past, and she wasn’t going to “settle” for anything less than everything she wanted. She went into… Read More ›

Screw Trust. You Need to be Watching Your Man Like a Hawk

Some bloggers responded to my post “He Doesn’t Want to be Your Effing Friend!!” with statements about how you just need to trust your partner. Wrong. We’re always told in order to have a healthy relationship you must trust your partner. It would be great to trust your partner—whether it’s a man or woman. The fact is, you shouldn’t. Trust… Read More ›

“Nice Guys” Should Finish Last

Remember the post I did about Tommy Lee, and why women are hot for him? See it here. I explained how “nice guys” are often socially clueless dorks, and that’s why women aren’t into them. This story illustrates my point: When I was in college, there was this geek who made awkward attempts to date me…. Read More ›

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