I'm 41, educated, funny, fairly attractive, and kind/courteous. Here's the problem: I was almost killed in a car wreck two years ago and my ankles and feet were crushed,...Read more Healthy love and compatibility in a budding relationship are wonderful qualities and can take you a long way.If your attitudes about money matters don’t match, however, warning bells instead of wedding bells could be ringing. Read more Over the course of my career, I have written a lot about misogyny, and I am always sensitive to it when I hear about it from clients or see it in my personal life.
Read more I was traveling recently, and met a couple who were clearly dating and seemed very much “in like” and heading towards “in love.” As I so often do, I started asking them all sorts of questions about how they met, and because of what I do, my interest... It took me three years to get over that relationship because...
Read more Dear Sara: A while back, I had a “come to Jesus” moment with a [single] friend/mentor when she was implying, yet again, that marriage is a sign of spiritual maturity. I said, "Tell me one thing a happily married woman (I decided...
Read more You are a powerful, smart, and driven woman.
You excel in your career, are a go-getter and a doer.
Almost every person has “sense of humor” high on the list of things they want in a partner.
You know, of course, what you like about another’s person ability to be funny. A friend I'll call "Ed" kept pushing me to contribute to my school's alumni fund.
But have you considered exactly why this quality makes YOU desirable? Read more While walking to a workout class, busily talking to my mom about my latest dating flop, she kindly reminded me that when the time is right, when the stars align, when the right person comes along, it won’t be so difficult to fall in love. The more he called me, the more stubborn I felt that my answer was, "No." I felt that not only did I lack the money necessary to contribute...
Read more Dear Sara: I'm in Seattle and dating here is brutal.
You’ve honed in on your masculine energy to help take charge but you find yourself burned out, tired, and out of balance.
When it comes to relationships, there are people who are successful at it. But in most cases, people can actually improve the relationships that they get into over time.
One way to do that is through personal development.