Q: Hey Pella, I've had 4 dates with a guy named Matthew whom I met at a party...
Q: Dear Pella, Now I'm sort of dating these 2 guys...
Imagine you are really hungry. You skipped breakfast and lunch. It’s 3 PM and your stomach is screaming “Feed me, feed me!”
Q: Dear Pella, When is it okay to start asking questions about your date's hopes and plans for the future?
Q: Dear Pella, A J-Dater has corresponded via J-Date email back and forth five times...
Questions to ask yourself before committing for the long haul.
When I work with a new client, one of the first things I help them determine is their attachment style.
The heartache - or the relief - at the end of a relationship.
There’s a syndrome going around among many of my clients that is as normal as the common cold. I’ve dubbed it Dating Fatigue Syndrome.
Written by my client Jennifer, used with written permission.
My client Isabelle* is a beautiful 45 year old woman.
I’m sharing about my personal story today. It’s vulnerable to write about it, but I think it’s really important for you to know, so I’m going for it even though it's a little scary. Thanks for reading with an open heart.
The holidays can be a really lonely time when you’re single.
We've all been there.
That awkward dinner, painful phone call, or even the surprising email (true story).
1. There is nothing wrong with being single.
It is possible to have a full life while single and that is a legitimate choice. Some people choose this for certain periods of time, some for the long term.
It's hard to stay inspired to keep dating if you are in a place of hopelessness or fear. If you're sure you're not going to get what you want, why bother?
First of all, let's define what we're talking about. What do I mean when I say "self-care?"
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