The 411 on Online Dating Sites

I heard that there are over 40 million men and women looking for love online; this is more than the population of Canada (estimated population was 35,749,600 on April 1, 2015 – Stats Canada). According to match.com one out of five relationships start online.   With so many online profiles, you are bound to stumble upon …

Dating in the 21st Century 

      As Valentine’s Day is around the corner, for once I can say I am happily coupled. Previous to meeting my beau, dating was exhausting, and for those who say it is fun I believe they are either lying or in a relationship and suffering from “the grass is always greener syndrome”. Okay, I …

Narcissism – Clinical vs. Vanity

Narcissism – Clinical vs. Vanity I hear the words “narcissism” & “narcissist” used daily to describe someone.  I caution the use of these words to define someone’s personality, as the truth of the matter is Narcissism is more than a condition of arrogance or extreme vanity; it is one of the Borderline Personality Disorders and …

Tinder Surprise

A common question you may hear among singles is the question “Do you Tinder?”.  Well, I do Tinder and I give it two enthusiastic thumbs up!   I have found “Tindering” to be most delightful. Yes, it has the reputation of being a tool for picking up, but many of the profiles are looking for a relationship, or …

The Wonderful World of Online Dating

Long gone are the days of organic meetings or serendipitous encounters at a café or restaurant.  The past decade or possibly longer has been shopping for a potential mate via online dating sites, which seems to work very well for many, but not for all.  Not for me. I have a number of friends and …

The Benefits of a Broken Heart

I meant to post this blog on Valentine’s Day, but I thought I should allow the lovers of the world to enjoy this silly day without a “Bitter Betty” throwing fecal matter at love.  Two days later, and yes, I am here to tell you that there are copious benefits to a broken heart. Losing …