Men and Relationships

Some thoughts about the upcoming Halloween holiday this week could turn us toward the effect of your attire - and costumes in particular, on your attractiveness to men, and what their costumes say about them.

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Inception: The Fourth Level of a Man's Mind

I’m going to assume that many of you have seen the mind-bending movie, “Inception,” with Leo DiCaprio. I was whetting your appetite for Inception in last week's newsletter, and implied that there is something pretty profound in there for you to learn, not just about your dating life, but your own personal growth too. Did you ever stop to think about how many parallels there are in science?
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Will & Kate's Courtship Advantage

The British royal wedding between William and Kate offers a chance to reflect on what makes a lasting romantic relationship, in part because we all know how the last big royal marriage ended up.

Can we learn anything by comparing Will and Kate to Charles and Diana?

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Our personal boundary has immense power. We hear people talk about this power in the vaguest sense, as in “people need to have boundaries,” or “that woman needs to get some boundaries,” or “that man needs some limits set on him.” But we have very little concept of what a “boundary” is. It makes sense: boundaries are invisible. Let’s take a quick journey into the skills and powers that having a personal boundary affords us. 

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Let the Mystery Lead You to Mr. Right

The night begins with a great dinner and tons of easy conversation and an attraction for the guy sitting across the table that makes you hopeful for more than a handshake at the end of the night. The date ends and the kiss you were hoping for was sweet enough to leave you with a feeling that he will call again.  Seems perfect, right? 

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Do You "Roll the Dice" to Choose a Mate?

Einstein famously was quoted as saying, "God doesn't roll dice." Well with the preponderance of online dating services and the recent reporting on them (some of which you can preview below), we might have something to worry about going on online.

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The Ups and Downs of "Googlie-eyed" Love

We've all been there before - fallen hard for the object of our desire. It was most likely in secondary school for most, the first time it happened, but can occur at any time in one's lifetime. "Falling hard" in love is called "limerance" by psychologists, which means "dreamy" at its root, but is an evolutionarily protective, needed, and at once, hazardous condition of being human. And of having the capacity for love.

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