If you want to find love, if you want to be a better dater and attract better people, you must first become a better YOU. On this week's episode, we're borrowing from the world of self-improvement and personal growth to help you become the best version of yourself. You are the most important mover of your chances in love, and clinical psychologist Dr. Terry Simpson will be joining us with insights to show you how to move in the right direction, and make love happen.
On this week's DONE BEING SINGLE, we're dating single parents. We're dealing with their emotional baggage, custody issues, and challenges of blending families. We're also loving them. Here's the deal: If you're a single parent, or dating one, be prepared for the worst, the best, and everything in between. Preparing you with expert insight and guidance to handle it all, is Monica Hurt, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and former single parent herself.
They say a good man is hard to find, but we know for a fact they're out there--in all shapes, ages, and sizes, and unlike unicorns, they really do exist. Even if you're over 50, it's possible to find a good man, you just need to know how. We've got just the person to show you: Lisa Copeland, internationally recognized love coach and dating expert for women over 50.
When dating websites aren't cutting it, when dating apps can't get the job done, when you're striking out IRL, it's time to bring in the big guns. Hiring a matchmaker or dating service, can be the smartest move you can make. Picking up where traditional apps leave off, matchmakers come with curated clients, personalized attention, and custom matches. One of the best in the business, Kailen Rosenberg, joins us this week to discuss the truth about matchmaking, and the secrets to finding love online and off.