“Our future.” Beginnings of relationships serve us well. We connect with hope, we trust the other person, we form a partnership. He is not perfect, he is far from ideal, he may or may not be “right” for you. The stronger the physical chemistry, the more addictive the sex, the higher the pedestal. I’m a champion daydreamer, but I’ve learned to be careful to overindulge in ruminations, fantasies or unrealistic projections of any kind, especially in the early stages of infatuation. If this emotional connection is only felt by the woman, turmoil is inevitable. Whether in a relationship or not, solitude is a fact of life. But, at the end of the day, the truth is: we are alone, whether we are “single” or coupled. If we’re lucky, we find a relationship that promotes mutual growth and lasts beyond the first date. It can cause unhealthy projections, seemingly tricking us into falling for douchebags. If you’re sleeping with someone, whether you think it’s meaningful or not, you are creating a connection.This is what readers say: 'I have read many books about relationships and dating, but The Tao of Dating is one of a kind, so different and mind-blowing in its common sense and simplicity that it is impossible to put it down once you start reading.' 'Well, where shall I start? I can think of no better praise.' '1.5 reads of the book in and I can honestly say that I not only have a clear sense of the basic things that I was doing that were completely throwing off the dynamic with these men, but that I now have simple, quite beautiful little tools in mind when I'm interacting with men that make me properly excited to date.
I give it all to you in a progression of small, easy steps that put the fun back in dating, plus the science and reasoning behind it so you can trust where it all comes from.the results, for me, were dramatic: I now feel like I have my pick of the litter a slew of fabulous guys who all clamor for my attention.' I believe that smart, successful women CAN have it all -- both a great career AND a rich, warm, fulfilling love life. See -- smart women like yourself were having unfulfilling love lives on an epidemic scale when I was an advisor at Harvard. Partially because I'm not your grandma, and partially because the 21st century poses unprecedented challenges to the modern woman.They either couldn't find the right guy, were with the wrong guy, had relationships that didn't last, or had given up on dating entirely. With a high-powered career, it may seem that there just isn't time for love.This is all the wisdom I have gleaned about partnerships, dating, sex, love and romance over the past 16 years. How simultaneously empowering and pathetic: My entire love life can be summarized in mere paragraphs. Friendship means things in common, compassion, mutual respect. THE SECRET I LEARNED FROM 5000 WOMEN'S LETTERSCan you summarize the book for me in a minute? Well, 5000 or so letters I've received from women readers on their dating woes can all be boiled down to this: Does my butt look good in these pants? Everyday TV and other media specialize in portraying women as cheap and disposable. Just by reading it, one is restored to one's own heart. I have read many books about relationships and dating, but The Tao of Dating is one of a kind, so different and mind-blowing in its common sense and simplicity that it is impossible to put it down once you start reading.People have asked me that question hundreds of times. Well, ok THE SECRET I LEARNED FROM 5000 WOMEN'S LETTERSCan you summarize the book for me in a minute? Well, 5000 or so letters I've received from women readers on their dating woes can all be boiled down to this: Does my butt look good in these pants? Thanks to this specific book, I went from having a nonexistent dating life, with empty weeks stretching ahead, to being booked every night of the week...I'm committed to helping you become the most deliriously happy and fulfilled version of you, and am glad to be of service.Some topics of interest that I cover in The Tao of Dating: *The dilemma of the career-oriented woman*How to embrace your inner goddess *Why men are so damn horny *Why you need to kill the prince *The perfect guy vs.Treat each experience as new and minimize judgment. You let go when the time comes to move on, whether it is death or divorce that drives you apart. I didn’t listen to my gut and end the relationships, so usually the guy did. How many more times are we going to ignore its truth? Unless you connect sufficiently and authentically with your partner on all four levels of being: physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual, a vibrator is a hell of a lot simpler and more effective!