The Love U Podcast with Evan Marc Katz
Dating apps are everywhere. Texting is ubiquitous. Hookup culture is rampant. If courtship isn’t dead, it’s surely on a respirator. And while I did a Love U Podcast episode called Why Men Should Court Women (which women loved),
You know the power of belief. Maybe you believe in God. Maybe you believe in your own inherent goodness. Maybe you believe that each day is a gift that should be lived to the fullest. To some degree, we ARE our beliefs. Unfortunately,
You had a good date. You’re open to seeing him again. He said at the end of the date he’d talk to you soon. And now you don’t know what to do.
Imagine going out with a man for three months. He texts you nearly every day. He sees you nearly every weekend. He’s really sweet. He compliments you often. The sex is great. There’s only one problem: you have no idea if you’re a couple.
You ever start dating a guy who was just a little...passive? He texts you but he doesn’t say that much. He stays in touch but he doesn’t ask you out. He takes you out on a nice date but he doesn’t make a first move. Is he just not that into you?
You’re struggling with your love life. You can find a guy who’s attractive. You can find a guy who treats you well. You can find a guy who wants to commit to you. You just can’t find them all in one package. But have you ever considered why?
As a dating coach for smart, strong, successful women, I...
Have you ever put your heart and soul into something? Have you ever had big dreams about what your life could look like? Have you ever placed your trust in others with no guarantee that things would work out? Chances are, the answer is yes.
You’ve been seeing a guy for three months. You like him a lot. He seems to like you just as much. The chemistry is great. The sex is stupendous. When he takes you out on dates, you have an amazing time - easy conversation, lots of laughter. Yet,
Rejection triggers feelings of anxiety, low self-esteem, deep questioning. It’s normal to have these thoughts after things don’t go right. The problem is when you start to internalize these thoughts. It’s not just a bad day or a bad break,