On my television show, Love At First Swipe, I was able to share tips with millions of singles to help them move their love lives in a positive direction.
I'm delighted to be able to work one-on-one with clients at TDR providing personalized support and expert tips to help them grow while finding love! I'll go right up to them and ask if they're single and ask to do a matching meeting.
To have any hope of bridging the gargantuan chasm between us, I’m going to have to reveal something about my life, and it’s going to be embarrassing.
Not meant as a criticism of feminism, so much as of a certain way of operationalizing feminism. In my heart, there is a little counter that reads “XXX days without a ten-thousand word rant about feministm.” And I had just broken three digits when they had to go after Scott Aaronson.
For those of you who don’t know, Scott Aaronson is one of the nicest, smartest, and most decent people there are.
—is approximately where I get off the train, because it’s so alien to my actual lived experience.
But I suspect the thought that being a nerdy male might not make me “privileged”—that it might even have put me into one of society’s least privileged classes—is completely alien to your way of seeing things.
With some date coaching, confidence boosting, and evaluation into what wasn't working, she achieved amazing personal growth and ended up with lots of second and third dates.