Evan Marc Katz review: Why Love U by Evan Marc Katz made me angry

September 2017: Important, timely information… like, NOW!

All the single ladies
All the single ladies

Now put your hands up
For this webinar, yup
To see what Evan’s all about

He gotta a FREEBIE for you
To show what he can do
And I’m tellin ya DON’T MISS OUT!

‘Cause if you liked it then you shoulda put a click on it
If you liked it then you shoulda put a click on it
Don’t be mad with me if you veer off it
If you liked it then you shoulda put a click on it

Oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh

In all seriousness, though…

Single ladies, please click on this link and enter your details for Evan’s epic FREE webinar in early October 2017 entitled 3 Reasons You’re Guaranteed to Fall in Love and Live Happily Ever After. I know it might sound a bit cheesy, but it’s true! Would I lie to you? Of course not. I have a whole page on my website dedicated to no-BS.

Evan is one of the reasons I’m FINALLY in a healthy, blissfully happy relationship

My boyfriend and I are currently living together with a view to getting married within the next year or two, so stay tuned! I’m not an affiliate marketer. Evan’s the only dating coach I really endorse because he’s down-to-earth, brilliant, and changed my life. So, please just click my darn affiliate link already and see for yourself. ♥ ♥ ♥

Okay, on with the Evan Marc Katz review I promised you…

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How to write an online dating profile: A what-NOT-to-do guide

7 reasons why your online dating profile sucks (no offense) and how to correct them

Hey, I don’t mean to be rude. But if you’re not having as much fun or success with online dating as you could, it’s probably not your BO (body odour) but PO (profile odour) that’s the problem. In other words, your online dating profile stinks. Maybe a little. Maybe a lot. In any case, it’s on the nose. But don’t worry. Think of me as your deodorant. Sometimes, the best way to learn how to write an online dating profile is to learn how NOT to write an online dating profile. So, let’s get started…

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What to look for in a partner: You’re not going to get everything you want in one person – and if you do, you won the relationship lottery

Mr/Ms Right on paper Vs Mr/Ms Right in reality

Feb 2016: A Jewish atheist and a Christian theologian walk into a bar… and walk out holding hands after much talking, laughing and smooching. Who’d have thunk it!

I’m about 6 weeks into an intriguing new relationship. (What was that I said just 7 weeks ago about it always being ‘darkest before the dawn’, and why you should never, ever, give up? If you’re feeling a little ‘ho-hum, I can’t be bothered with this dating thing’, you might want to go read that.) I very rarely meet someone who excites me (in a potential husband kind of way) and even more rarely meet someone I excite in return (in a potential wife kind of way), so it’s all very exciting…

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Online dating experiences: The highs, lows, and why you should never give up

Happy Heartbreaks – oh, the irony

Mid-January 2016: I’ve been back on RSVP (the Match.com of Australia) for two months since I moved home to Sydney from New York. And in that two months, I’ve already suffered two mini-heartbreaks plus made a special new friend, but we’ll get to him a little later. So, here are my latest online dating experiences for your interest and enlightenment. As I write online dating profiles professionally and mentor my clients to help them find love online, I think it’s fair to say I have a lot of empathy to bring to the table.

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Dating with Dignity Part 3: The good, the bad, and the breakup

‘Don’t you love her as she’s walking out the door’ – The Doors

2015: So, we broke up. After eight months, two articles (here and here) and one large dollop of naïve optimism on my part, it’s over. And it took me completely by surprise. In Dating with Dignity Part 1, I told you about a boyfriend who disappeared on me, and how I came to terms with it and moved on – with the help of a little website called datingwithdignity.com. In Dating with Dignity Part 2, I told you about all the new lessons I took back into the dating world to land myself a truly nice guy. In Dating with Dignity Part 3, I’ll tell you how it all went unexpectedly wrong with that nice guy, and where to from here.

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Dating with Dignity Part 2: How I Dated with Dignity and Found a Wonderful Boyfriend

When one man disappears, a better man appears

2014: When I wrote Dating with Dignity Part 1: The case of the disappearing man solved in 2013, I had no idea it’d end up being one of my most popular and impactful articles. Women continue to find and comment on it (the comments section seems to have turned into a free dating advice forum – go check it out!), and the general feedback has been that my words have helped them in some way. Talk about turning a negative experience into a positive one! It’s been about 18 months since I wrote Part 1 and I’m excited to share Part 2 with you, so let’s get started. I know 18 months might seem like a long time, but please bear in mind after I wrote Part 1, I didn’t really date at all for about 12 months. I was in Sydney working on getting myself back to New York and, as I saw my future in the US, I didn’t see much point in dating in Australia. But once I was back in New York – this time for three months instead of one – I hit the ground running and pretty much made up for all the dating I didn’t do over the past year. Let me take you through step-by-step how I dated with dignity and found a wonderful boyfriend.

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Can love grow? Or does true love begin with an instant spark?

This piece was also published on The Huffington Post. CLICK HERE to check it out.

How we met

I’m a few months into a relationship that began in a most unusual way – at least for me. We met online (that’s not the unusual part) during my recent three-month stint in New York. (I’m planning to move from Sydney to NYC, and this trip was a reconnaissance mission – or ‘reccie’, as us Aussies say.) Although better late than never, the timing was a little unfortunate, as it was three weeks before I was due to leave. Weary from the notoriously arduous NYC dating scene, and running out of time to meet and get to know someone new, I responded to a Jersey boy who emailed me. He looked cute, seemed nice, and appreciated the Goonies quote (‘Goonies never say die!’) in my profile. ‘First you gotta do the Truffle Shuffle’, he opened with. This was a good start to things.

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Dating with Dignity Part 1: The case of the disappearing man solved

Ever been ‘ghosted’? That’s when someone you’re dating or in a relationship with disappears on you. It’s very hurtful.

2013: I recently had a boyfriend of two months totally, utterly and completely disappear on me. Despite my extensive dating history, this had never happened to me before. I later found out it’s extremely common. So common, in fact, there’s a whole chapter dedicated to it in He’s Just Not That Into You by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo. I remember reading it years ago and thinking, ‘Ha! That’ll never happen to me.’ Ha! I’m such a idiot sometimes.

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How to look your best on a date: 6 tips for losing a little weight and a LOT of worry

How to look your best on a date is a lot simpler than it may seem

We all like to look our best. When we’re dating, looking our best gives us confidence and helps us to attract a partner. When we’re in a relationship, looking our best helps keep our partner’s eyes on us and our sex life spicy. But a friend of mine recently posted a link to a new women’s fitness magazine, asking us to ‘like’ their Facebook page. While I usually ‘like’ generously on Facebook, this request stopped me in my tracks. A new women’s fitness magazine? Really? For goodness’ sake, why? With all the health, fitness and weight loss paraphernalia out there – everything from books to magazines, TV shows to infomercials, personal trainers to online programs, and so on – I wondered how many different ways can one possibly say, ‘Eat less and exercise more’?

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How to get a second date: The painfully obvious secret to keep ’em coming back for more

Glinda the not-so-good witch was pretty but, surprisingly, she didn’t know how to get a second date

If you’re anything like me, the 1939 Academy Award-winning classic, The Wizard of Oz, is not just a film – it’s part of your childhood. And, if you’re anything like me, you’ve seen it more times than you can say, ‘There’s no place like home’, ‘I’m melting, I’m melting’ or ‘If I only had a brain’.

Intriguingly, when you watch it as an adult, there’s a little something you might notice that you never would have noticed when you were a child, because you were too busy begging your mother for a pair of red ruby slippers or being scared to death of the winged monkeys, as I was. (But that’s a story for another time.) And that little something is the disengaged look on Glinda’s face when Dorothy starts to explain how she landed in Oz, inadvertently killing the Wicked Witch of the East…

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