3 Mindsets to Fire Up Your Dating Life!

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Are you in a dating slump and not in the best of mindset to get into a healthy relationship? Here is an amazing video to get you in the zone before a first date – or really just a tip for random encounters with men.

 

 

Tips to Heal Your Heart in time for Summer Dating!

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We’ve all been there, attempting to recover from a broken heart and thinking that dating fairly soon after is the answer. Wrong. That’s the quickest way to getting yourself into an unhealthy relationship and getting hurt again. Break the cycle! Here are some tips from Rule #1 in “10 Rules to Survive the Internet Dating Jungle”—

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  • Are you ready to date or do you need to take some time off from life first?
  • Heal ALL wounds before you love another; it doesn’t matter if they came fro a past divorce, an old romance, or even a traumatic childhood.
  • You’re damaged goods & won’t be able to see things clearly going into the dating jungle until you heal yourself.
  • Get therapy if you need to & take all the time you need.
  • Use burning therapy and cleansing places to help you.
  • You can’t change other people, you can only change yourself.

You’re not alone in this battle to healing your broken heart. You can never rush these things, you’ll only end up in more pain. Feel the pain you’re feeling and move forward. Everything happens for a reason and trying to fight natural events is only going to backfire .

Be strong! Get your copy of 10 Rules to Survive the Internet Dating Jungle today to start the process before you get back into the jungle!

Should I Try to Make My Partner Jealous If They’re Being Distant?

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No  matter how tempting it is to act out because your partner is acting different and/or feels like they’re not as invested in the relationship as they were before – communication is always the first step. Trying to make your partner jealous by texting another person or trying to connect with an ex is NOT the way to go.

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Check out this scale from Development of the Romantic Jealousy-Induction Scale and the Motives for Inducing Romantic Jealousy study —

How you would rate the items on the team’s jealousy induction scale? Rate each item on a 7-point scale in which 1= strongly disagree and 7= strongly agree.

  1. I talk with X (your partner) about my past romantic relationships in order to make X (your partner) jealous.
  2. I talk with X about my past “hookups” in order to make X jealous.
  3. I talk with X about my past crushes in order to make X jealous.
  4. I talk with X about my previous dates in order to make X jealous.
  5. I talk with X about my opposite-sex friendships in order to make X jealous.
  6. I talk with X about my opposite-sex classmates in order to make X jealous.
  7. I tell X when others flirt with me in order to make X jealous.
  8. I talk with X about people whom I find attractive in order to make X jealous.
  9. I tell X when others express romantic interest in me in order to make X jealous.
  10. While we were casually dating, I would tell X about others whom I had recently gone out on dates with in order to make X jealous.
  11. I talk with X about my same-sex friendships in order to make X jealous.
  12. I talk with X about my same-sex classmates in order to make X jealous.
  13. I talk with X about my family in order to make X jealous.
  14. I flirt with people in front of X in order to make X jealous.
  15. I tell X about my previous sexual encounters with others in order to make X jealous.
  16. I tell X about strong emotional connections I have had with others in order to make X jealous.
  17. I falsely tell X that others are romantically interested in me in order to make X jealous.
  18. I falsely tell X that others are sexually interested in me in order to make X jealous.

After completing the scale, you should have a good sense of your standings on a scale of overall tendency to engage in jealousy induction, within the potential range of 18 to 126 points.

 

If you find yourself leaning toward the higher end, it may be time to either start a conversation with your partner on how to fulfill your needs or end it.

Happy Mother’s Day!

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For many mothers, your children are the loves of your life! Celebrate YOU today and soak up the unconditional love!

Use the Summer to try Online Dating! Finding a date without the pressure

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Welcome to the technology dating jungle! Utilize Certified Dating Coach, Tara Richter’s, 10 rules to help you navigate your way through internet dating sites to find your loving Jane or Tarzan. Within this book you will be able to:

-Brush up on internet dating terminology

-Get a comprehensive review of dating websites

-Find out how to weed out dates online

-How to take your online romance offline safely

-Build self-esteem

-Find healthy relationships

-Find your jungle personality –

Read funny internet dating stories and more!

Plus you can see more real-time information on The Dating Jungle’s blog, website, Facebook and more! Just visit http://www.datingjunglebook.com. Grab your copy of “10 Rules to Survive the Internet Dating Jungle” here!

Summer Read To Improve Your Love Life

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Time for summer! Are you bikini ready?! If not, do not panic. The bigger question is, are you ready for love? If you’re still healing from an ex, or have finally freed yourself from a toxic relationship – certified dating coach Tara Richter has the book for you – “10 Rules to Survive the Dating Jungle” —

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You’ve entered the dating Jungle! I know, it’s a bit scary out here. Doesn’t matter if you have just got divorced, had a bad break-up or starting to date for the first time. It’s not easy venturing out into the dating world. Within the book you’ll discover how to become more approachable, learn the art of flirting & how to keep your dating anxiety under control. Use the 10 Rules to take control of your dating life today!

Grab your copy here!

5 Tips to Moving in With Your Boyfriend to Avoid Frustration (and a breakup)

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First of all, congratulations on finding someone that you truly connect with!! So you’re ready to take the next step but aren’t quite sure on how to make moving in together as successful as possible – no worries, we have scoured the web looking for the best tips to utilize.

corinne 31. Ask the person moving in, “How can we make this space more yours?”

You want to make sure that it feels like a shared space and not one person has all of the say. That may make one of you feel as if you don’t belong in your own home.

2. Split the bills up accordingly.

Decide (before you move in) what you each are able to afford. Are one of you willing to pay a little more than the other person because you make more? These are things to figure out before signing the lease and/or getting cable when you might want to just go with WIFI for the smaller bill.

3. Figure out your schedules.

Know how to keep the house balanced. Whoever gets home first can tidy up or start dinner. If you want up first water the plants and feed the dog. Make sure that you are splitting whatever chores according to your schedules.

4. Have a housewarming.

Make this official! Have a housewarming party and let your friends and family join in on the celebration of you and your partner getting your own place and taking a HUGE step in your relationship. This also gets FREE food to your house if you do a potluck.

5. Give each other space

As much as you love each other, everyone needs some alone time. Carve out some times in the day or week to give each other some space – Distance makes the heart grow fonder!


dating-jungleFor more tips on how to be your BEST version of you in order to find love and be in a healthy relationship – grab a copy of “10 Rules to Survive the Dating Jungle

Certified Dating Coach, Tara Richter, will be in NYC for the ASJA Writers Conference!

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Join Tara Richter and the Richter Publishing crew in NYC Friday and Saturday for two days of education, connections; tips, tricks and strategic moves from seasoned journalists and authors, plus top social media and website experts, PR pros, editors, agents, content buyers, and more.

Richter Publishing will be doing free manuscript reviews during the 2 day conference! 

The publishing industry occupies very different terrain than it did even a decade ago. With the industry shift from print to digital, new media for authors, the influx of content marketing, and revolving editors, freelancers—experienced and new—need to build their platforms while developing creative business strategies.

With more than 1,200 members, ASJA stands as the country’s leading and most prestigious association of successful journalists, authors and nonfiction and literary nonfiction writers.

You do not want to miss out on this opportunity!

Signs You’re in a Desperate Relationship

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Is it time to get out of your relationship? Does it feel like you’re only staying in a toxic relationship because of anxiety or fear that you’re going to be alone?! These are the signs that can help you identify that you are desperately hanging on to a relationship that is already over —

1. Faking Happiness. Do you feel like you are faking a smile to put on a front to family and friends that everything is okay? That can become extremely exhausting and set you up for a breakdown in the near future. You may find yourself just running through the motions and not actually enjoying the time you’re spending with your partner.

2. Fear. Fear that you don’t want to be alone or start over with someone else. It may fill you with anxiety to know that you need to start fresh with someone new and there may not be time – so instead, you just stay in your relationship so you won’t need to take the risk.

3. Obligation. Maybe you have kids, or a lease together so you feel like you can’t leave without things getting messy. Those things can be sorted out if it means that you can lead a healthier lifestyle.

Make an evaluation of your relationship and your day to day life. What does your partner bring to your life? What are you bringing to theirs? Do you find yourself happier or more upset when you’re with your partner?

Love Me Tinder

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Recently, one of our team members has been watching the Netflix original series of “Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On.” The series covers pornography, dating apps and how our society views sex in modern times.

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On the second episode, “Love Me Tinder,” a handful of people ranging from their 20’s to 40 and their interaction with dating apps. Some looking for love – others using dating apps for hookups and viewing apps as a superficial way to meet attractive singles. The episode is a reality check to viewers and app users to really know who you are spending your times with.


Tips from certified Dating Coach Tara Richter:

With online dating sometimes you find someone worth hiding your profile for a while to see where and how the relationship develops. Everything seems great at first, then as time passes you begin to notice little quirks about them you can’t stand: how he scraps his fork again the plate while eating and sounds like a bear in hibernation during the night. Finally you decide it just isn’t there like you thought in the beginning. It’s time to have “the talk” and move on. There’s no point (for either person) trying to force something that simply is not there.