Tara Richter will be a Speaker at the ConnectHER17 Media Conference in Las Vegas in August!

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The ConnectHER17 Media Conference is being held in Vegas in Aug – Tara Richter has been announced to be a speaker! CHM always aims to bridge the gap between influencers, brands, PR, marketing and entrepreneurs and focuses on direct interaction by providing plenty of opportunities for business growth.

The ConnectHER Media Conference is primarily an invitation-only event for Influencers, Brands, PR, Marketing and Entrepreneurs. This unique and exclusive event is designed to deliver rich content and facilitate direct interaction for those in attendance.  #ConnectHER17 guests include writers, influencers, bloggers, moms, PR, marketing, entrepreneurs and brands looking to learn and engage in conversation. Our focus is on providing quality content and a unique environment where our guests are able to take the information from our event, straight to their projects. The ConnectHER Media Conference is more than just another conference, it’s an experience!

Find out more about ConnectHER17 here!

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Tara Richter will be Interviewed on The House of Hope Radio Show Today! Tune in!

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Make sure to tune into The House of Hope from 12PM – 1PM tomorrow!

Listeners can tune in for the live interview on this website http://thechoiceradio.net/

Tara Richter is the President of Richter Publishing LLC. She specializes in helping business owners how to write their non-fiction story in 4 weeks & publish a book in order to become an expert in their industry. She has been featured on CNN, ABC, Daytime TV, FOX, SSN, Channel 10 News, USA TODAY, Beverly Hills Times and radio stations all over the world.

Her degree is in Graphic Design and she worked in the copy and print industry in the Silicon Valley. She has written and published 10 of her own books in just a few short years. Tara now has published many other authors all over the world including Anthony Amos & celebrity entrepreneur, Kevin Harrington, Shark from ABC’s “Shark Tank” with their joint book, “How to Catch a Shark.”

Writing your story is a very therapeutic journey.  Tara knows this first hand from writing her own books in the Dating Jungle Series. She utilizes her certifications in Professional Coaching & Reiki Energy Healing to help authors through the fear of publishing their stories for the world to hear. Richter’s team guides their authors through every step of the process to make sure it’s a fulfilling experience.

Find her books here: http://www.amazon.com/Tara-Richter/e/B00CGKD8FG

 

Dear Tara, I expect the guy to pay when we go out. Is that wrong?

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We have pulled a question from the archives to share with readers! Check out this question that came from a reader about who should pay when you go out on dates—

Q: I expect the guy to pay when we go out. Is that wrong?

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A: No, I do not think it’s wrong to expect the guy to pay when you go out on a date. I am more traditional myself, so I feel the same way. If we go dutch it says it’s more of a platonic hanging out versus a date. However, if you are meeting the guy for the first time from an internet dating site, make sure to have the initial 20 min meet-n-greet over coffee. If you pay for the coffee or they pay, it’s really not a big deal and only a few bucks. You just want to make sure you like this person in the flesh prior to a full blown dinner date.  Most gentlemen do not mind paying for a dinner once they have an interest in getting to know you better. On the other hand, if you misrepresented yourself on the dating site in anyway, shape or form and you go on a long dinner date he will probably be upset at having to pay for it if he feels he was being mislead.

Do you have a question for Tara? If so, email her at tara@datingjunglebook.com and she will answer your dating questions!

Tara Richter

Certified Dating Coach & Author of “10 Rules to Survive the Dating Jungle“ & “10 Rules to Survive the Internet Dating Jungle”
http://www.datingjunglebook.com
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Upcoming Singles’ Events in Tampa Bay

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Looking for ways to find local singles this Summer?! Register for some single’s events on Eventbrite! Speed dating is definitely something to experience if you’ve never attempted speed dating before.

When going out on first dates it’s important to listen to your date. Sometimes this is easier said than done, especially if you’re a nervous talker. You start getting anxiety and keep talking to cover it up, yet you actually are showing that you are nervous. If you find yourself doing this, stop, take a deep breath and listen. speed-dating

The last time I went speed-dating I thought I would conduct an experiment to see how many men asked me what I did for a living without me volunteering the information. Only three out of eight guys did. I asked them plenty of questions about themselves that they were happy to tell me. However it’s a two-sided street, not a one-way avenue in getting to know someone. When your date asks you a question, when you are done answering flip it back to them. If you only have six minutes to leave an impression on someone, talking only about yourself that entire time isn’t going to get you far.


Get more Offline dating tips with “10 Rules to Survive the Dating Jungle” today! Now available on Amazon.

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How to Handle Wedding Season When You’re Single

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Before you burst into tears as you start to receive those ‘Save the Dates’ in the mail, breathe. Don’t begin to doubt how incredible you are, although I’m sure the thought “HOW COULD JANET BE GETTING MARRIED BEFORE ME?!” crosses your mind. Janet might’ve gotten her shit together before you did, or maybe she settled. Either way, you’re going to that wedding single and here’s how you’re going to do it (without ending the night with your head in the toilet) —

1. Don’t RSVP out of obligation

Just because Janet held your hair while you puked after every party your freshman year, DOES NOT mean you have to go to this wedding. If you’re emotionally unstable, know your limits. Send a gift and keep working on you.

2. Wear whatever makes you feel the hottest 

If you do end up going, make sure you’re looking sexual – you never know who you might lock eyes with!

3. Give a wedding gift that is reflective of your relationship with the couple

Just because you’re single, and maybe a little upset about it, doesn’t mean you should give a bitter gift.

4. DON’T participate in the bouquet toss

Let those desperate girlfriends who are trying to light a fire under their hardheaded boyfriend’s ass deal with that madness.

5. DON’T hook up with more than one person

By all means, find yourself a cutie – but don’t be that girl getting sloppy with all of the groomsmen.

6. Take notes

Your day will come! Stay positive and keep working on you. While you’re doing that, take notes on what works and what is tacky as hell.

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Happy Memorial Day!

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We are thankful for those who have served their country and given their lives for our freedom!

Have a happy and safe Memorial Day!

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.