On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to dating coach Tripp about the top five dating mistakes that women make. As someone who works regularly with men and knows what they want in a partner, he’s seen what happens after women make one of these errors: You don’t offer to pay for the date; you act like you don’t care; you don’t show any affection; you talk too much; and you don’t give him a chance to be a gentleman. Taking any of these missteps, especially in the beginning stages of dating, can turn a man off‚Ä¶so avoid these behaviors if at all possible!
Jim Parrack and Leven Rambin announced their engagement after only a few months of dating. Photo courtesy of Leven Rambin's Instagram.
By Ann Luther
We all saw True Blood alum Jim Parrack‚Äôs heartbreak when he ended his marriage to his wife of six years, Ciera Parrack. However, he quickly moved on, proposing to¬†Hunger Games star, Leven Rambin, after only¬†a few¬†months of dating. According to UsMagazine.com, they even made their big news¬†official on¬†Facebook: Parrack changed his relationship status to Engaged over the weekend. The new couple does, in fact, seem very happy in this Instagram video they posted announcing their hiatus from social media. Best of luck to the adorable pair!
How do you know when you‚Äôre ready to move on post-divorce?
Nobody can resist a celebrity baby announcement ‚Äď especially when there are two bundles of joy! As if these famous parents aren‚Äôt busy enough with their lives in the spotlight, but they‚Äôre also juggling twins and everything that comes with them: two bottles, two strollers, two wardrobes, and more. Below, we‚Äôve pulled together a list of 10 celebrity parents who were doubly blessed in the baby department:
On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to dating coach Mr. Locario¬†about the reasons why he didn’t call you back. He explains¬†five possible scenarios, straight from a man’s point of view: He already has a girlfriend; he never really liked you in the first place; he’s scared of or intimidated by you; he’s just a player; or he views dating as nothing more than a game.
In this week’s video from Laurel House, the¬†Screwing the Rules dating coach talks about why¬†it’s the big and little things that create¬†a happy romance.¬†“Relationships aren’t about the high notes. They’re about the in betweens,” she explains. “It’s actually the mundane, the day-to-day, the little things — that’s what a relationship is made of.” You know you really care about someone when you find yourself sending “thinking of you” texts or picking up Kleenexes¬†because you remembered they ran out.
You have a crush on that cute boy who works in the office next to yours, and after a few weeks of sneaking glances and grabbing lunch together, you‚Äôre obsessively decoding every look, smile, and text to determine if he likes you too. If you‚Äôre on the fence, it‚Äôs easy to make excuses for him or tell yourself that he‚Äôs just playing coy, but it‚Äôs important to be realistic about a future together. As you‚Äôre struggling to figure out his feelings, consider these 10 signs that he‚Äôs not that into you:
Ever wonder why the guy you were seeing suddenly stopped calling you, never to be heard from again? ¬†As author Zan Perrion explains on this week’s Single in Stilettos show, you may have scared him away by being too demanding, dramatic, needy, rejecting, or jealous.
On this week’s Singles in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to Abiola Abrams, author of The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self Love, about insecurities and dating. We all have insecurities, but it’s important to fill those holes of self-doubt so you can be your best self. Remember that he can’t love you if you don’t love yourself. In the video above,¬†Abrams shares her best tips for overcoming¬†insecurities when it comes to dating, including: journaling; writing a list of what makes you beautiful; accepting who you are; being grateful; looking within; and surrounding yourself with positive people.
In this week’s video, Screwing the Rules¬†dating coach Laurel House shares why using filler words — like, um, well, anyway — will instantly turn a guy off. “You’re not stupid, so don’t act like it,” she says. “Or rather, don’t sound like it.” While it’s natural to want to fill every moment of silence, she encourages you to use this time wisely: “Think about what you’re going to say next.”
Jamie Otis appears on 'Married at First Sight.' Photo courtesy of A + E Networks.
By Sanetra Richards
A new reality show is taking the saying “love is blind” to an entirely new level. As revealed by¬†UsMagazine.com,¬†Bachelor alum Jamie Otis recently married a complete stranger on¬†Married at First Sight. The show¬†includes a¬†line of experts — a sexologist, a spiritualist, a psychologist, and a sociologist — who pair participants with their “ideal” romantic partners. To add to the mystery, the contestants¬†are completely unaware of who their future spouses are until they are introduced at the altar. On Tuesday’s premiere episode, Otis was set to marry software salesman Doug Hehner. Before the nuptials, she was all for finding her soul mate from the experiment — that is, until the moment of truth arrived.¬†“She was freaking out. And it seems like she doesn’t know what’s going on,” the 31-year-old groom said¬†“It was a tense moment.” In the meantime, there were a number of thoughts going through the 27-year-old’s head.¬†“I’m getting married right now to someone I don’t know,” she said in her voice over. “I’m thinking I just made the ‘worst decision of my life’. I am so scared.” Viewers will have to watch next week to see how the rest of their¬†“blind wedding” turned out!
What are some perks to going on a blind date?
Going on blind dates may seem kind of taboo in today’s world.¬†However, with the right attitude, you may just find yourself up for the idea. Below, Cupid shares¬†a few benefits that are attached to blind dates:
1. You have no¬†preconceived notions:¬†Typically, when you’re going out with someone for the first time, you already know something about your date, whether it be because you’ve met, talked online, or simply Googled him. But in this case, you probably don’t know anything about your potential partner.¬†Go into the date¬†with¬†an open mind — you never know who you might meet!
2. You can put your best foot forward:¬†Now is¬†your chance to make a great first impression.¬†The person sitting or standing across from you has no idea what you’re like — they may not even know your last name! So show off your best characteristics and really impress them.
3. It makes a good story: There are¬†two reactions to the people who go on blind dates: You either laugh at the disastrous horror stories they share, or you “aw” at the romantic endings that sometimes result. Whichever one your blind date ends up being (or if it’s somewhere in the middle), your closest friends will be excited to hear the details.
Have you ever been on a blind date? Share your experience below.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are having a baby. Photo: Emiley Schweich / PR Photos; Marco Sagliocco / PRPhotos.com
By Sanetra Richards
Yes, you read the headline right!¬†UsMagazine.com¬†reveals¬†a source has confirmed that pregnant Eva Mendes and longtime boyfriend Ryan Gosling are expecting a bundle of joy. The news was¬†verified¬†shortly after rumors circulated around the web about the 40-year-old actress’ seven month pregnancy. This will be the first child for the Mendes and Gosling. In an interview with Ellen Degeneres at the beginning of the year, the¬†Hitch¬†star joked about the pregnancy rumor frenzy that was happening:¬†“It’s so ridiculous,” she said. “It all started because I didn’t want to go through the scanners at the airport. You know those X-ray scanners, which are really creepy? They basically see you naked, right? And not only that, but there’s a radiation aspect to it, so I always opt out.”
What are some ways to keep your pregnancy under wraps?¬†
Cupid’s Advice:¬†Expecting a baby is quite exciting! You are bringing a tiny human into the world, and there’s no feeling that could possibly compare. For now though,¬†you and your partner don’t want anyone else to know your big news.¬†Cupid has some tips to¬†help you hide your baby-to-be:
1. Don’t tell a soul:¬†If you are waiting until you’re further along in your pregnancy to break the news, your best bet is to keep your lips sealed. You can tell a couple of close friends and family members;¬†however, everyone¬†else is off limits!
2. Avoid hint-dropping:¬†You may be extremely tempted to post cute baby-related things on your social media accounts‚Ä¶but don’t!¬†People will¬†probably¬†figure out what you do not want to reveal. Remember, the ultimate goal is to keep this a secret until you’re ready to share.
3. Toss the fitted clothing:¬†Use your wardrobe to your advantage!¬†Maybe you have some flowy, shift dresses to wear when out and about; opt for those¬†instead of your¬†tight tees and button downs. No one will suspect a baby bump is underneath.
How do you keep your pregnancy under wraps? Share your suggestions below.
Justin Theroux says he fell in love in a "real, legit fashion" with Jennifer Aniston. Photo: Andrew Evans / PR Photos
By Sanetra Richards
Believe it or not, according to¬†UsMagazine.com, Justin Theroux says he fell in love in a “real, legit fashion” with Jennifer Aniston.They have a¬†normal, romantic relationship. In the August issue of¬†Details,¬†the 42-year-old¬†Leftovers¬†actor revealed they connected immediately just by reminiscing on a few memories of the “Waldorf grade-schooling they both received.” The two met back in 2007, when mutual friend Robert Downey Jr. introduced them to one another:¬†“He and Jen fell in a real, legit fashion,” the actor told¬†Details,¬†“and he was willing from the jump to make sacrifices.” Since then,¬†Theroux has been sure not to let the attention influence his ego¬†or his¬†relationship.¬†“It doesn’t feel like a hardship; it doesn’t feel difficult,” he explained.¬†“It can be an annoyance, but it’s not the end of the world. You have to center on what its core thing is, which is that you met someone you fell in love with. “
How do you know that you’re truly in love?
Cupid’s Advice:¬†Finding love is one of the greatest feelings of all time. You’ve had your fair share of admirers¬†in the past, but now, you think this special someone is here to stay. And guess what? You may actually be in love! Cupid has some¬†ways to tell if you’re feelings are real:
1. Nothing feels better:¬†Your head is up in the clouds; your heart flutters every time you see them;¬†and you can’t stop¬†daydreaming about the future — all of these feelings are undeniable.¬†A relationship has never felt so great before.¬†So what truly makes this time different? Ask yourself a few questions to see if you have indeed been shot by Cupid: What will I sacrifice for my partner? Do I see a future together? Is commitment an issue? Your responses will¬†let you know¬†if you’re in love or not.
2.¬†You have¬†a strong connection:¬†You and your partner have developed a foundation that you’re continuing to strengthen. You share the same morals and beliefs, and your bond is unbreakable. If this describes your relationship, the love bug¬†may have bitten you!
On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to dating coach and author Robert Manni about how to be successful with online dating. He answers the following questions: What are the three main things men look for in an online dating profile? What should you do if you’re not getting a response? How can a woman contact a man without seeming desperate?
Ever wonder if social media can reveal red flags when it comes to that new guy you’re dating? Screwing the Rules dating coach Laurel House¬†believes it can! If your partner asks you to unfriend your cute male friends or feels uncomfortable with you maintaining contact with your ex, it’s time for a conversation.¬†“It can really be the ruin of relationships if you let it be,” she explains.
When it comes to your feelings about your partner’s social media habits, it’s important to trust them until you have a reason not to. If you continually fail to trust them, “pretty soon, that person is going to start acting in a way that’s not trustworthy. You’re blaming them for something they haven’t done.”
On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to dating coach Sandra Fidelis about signs that you may be pushing for commitment too soon. Don’t worry — we’ve all done it! In fact, the top reason why a guy ends a relationship after only¬†a few¬†months is because he’s simply feeling too much pressure.¬†In order to not make this mistake, you need to first understand why you’re pushing him so hard. You may be¬†feeling pressure from your friends, family, the media, or even yourself,¬†thanks to your biological clock.
Girl looking at her boyfriend's phone. Photo: Innovated Captures / Bigstock.com
Question from Alex S.: My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost six months. Every once in a while, I‚Äôll see a text on his phone pop up from his ex. He says they‚Äôre just friends, and he‚Äôs even introduced me to her before, but my girlfriends tell me that it‚Äôs weird and that I should ask to read their messages. What do you think?
According to WeddingWire, about one third of engagements in the United States happen between Thanksgiving and New Year‚Äôs Day. So guys, if you‚Äôre ready to pop the question, why not surprise her with an engagement ring on the Fourth of July instead? Make your own fireworks on this red, white, and blue holiday with one of these five creative Independence Day proposal ideas:
Chocolate and romance are two things that go together oh so well. The sweet, dark candy is considered to be an aphrodisiac and can add a little passion and sensuality to any relationship when used correctly. If you have a sweet tooth, these chocolate-filled date ideas are sure to satisfy it!
On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to Ms. Solomon, dating coach and founder of TheDatingTruth.com, about where to meet men. Ms. Solomon is a proactive dater herself, so she knows the best spots to find a good guy. ¬†She even plans specific activities with the intention of meeting someone new! She encourages you to head to the following three places: the men’s department at local stores, hotel bars, and the gym.
If you’re a fan of The Bachelorette, then you know the formula is simple: the Bachelorette (currently Andi Dorfman) starts off dating 25 guys before whittling the group down to her final pick. Using the show as inspiration, in this week’s video, Screwing the Rules dating coach Laurel House shares her best advice for¬†dating a lot¬†of guys. As House explains, “If you want to find your perfect mate, you need to date multiple people at once. How are you supposed to make a decision if you don’t have any choices?”
Interview by Brittany Stubbs. Written by Anna Averill.
Clare Galterio is the newest face on the Music Choice Network and host of the hit show “You &A,”¬†where she¬†gets the scoop on today’s hottest¬†artists while listeners play along at home by asking their own questions via Twitter. Galterio has chatted with dozens of chart-topping artists, including Hunter Hayes, NeonTrees, Nick Cannon, and Imagine Dragons,¬†just to name a few.¬†In addition to interviews with musicians, the 30-minute talk show features live performances. …Want the rest? Click here for more
Visit a tarot card reader. Photo: Creatista / Bigstock.com
By Leslie Chavez
If you‚Äôre strolling around that little beach town you visited for the weekend and looking for something different to do, check out that tarot card reader you spotted on the street. Come on — you know you‚Äôre a little curious! Take a look into the crystal ball and see what the future holds for you and your love.
On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, dating coach Tripp reveals how to be than just
a summer fling to your new guy. Here are his top three tips if you don’t want him to think of you as¬†a one night stand: don’t jump into bed too soon; show boundaries but still be interested in him; and stop texting and call him instead.
‚Äú…great marriages are born when two people decide to come to the party!‚ÄĚ
It‚Äôs common knowledge that most of us, at one time or another, will consider divorce as an alternative to a difficult marriage. The truth is ¬†ALL marriages are difficult to some degree, and those of us who long for the fairy tale will be sorely disappointed. I have often said that great marriages are born when two people decide to come to the party! Marriages fail because someone decides the party isn‚Äôt all that fun.
Sadly, Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas are divorcing after 18 years of marriage. Their news comes after living separate lives due to their conflicting work schedules. They may be saying their split is amicable and ending in a loving manner, but the reality is that they no longer choose to be a couple. They¬†will now have to face dividing their combined fortune, rumored to be worth 50 million dollars.
In talking with many divorced individuals, I’ve learned that expectations about sex, money, care taking, adoration, housekeeping, ways to spend leisure time, and a whole bunch of other individual traits are often born out of selfishness, immaturity, and insecurity and sometimes even based on a lack of experience with reality. I hope that doesn‚Äôt sound negative, but the fact is we all bring our own stuff into our marriages, and often, our stuff doesn‚Äôt exactly mesh with our spouse‚Äôs stuff.
I met a couple several weeks ago who, between them, had experienced several divorces. The husband lamented that his first wife had cheated on him, his second wife just wouldn‚Äôt give him enough attention, his third wife couldn‚Äôt accept his children, and so on…
And this is the reason I try and focus on helping people stay in their marriages if at all possible! Because the cycle doesn‚Äôt end. Issues will keep popping up no matter how many times you¬†get married, because it isn‚Äôt about the issues themselves — it‚Äôs about the people in the marriage who are creating the issues. And until we fix the people…the issues will remain.¬†In my opinion, a good counselor could absolutely help a couple facing infidelity, attention deficits, blending families, or any other problem that exists by focusing on the real issues we just talked about — selfishness, immaturity, insecurity, etc.
If you are seriously considering divorce, I want you to spend the next week asking yourself these three questions over and over until you have the answers solidified.
– Will I be better off?¬†Will you be better off emotionally? Will you be better off or at least be able to sustain yourself financially? Will you be happier in the long run? Think of these¬†questions in every possible scenario.
– Am I okay with the thought of a new life?¬†If you are forced to move from your home, will your kids be okay with a new school and new friends? Will you be able to handle all the added responsibility? Think about all of the changes that will take place for you personally and figure out if, for you, these changes are manageable.
– Have circumstances made it necessary for me to end this marriage — affairs or abuse? If the affairs or abuse has stopped, is it possible to put things back together? The roadblock often comes when one partner doesn‚Äôt want to put in the work or seek counseling and do what it takes in order to gain back the violated spouse‚Äôs trust. These are serious problems, and you need to determine for yourself if indeed you will be better off leaving the marriage.
Divorce is a big decision. Don‚Äôt move forward with it until you have exhausted every attempt to fix things in your marriage. Once you are comfortable with your decision, whatever it is, move forward with conviction. I will root for you to go for the save!
For more information about Hope After Divorce, click¬†here.
Janeen Diamond, author of¬†Save Your Marriage in 30, was a newscaster for KUTV News until 2001. Since that time, she has been actively producing commercials and special programming through her company, Your TV Spot. She has hosted several television and internet productions and has been a spokesperson for several products and companies. She is a leader over the youth in her church and takes a special interest in helping kids stay on track with their lives. Janeen is currently co-creating ‚ÄúTeen Impact TV,‚ÄĚ a website for high school students to give them a creative and emotional outlet. She is a contributing expert for HopeAfterDivorce.org, DivorceSupportCenter.com, FamilyShare.com, and CupidsPulse.com. Follow her on Twitter @janeendiamond and¬†Facebook.
Scared couple in bed. Photo: Maridav / Bigstock.com
By Leslie Chavez
Friday the thirteenth doesn‚Äôt have to be unlucky when it comes to love. In fact, you can turn the unlucky into a few unique date ideas. What are some superstitions you fear? Face your fears and spend the day together seeing how many superstitions you can prove wrong.
On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to dating coach Mr. Locario about the reasons you may still be single. ¬†There are five things you should do if you’re ready to find love: You need to take responsibility for your love life; you need to stop being too picky; you need to give him a second chance; you need to be careful about interpreting his actions and words; and you need to¬†take initiative to meet the right man.
Once upon a time, in a land far away, there was a place where chivalry prevailed, where it was acceptable for fair ladies to wear flower garlands, and where a princess could always count on being rescued by her Prince Charming. But fear not, dear maidens, for this enchanted image need not remain only fantasy. This weekend, let whimsical romance take over and live a few days in make-believe.
The act of writing can be so romantic. It‚Äôs a creative way to reflect on an experience and express your feelings on a special moment in sweet, expressive language. Just think of John Keats, Lord Byron, or William Wordsworth penning their observant and emotional poetry. They‚Äôll be sure to inspire you to create a written keepsake with your love.
Go rock climbing for your next date. Photo: TEA / Bigstock.com
By Leslie Chavez
If you‚Äôre tired of your go-to movie and dinner date, shake things up this weekend then plan an adventure date¬†that will lead to a spontaneous and exciting day that you‚Äôll both be talking about for weeks to come.¬†Get inventive and think of something that you two have always wanted to do together but have never found the time, money or‚Ä¶courage.
Couple dancing together. Photo: Inga Ivanova / Bigstock.com
By Leslie Chavez
Everyone loves music, right? And listening to your favorite tunes has been known to help you relax, boost your mood, and energize you. Nothing beats seeing a singer you love play live, especially when it‚Äôs with your sweetheart. So take advantage of all the great music events that the next few months have to offer!
Test your love on the high seas and hit the water this weekend by going for a romantic boat ride with your favorite first mate!
If you‚Äôre an early riser, experience a beautiful sunrise and see some of the spectacular landmarks at a harbor near you. Being aboard a pristine sailboat and gliding on the open water is a thrilling experience. You‚Äôll feel the wind in your hair, the salty air on your face, and your lover’s arms wrapped tightly around you as you bob through the waves. There might even be time to go fishing while you‚Äôre out braving the wild seas. What a romantic way to spend quality time together, free from the distractions of real life on land! So throw caution to the wind and get aboard your very own love boat.
Spice up the kitchen with your ‚Äúamor‚ÄĚ this Cinco de Mayo by adding Mexican Cooking Classes do your date menu! Discover how to create classic Mexican dishes that are fresh and fiery. Throw in some margaritas, and you‚Äôll have all the ingredients you need for the perfect fiesta.
On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to dating coach Tripp about the five things men wish women knew about them. First, men like when women want to get to know them. Next, they love when women are affectionate. They also communicate on a more logical level — an important thing for women to understand. Men like when you ask them for help. And finally, men like compliments just as much as women.
In this week’s video, dating coach and relationship expert Laurel House tells you the 8 things to do when looking for love and the 10 best places to go to find that someone special. But first, she encourages you to forget chance. “Put yourself in the right place at the right time if you want to meet Mr. Right.” She also shares what you shouldn’t do — and it’s really quite simple. “Whatever you have been doing! Because clearly it isn’t working.”
On this week‚Äôs Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to dating coach Mr. Locario about what attracts a man. A self-proclaimed serial dater, he started out by helping his friends and family with their love lives ‚ÄĒ and now, he‚Äôs here to help you! We all know that every man is attracted to different things, but there are some qualities that catch the attention of all guys. For instance, men like women with positive and pleasant attitudes as well as women who are independent and have their own lives.
NoGamesLove and Screwing the Rules dating coach Laurel House helps you answer the age-old question: Are you good in bed? If you‚Äôre not sure, the best thing to do is just ask. The key, though, is removing your ego. ‚ÄúThis is not about blowing smoke. You‚Äôre not fishing for compliments. You‚Äôre looking for constructive criticism,‚ÄĚ House shares. ‚ÄúBut if you can‚Äôt handle the truth, don‚Äôt ask for it.‚ÄĚ
On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to relationship strategist Joe Amoia about whether or not men are really intimidated by strong and independent women. While that may the case, there’s a chance that you’re making the biggest and most common mistakes made by career women, including: acting too self-sufficient, bringing masculine energy on a date with you, lacking vulnerability, and more.
I’m going to share with you some of the best advice that my mother gave me when I was younger.¬† When I was 19 years old, I was dating a girl named Kris.¬†She was the love¬†of my life.¬†Well, the love of my¬†very short life¬†at the time.¬†She was my high school¬†sweetheart, and she literally broke my heart three weeks before the prom.
Interview by Lori Bizzoco. Video by Damian Kolodiy.
Last Wednesday, April 9th, CupidsPulse.com Executive Editor Lori Bizzoco met up with Mob Wives star Renee Graziano at Barnes and Noble in Tribeca to discuss her new book Playing with Fire. Describing the novel as ‚Äúloosely based‚ÄĚ on her own life, she explains that she has stacks of notebooks about Reign Grazi, the character who she‚Äôs developed since she was young.
Finding love is hard enough, but when you’re working overtime and never leave work on time, it can seem impossible.¬†For this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks to life stylist and mind body coach Diana Antholis about how women can succeed at the office and still meet their soul mate.
If you’re facing this dilemma, she recommends that you identify your priorities and make time for what’s important; be open and tell people you’re looking for the right man; pick something new and step out of your comfort zone; indulge in “me” time; and indulge in doing an activity that gives you good energy.
On today’s Single in Stilettos show, founder and matchmaker Suzanne Oshima talks to dating and relationship coach Jonathon Aslay about why men disappear. Have you ever been happily dating someone when he suddenly stops texting and calling? It can leave you feeling hurt, vulnerable, and confused. You may blame yourself (as many women do), but Aslay wants you to know that it probably has nothing to do with you. A man may disappear because of his own issues.
In this week‚Äôs video post, dating coach Laurel House shares her thoughts on the sexiest trait that attracts any guy. ‚ÄúDid you know many of my clients who are seemingly the total package can‚Äôt get a guy to ask them on a fourth ‚ÄĒ or sometimes even a second ‚ÄĒ date? Do you know why?,‚ÄĚ she asks. ‚ÄúIt‚Äôs actually the most important thing when it comes to attracting a guy.‚ÄĚ It‚Äôs not about looks or even being the total package; it‚Äôs a trait that‚Äôs available to average or even below-average women.
Interview and written by Whitney Johnson. Transcription by Louisa Gonzales.
Jennifer Buhl spent three years in Los Angeles working as a paparazza (the word for a female singular paparazzi), and as a top-earning photographer, she was one of only five women in an industry dominated by men. Her work was published in People magazine, TMZ, and E! News, to name a few. Having since escaped the California lifestyle to move to Boulder, Colorado, and run a family photography business, she took the opportunity to reflect on her time in the field and wrote her new book, Shooting Stars: My Unexpected Life Photographing Hollywood‚Äôs Most Famous. Read on for our exclusive interview with the author and find out more about her experiences with the rich and famous!
On this week’s Single in Stilettos show, founder Suzanne Oshima talks with relationship strategist Joe Amoia about why quick fix dating tips don’t work.¬†He believes that the reason they don‚Äôt work is because they’re just that ‚ÄĒ a quick fix! They won‚Äôt give you the long-term results that you want when it comes to your love life. Instead, you need to explore the true cause of your dating problems. Look inward and try to identify repeating patterns or issues that always come up.