For many years, I was the poster child for what not to do in love. This is particularly ironic because I come from a highly functional nuclear family; my parents were together for 30 years before my Dad died. To this day, my Mom remains a strong, opinionated woman who taught me at a young age about the importance of commitment, compromise, and unconditional love. The most effective path to finding your husband lies in understanding what men are really all about. I had to make fifteen years of dating mistakes before I finally figured out how to have a happy relationship. What was even more ironic is that, all the while, I was a successful dating coach.
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Helping smart, strong, successful women understand and connect with men since The boyfriend you were in love with? The witty, adorable guy who made you feel giddy and got your hopes up about your future? Time after time, promising date after promising date leaves you heartbroken. How many sleepless nights have you spent second-guessing yourself or wishing for a different outcome with a man? If men have ghosted you in the past, or have come on strongly only to disappear after a few amazing weeks of dating, you probably believe a lot of men are flakey, immature jerks.
Evan Marc Katz is the dating coach known as the personal trainer for smart, strong, successful women. This interview is made by Alex Cormont who is a French love coach based in Paris France and Miami Florida, and one of your relationship expert. My job?
Thousands of his clients have fallen in love, gotten married, started families, and found happiness — after only a few months of coaching. By helping women understand men — what they think, how they act, and what they really want — he empowers them to make healthy, informed choices in love. His clients invariably find their education about men lessens their frustration and increases their likelihood of attracting a like-minded long-term partner. Its release coincided with the online dating boom, and soon, Katz found himself in high demand, with features in The Wall St.