ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): Veiled threats are a thin disguise for a competitor’s inability to stop you. That’s because you hold the advantage. Proceed with your boldest action.
TAURUS. (April 19 - May 19): Venus opposite Uranus puts you at the epicenter of a crisis. You may not be the cause, but you’re certainly the subject of controversy. Read more
I get tons of emails from women, but the question I'm asked the most is “How do I know what he’s really thinking?”
“We’ve been going out for a while. He seems to like me. We’ve even started having sex, but suddenly he’s gone cold on me. What’s changed? Did I do something to upset him?”
Well, let’s look at this situation shall we?
You’ve started a relationship with a man. You’ve taken your relationship to the physical stage. And you feel like he was starting to open up to you. Now he’s gone cold, there must be something going on in his head right?
I mean, men don’t just go cold for no reason do they?
Well, I’m going to put you out of your misery and give you the answer to that burning question…
Living in West Hollywood is amazing. On one block of Santa Monica Blvd. you can grab a drink at the best bars in Boystown. Just north on Sunset, you have some of the greatest restaurants and just down Robertson, you have some of the best shopping in town.
In my fantasy, Channing Tatum and I do all of the above except he pays for everything on his Amex Black Card.
A boy can dream. Read more
ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): There’s a difference between exact and exacting. High standards are great and you should push for them but you don’t want to alienate anyone in the process.
TAURUS. (April 19 - May 19): Gushy one moment, you may regret the promises that you make the next. Even if you can’t backtrack, you can always play down the more outlandish claims. Read more
I never felt it was fair for someone to be alone if they didn’t want to be. I love love, and have always been obsessed with helping singles find it. From a young age I felt it was my calling to set up friends and acquaintances. As a hobby, I was pretty good at it, and some of my amateur matches actually ended in wonderful marriages.
Taking the road that many find themselves on after high school, I went to college and then on to receive my Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan. As planned I started my career as a social worker, but after 12 long years in the industry, I found I longed for a change. Instead of damage control, I knew I wanted to focus on the creation and positivity of love.