By Freya Drohan For Dailymail. Breaking up is hard to do, as the song goes, but one expert has some advice to make the heartbreaking situation a little easier. Sometimes, people make the decision to split with their significant other even though there’s still a lot of love left in the relationship. Maria Sullivan, vice president and relationships expert at Dating. Breaking up is hard to do: A relationship expert weighed in on when to know it’s time to split with your partner – even if you still love them stock image. When hanging out with your partner becomes more of a chore than anything, it’s time to seriously consider breaking up. Maria told Seventeen. Especially when there are so many feelings involved, it’s crucial to be per cent honest. And while she doesn’t advocate for ending things over text, Maria said it’s important to use whatever mode of communication you both usually do to have a deep discussion. So, if you’re usually found hashing things out with your significant other over the phone, don’t force an in-person meet up to break up with them.
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Women are most attracted to funny, loyal and confident men who are trustworthy and aren’t afraid to laugh at themselves, a top dating coach has revealed. Louanne Ward deciphers what singles really want in her Facebook group, She Said He Said , by asking hundreds of people to rank the physical qualities and personality traits they most value in potential partners.
Earlier this week, the Perth relationship expert went viral by revealing the traits that men really want in women, with honesty, confidence and an appetite for fun topping the list. Now, she’s done a poll to find out what women are seeking in a partner, and humour and a fun-loving disposition were narrowly named the most attractive characteristics, topping the list with Loyalty and confidence or natural charisma came a close second with a joint share of Perth relationship coach Louanne Ward, whose research reveals women are most attracted to funny, loyal and confident men.
Professional matchmaker claims singles should swap swiping on apps for SEVEN HOUR dates. By Natalie Corner For Mailonline EDT
Louanne Ward is a dating expert from Perth, Western Australia, who uses strategy and behavioural psychology to guide Australians to their perfect match. She told Daily Mail Australia there are five types of people using online dating platforms right now, only one of whom is genuinely looking for love. Ms Ward broke down the telltale traits of each personality to help singles navigate the uncharted territory of dating during coronavirus, while state governments prepare to gradually ease social distancing restrictions as infection rates fall.
Ms Ward says people who feel unappreciated and taken for granted in their primary relationship are logging on to dating apps in search of flattery and validation, which provides them with instant gratification, without leaving their partner. Ms Ward says it’s easier than ever to make connections online right under your partner’s nose, with many covert exchanges taking place on social media rather than dedicated dating platforms.
The other person is open and willing because they are single, and so ultimately they end up being hurt. Ms Ward said many people in relationships ‘micro-cheat’ because they don’t view the behaviour to be as hurtful as physical sex. While ‘happily ever afters’ have always been the exception rather than the rule for online dating, Ms Ward says apps are now crawling with more bored singles than ever before as lockdown leaves people with little to do but scroll through their phone.
She warns many who are swiping from sheer boredom have ‘no intention’ of entering a relationship and are simply ‘filling a void’ until restrictions are lifted. Ms Ward predicts ‘ghosting’ – the modern phenomenon of suddenly cutting contact with a romantic interest or partner without explanation – will be at an ‘all time high’ within weeks once social distancing laws are relaxed. Ms Ward has seen the rise of a new type of online dater since coronavirus forced the closure of pubs, clubs, beaches and restaurants from March The ‘predasexter’ – a predator who gets a thrill from sending and receiving sexually explicit messages – connects with singles online and quickly builds trust through persuasive language, before dropping sexual innuendo into conversation.
Jo Hemmings is a behavioural psychologist, dating and relationship Coach and TV and radio personality. With degrees from the Universities of Warwick and London, Jo is the UK’s best known and respected celebrity psychologist. She also helps behind the scenes, in the contestant selection process, by giving psychological advice and assessment to Reality TV producers both during the selection procedure and the series. She also appears regularly commenting on celebrity behaviour and body language as well as on topical news stories for Channel Four and Five news.
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An Australian relationship expert has debunked popular myths about romance as couples prepare to celebrate their love on Valentine’s Day.
An Australian dating coach has tackled the tricky issue of whether it’s OK to date a friend or family member’s ex, or if you are ‘allowed’ to date someone your friend was interested in first. Some people were of the opinion that it could possibly work out with a friend’s ex so long as there was a ‘long chat’ before anything was initiated, while others said when someone leaves your ‘inner circle’ they shouldn’t be allowed to come back.
I would ask my friend or family member if it bothered them before making a decision to move forward,’ one person said. A third agreed that the prospect of love can be found anywhere: ‘I don’t see anything wrong with it, we’re all supposed to be adults. Sometimes if two people are meant to be together they have to follow their hearts’. One woman questioned why you needed to ‘get with’ someone your friend or family member had when there are ‘so many more fish in the sea’. If it is a long term ex partner, there are 30 million other people to date, I don’t see the need.
They aren’t a friend worth keeping,’ she said. They have left the family or friendship circle. You don’t bring them back in but I guess you could leave too,’ said another.
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An Australian relationship coach has addressed the common issue of identifying when a ‘date’ becomes a boyfriend or girlfriend – and whether.
By Natalie Corner For Mailonline. Getting ‘catfished’ is still a major concern for daters, but one expert has shared the ways to put your best photo forward. He recommended those looking to refresh their profile get a ‘head-turning’ photo, and suggested women should wear their hair down while men should look well-groomed with ‘an element of stubble’. David Vermeulen, CEO and founder of exclusive dating app The Inner Circle said that women should pose with their hair down, styled in waves, and make sure their profile picture is a smiling snap and not a selfie.
He added: ‘The biggest turn-offs in main photos are sunglasses, selfies, “duckfaces” and shirtless gym or bathroom selfies. Also, avoid tacky filters; people want to see the real you. Love hopefuls must also show their personality: ‘The other photos in your dating profile should tell a story about who you are,’ David explained.
This could include pictures of travel, hobbies and friends. The dating expert said that men who pose with groomed stubble in a picture that allows a clear view of the face – not obscured by glasses, caps or scarves – will get the most right swipes. And while you may think you’ve got your profile perfected, an etiquette expert has shared the steps you should take for maximum impact. Former Debrett’s editor a professional coaching company and authority on etiquette and behaviour Jo Bryant said: ‘Avoid unrealistic photos, falsely-flattering filters or out of date images.
In honour of world photo day today August 19 , The Inner Circle carried out research of more than 1, people who are actively dating, and found that 41 per cent worry their date won’t look the same in real life as they did in their profile picture. What makes a popular main profile photo for men.
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People around the world are grappling with changes to daily life since the coronavirus outbreak, which has introduced the concept of social distancing and even placed people under quarantine. Still, singles everywhere are swiping on dating apps for the sake of companionship, conversation and even hopeful romantic connections during this difficult time. The information card delivered tips to wash hands frequently, carry hand sanitizers, avoid touching your face and even to maintain social distance, with an additional link to the World Health Organization WHO for more information.
While people will continue to use the app for in-person meetings and dates with new people, however, a Tinder spokesperson tells Yahoo Lifestyle that it made the most sense to directly serve those users with a helpful reminder and reliable information. Other dating apps are taking similar routes. A Bumble representative shares that the company is deferring to medical experts, both at WHO and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC , who have provided detailed guidelines for meeting people in public during this time.
To help Australians find balance this festive season dating and relationship coach Louanne Ward, from Perth, has revealed her key ‘dos and.
By Shirley Donlon For Dailymail. The whole process of online dating can be fairly daunting, especially when you’re not quite sure what you’re getting yourself into by signing up to the likes of Tinder, Bumble, or OkCupid, for example. Dating expert, Andi Lew, has revealed some of her most basic tips for participating in online dating, including keeping certain aspects of your life private from the online dating world, as well as choosing the perfect photo to represent your true self.
The year-old Australian wellness and dating coach said that the ‘swipe’ culture of online dating is making things move faster than ever, but she’s urging online daters to slow down in their rush to find love. Dating coach Andi Lew, 45, has revealed some of her top tips for succeeding in the world of online dating, as she says the ‘swipe life’ in online dating is moving faster than ever.
Dating and wellness coach Andi, told FEMAIL that different social media courting tactics, such as liking someone’s photos and sending them private messages, are all successful approaches to trying to secure love online. People meet, message and even marry by sending direct messages, DMs privately all the time! The Melbourne-based dating expert advised those adapting such techniques to make sure one photo is recent, an another is ‘around a month ago’. This way, she says it will show that you put a good effort in to scroll through their page.
However, she warns daters not to like more than three photos in a single ‘liking spree’, ‘as you may come across over zealous’. The mother-of-one, whose latest book Instalovers was published in December, added that after going on a ‘liking spree’, the person who liked the photos needs to wait for the person in question to notice.
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An Australian dating coach has polled the public about whether they would dump someone if they didn’t like animals or a family pet – with many agreeing it’s a ‘tough’ question to answer. Relationship expert Louanne Ward posed the controversial question on her Facebook page She Said, He Said , saying that even though she has never been in the ‘tricky’ situation herself, she has helped hundreds of clients who have been.
One man responded by saying that he was ‘that person’ for which a partner having a pet was a ‘no deal’ and he’d much rather date someone who was animal-free. Another said it was ‘hard’, particularly if you thought things could otherwise work out with that person. I love dogs but I have a slight allergic reaction so definitely don’t sleep with them,’ said one bachelor. It really restricted our relationship development as the demand to fit in with her ready made fur family was high and non-negotiable.
Another said it was ‘hard’, particularly if you thought things could otherwise work out with that person stock image. A husband commented on the thread to say he was ‘going through this now’ with his wife. I’ve always loved dogs. Now I have one. We had to find a way to respect each other through this.
Relationship expert busts the biggest myths about romance on Valentine’s Day
Coach Lee is a relationship expert and breakup coach who works with individuals to become their most attractive selves in order to bring success in relationships and to reunite with the one they love after a breakup or marital separation. Lee has lectured at several universities including Pepperdine University. He is a Marriage. D research projects on relationships and the science of human attraction.
In he co-founded a nonprofit organization that works to save marriages from divorce, but moved on to more effectively help such couples — married and not married. He helps women and men get their ex back as a relationship coach.
Tiffany started her career writing sex and relationship features for top national women’s magazines including Cosmopolitan, Grazia, Marie Claire, Company and Elle. She was swiftly made the Sex and the Cosmo Girl columnist for Cosmopolitan magazine and then because Nuts magazine’s Sexpert , offering men and women worldwide advice on dating, relationships and romance. She has also appeared as an expert on Loose Women, Sunrise Australia,.
She has has won numerous awards including the prestigious Jacqueline Gold ‘Women in Industry’ award and has gathered a strong celebrity following. As an award winning Romance Expert, Tiffany also offers ‘romance consultations’ for men and women who need some guidance when it comes to dating and romance. She has successfully found love for over couples and continues to offer advice and dating consultations to people wanting to find love.
She also had her own TV show on Lifetime where she was followed around arranging amazing, out of this world marriage proposals. Featured in She also had her own TV show on Lifetime where she was followed around arranging amazing, out of this world marriage proposals Awards: Romantic Entrepreneur of the year – Mills and Boon Jacqueline Gold Women in Business award Theo Pathetic Small business award
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A relationship expert has debunked popular myths about romance as couples prepare to celebrate their love on Valentine’s Day. Her research reveals men prefer sex to gifts, while women value thought and sentiment over extravagance when it comes to presents – so long as it’s not in the form of fluffy handcuffs, alcohol or tacky lingerie.
Dinner – either home cooked or at a restaurant – flowers, chocolates, small gestures, words of appreciation and an evening of lovemaking are the universally preferred Valentine’s gifts for both sexes, Ms Ward told Daily Mail Australia. Perth dating coach Louanne Ward pictured clarified common misconceptions about Valentine’s Day. According to leading anthropologist Dr Helen Fisher, men are more likely to fall in love at first sight because their brains and hormonal systems give them more visual romantic tendencies than women.
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A relationship coach has revealed why having sex can cause ‘blindness’ and prevent people from spotting red flags in their partner early. Louanne Ward , who has worked as a relationship strategist in Australia for more than 25 years, describes sex as ‘one of the most beautiful expressions of emotion’ – but says it can also ‘drive ordinary people to lie and cheat’ and blind people from the truth. Louanne Ward describes sex as one of the most beautiful expressions of emotion – but can drive ordinary people to lie, cheat and even kill for the thrill.
So what bedroom mistakes are couples making? Being overwhelmed by lust early on.
FEMAIL chats with dating expert and founder of LastFirst, Emily Holmes Hahn, about the do’s and don’ts to matching with your partner. “’A couple unexpectedly.
A leading matchmaker has revealed the eight mistakes that men and women are making when it comes to their first date. To assist people in their quest for love, Yvonne shared a list of things men and women should avoid doing on a first date – and how to ensure you score a second one. What are the worst things men can do on a first date? Dress inappropriately. Yvonne said this is a ‘big turnoff’ for women so if the date is being held at an upscale restaurant they should wear a smart suit with a well-ironed shirt.
Check your Fitbit for calories burned and heart rate. Ask about her dating history. Everyone has a history and has had relationships and Yvonne said this should never be raised on a first date. Instead, steer conversation away from asking about dating history – and focus on shared interests. Take a call from someone. Like you, a woman wants to feel valued,’ she said.