Are you dating on purpose?
Laurel House is an international celebrity Dating and Relationship Coach known for her tough love and no-games coaching style. She is a dating coach on E!’s“Famously Single,” co-host of “The Great Love Debate” podcast on PodcastOne,a Dating Coach for Three Day Rule Matchmaking andCupidsPulse, and she has been a featured expert on KTLA Morning News, E! News, Good Morning America, Nightline, Glamour, AskMen, Brides.com, Thrillist.com, and dozens of other print, online, and television outlets. Her 5th book “Screwing The Rules: The No-Games Guide to Love” was published with Running Press
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Tons of people say they’d rather have experiences than material things — but how many women actually mean it, when the material thing in question is a dazzling diamond sparkler? About 20 percent, as it turns out.
Yes, a recent study by millennial group travel provider Topdeck Travel found that one in five women would be fine with a smaller engagement ring if it meant they could travel more, and more than one third (36 percent, to be exact) of those surveyed would lower their wedding budget if it meant they could travel around the world. Even more interesting: One in six women would rather take a trip with a group of friends than with their significant other.
Wait, what does all this mean? Are we more interested in traveling and having fun with our friends than getting married?
For many, it simply comes back to that preference for experiences over stuff. “Millennials are more interested in being collectors of experiences, knowledge, and memories than things,” says Laurel House, an author and dating coach, star of E!’s Famously Single.KEEP READING >>
Here, experts give advice on the best places to head after you end a relationship:
1. Go To An All-Inclusive Resort
“Go to a spa alone. Soak in the healing hot springs. Let the therapists dig into your muscles. Eat healthy food. Go to bed early. Wake up and workout or stretch your way into a yoga class. Don’t pressure yourself to meet and talk to new people. This trip is all about you being with you. Focus on being a human ‘being’ and not a human ‘doing,’” dating and breakup coach, Laurel House tells Bustle. “In other words, you don’t have to always be doing things, and talking to people. Sometimes you just need to be, and be comfortable being without the distractions that allow you to avoid thinking and feeling. This trip is about feeling, so that you can get to a point where you feel whole again — without being half of another.” READ MORE ON BUSTLE HERE
“Dynamite Dating coach Laurel House joins Brandi in studio to talk about their time on Famously Single, how to embrace your true self in the dating world, getting around our damage and mental blocks, why it’s great to date single parents, and overcoming our pasts.”
Don’t tell them how to react to something In the same vein are also “Calm down,” “Don’t get so defensive,” and “You’re being too sensitive.” Sometimes people make comments like these to stop their partner from being so upset—but it can make the person feel like his emotions aren’t justified, valid, or being heard. “You want your partner to feel safe showing and voicing his vulnerability without fear of judgment,” says Laurel House, a dating and empowerment coach on E!’s Famously Single.
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1. GUYS: Text to confirm your date, time, and location the day before or morning of by saying “Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at X at Xpm!”
2. LADIES: Text the day after the date to say thank you regardless of if you like him or not- because he paid.
If you like him, say, “Thank you so much for dinner/drinks last night. It was fun hearing about your trip to Peru. I would love to see you again soon.”
If you don’t like him, say, “Thank you for dinner/drinks last night. It was nice to meet you.”
3. If your date is scheduled for more than 4 days out, text in the middle saying, “I hope you’re having a great day. Looking forward to seeing you on X day.”
I’m a regular dating coach contributor to KTLA Morning News, offering my edgy, assertive, no BS opinion on dating, love, and relationships. Watch the latest here….
“Dating Coach and Author of “Screwing the Rules” Laurel House joined us live to talk about how singles need to reality check their fantasy of dating- why you don’t want Prince Charming, the danger of being swept off your feet, and why an exciting opposite can destroy your life. ”KEEP READING >>
Aubrey O’Day verbally eviscerated Brandi Glanville on Tuesday night’s episode of Famously Single drawing a strong rebuke from the show’s relationship expert.
The 32-year-old recording artist shouted at the former Real Housewife saying that living with her had been ‘torturous’.
‘You’re not my cup of tea at all…frankly,’ she griped after telling the other women that Brandi exposed her breasts too frequently and failed to act her age.
“Somaya Reece broke down on Tuesday’s episode of Famously Single as she spoke of a vicious abusive relationship that made her ‘hate men’ and stop wanting to date them.
The Love & Hip Hop star opened up about the appalling abuse during a therapy session on and admitted it is why she now mostly dates women.
‘It just made me hate men,’ she admitted. ‘I just think they’re disgusting.'”
Read more about Somaya’s painful reveal about her domestic violence past HERE
“Mother’s Day is not known as a sexy holiday, but I think it should be. One of the greatest gifts a mom can give herself is self-love, sensuality, and even erotica – so why not celebrate this way? Then I got to thinking about all the single moms out there. How are they taking care of themselves this Mother’s Day? Do they have any sexy ideas to spice up their lives? What advice can I give mom’s about dating and sex that will make Mother’s Day more juicy and memorable?”KEEP READING >>