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Ask Matt Titus: Can I send a guy flowers?


Matchmaker Matt Titus answers your dating and relationship questions

Dear Matt:

 Is there something wrong with sending a guy flowers?

I did it after a second date to say thank you, and I haven’t heard from him since.


Matt Titus Says:

The best thing that you could send a guy after a great second date is…NOTHING. Men do not respond well to gestures like flowers.

Most likely, that bouquet  will be interpreted by him as a symbol that you think that the relationship is more serious than it really is… and he will withdraw.

A 3-step plan to make sure you get a third date.

  1. Do nothing. Wait for him to make the next move
  2. Make him wait. Don’t agree to go out immediately. This is what separates the girls from the women. Tell him you must check your calendar and get back to him (especially if he waits more than 4 days to call you).
  3. Do NOT obsess. Remember, you have only gone out with him twice. Anybody can be on his or her best behavior for two dates. Stay busy, spend time with friends, workout and never, ever practice putting his last name after yours!


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Matt Titus: Confessions of a NYC Matchmaker

Confessions of a NYC Matchmaker

Matt Titus Gives Insight into what really goes on in #thebusinessoflove

It seems that on a weekly basis, the media decides to “lynch” a matchmaker. The noose is a heavily promoted article focusing on the “victims” of matchmakers. The media seems to relish in painting these so-called victims as baby lambs who were innocently in search of their soul mates and vindictively scorned by “evil matchmakers” they paid boatloads of money to. What is never printed or addressed is the absolute terrorizing trauma these “victims” put their matchmaker through. What the media and the reality shows don’t tell you is that “the business of love” is without question, a very challenging and thankless job because its basis is complete subjectivity. The “product” the client pays for is intangible, the introduction to carefully vetted potential love interests who possess specific criteria. When a client hands over a check, she often thinks that she becomes the woman of every man’s dreams. Paying for the services of a matchmaker doesn’t magically increase one’s appeal to the opposite sex nor does it provide a guarantee that she will find everlasting love. While I might introduce her to her dream man, she might not be his “dream woman.” She truly has no idea what goes on behind the scenes in finding her someone who fits most of her criteria. Clients come to me with a long list of deal breakers and very strict requirements. They often request multiple profiles of men who possess these qualities and treat the matchmaking service as a candy store, filled with a myriad of “perfect” treats who will all fall head-over-heels in love with her at first sight. What they often do not understand is that the men are not always interested in meeting them. The number of times I have wrestled with how I could gently inform my client that the man she chose to be introduced to was not attracted to her is endless. I am not in the business of hurting anyone’s feelings. I do try to provide constructive feedback but often it is a matter of a lack of chemistry. When I do introduce a client to the veritable man of her dreams, if her feelings aren’t reciprocated (which is the possibility with all dating situations), she is upset with me, the person who introduced her to this “perfect” man. Not only am I scolded, attacked and told that I am not doing my job if I introduce her to someone who is not romantically interested in her, I am accused of introducing her to someone who is not serious about a being in a relationship (they ARE serious about being in a relationship, just not with you).

I was recently slapped with a lawsuit, riddled with lies and wrongly slandered and defamed in very public media outlets by such a client. What was shocking is that I did nothing but introduce her to exactly the type of man she desired, and she chose to alleviate the sting of rejection from one of these men by filing a lawsuit claiming that her dates were “fake,” that my business is a sham and that I have made a fortune taking advantage of hapless women such as herself. The lawsuit and the defamatory charges are flagrant on so many levels. I am simultaneously aggravated, outraged and bewildered by this woman’s allegations and her lack of awareness of what truly transpired. She fell head over heels for the Jewish Ivy educated businessman who she had went out with three times. His rejection led her to file a slandered-filled lawsuit based on her assertions that I “forced” a grown man to go on THREE “fake dates” with her. Not only is it a baseless and absurd accusation, it’s insulting to both me and the man who dated her. The only fake dates that occur are depicted on reality tv, and last I checked, there wasn’t a camera crew following this woman and man on their three dates. It is the most unflattering expression of rejection I have ever witnessed. We have all experienced rejection in our lives, and yeah it hurts, really badly, but to go to the extreme of vilifying both the matchmaker (who was just doing his job, a good one at that) and the man who took her on three lovely dates (including lunch at the Breakers in Palm Beach with his children), is inconceivable and quite frankly pitiful.

I have been in this business for nearly a decade. I moved to NYC with a girlfriend after having sold my successful med-spa and fitness businesses in Philadelphia. I continued to commute to Philly to work with some longtime fitness clients. I was very passionate about the fitness industry…helping people achieve tangible goals, augmenting their self-esteem through diet and exercise that resulted in an overall improved quality of life. My clients were grateful, and I enjoyed the satisfaction of having a positive impact on their lives, both physically and mentally. So when my girlfriend woke up one morning and half-jokingly said she did not want to be married to Jack Lalanne and had this idea for me to become the first male matchmaker that dealt exclusively with woman clients for a new career, I balked but was open to starting something new. (in retrospect, Jack Lalanne, the respected and successful “godfather of fitness” died with a multimillion-dollar fortune and a six-pack, go figure…)

I should have known it was a bad idea when I was called by New York City’s most iconic matchmaker to have lunch so she could welcome me into the business. She looked me dead in the eyes and said, “Honey please tell me that women aren’t going to be your paying clients…are they?” I paused for a second and said, “yes they are because I truly want to help women meet the right men and also stay away from guys that aren’t serious about being in committed relationships.” She simply looked at me and said.” You will put a gun in your month in the first six months of your business. I wont take women as clients, I have an assistant herd them into a database and exclusively have men as my paying clients.” I was shocked, and wondered if this could this be true? Nah! She foreshadowed the reality of my idealistic vision for this business. One of my biggest regrets is ignoring her advice.

A Lifetime reality show, two New York Times best-selling books, speaking engagements, seminars, countless media appearances on the most popular talks shows and respected media outlets and a thriving matchmaking and coaching business soon followed. I was helping people in much the same way that I did in the fitness industry, but the focus was helping them find the love they sought and deserved. Most of my clients are successful women, highly educated, attractive, and genuinely interested in meeting a lifelong partner. What I didn’t anticipate was the downside of this business and the price I’ve paid being in the public eye while trying to do my best to fulfill clients’ (often unrealistic) expectations. While I have encountered individuals who have been grateful and appreciative, the difficulties and hurdles I face have truly sullied the business I’ve worked so hard to grow and maintain.

After my first reality show aired, I met with a prospective client. I will call her Kristi. She said she had trouble trusting men because of a recent sexual harassment situation at her job. Then, she strangely asked me what I thought of the details of her experience and asked me to roll play the conversations she had with her boss. I acquiesced since I thought it might help a potential client gain trust in working with me by sharing my thoughts. It turns out, she taped our conversation, editing it so it sounded like I was the one harassing her. Her boyfriend called to let me and my girlfriend know that they would distribute the tape to media outlets if we didn’t fork over a large sum of money. Fortunately, we chose not to negotiate with wannabe terrorists and my media savvy girlfriend (who surprised me with her subtle but effective Tony Soprano skills), put the kibosh on the situation after one very stern phone call. While I seriously considered throwing in the towel, she convinced me that this is the type of unfortunate thing that happens when you are in the public eye and developing a thick skin is vital. I knew there would be more of these disturbing and potentially damaging incidents, but I am not a quitter and chose to move forward.

The experiences and situations that ensued are truly much, much stranger than fiction. I wish they were fiction but this is my life…and it’s all too real.

A year after that first incident, I had a matchmaking and coaching client I’ll call Rene. She was a smart, successful woman who was eager for us to work together. I thought she had great energy and could definitely help her with her dating challenges. Then, the emails and homemade postcards started filling up my inbox and mailbox: pictures of her in bathing suits, evening gowns, posing seductively with lascivious captions. The emails were often accompanied by OpenTable reservations, for TWO, meaning she and I. She didn’t realize that I was her dating COACH, not dating HER! Rene was aware that I was recently married and had even met my wife on several occasions, going so far as giving Rene advice about her career. To say my wife was both livid and disrespected is an understatement, but she also did not want to escalate matters since someone who demonstrated such inappropriate and erratic behavior was unpredictable in what else she might do. When I tried to have a non-confrontational conversation with Rene about her inappropriate behavior, she threatened to tell the papers that I had come on to her and veritably extorted money, demanding a refund.

Then there was a client who I will call “Susan.” I proposed nine matches which she declined for reasons ranging from, the potential match not being in a “cool fraternity” in college (Susan was 36) to the potential match not liking her favorite band Phish. Even more outrageous was her declining a match based on her perception that his hair might be thinning. She actually insisted that I physically check his “hair situation” before agreeing to meet him. She had an aversion to balding men and insisted (after viewing numerous pictures of him at different angles) that I meet the guy in person and literally run my fingers through his hair to evaluate his follicle condition. Another client (single/never married) in her early 60s refused to meet any man who did not have an MBA from an Ivy school. A woman I’ll call Brenda blamed me for the flaws of a man she had dated for nearly 8 months, sending me pictures of the happy couple on many occasions including vacations and New Year’s Eve. When they broke up, she said he was cheap, and she had to pay his way during most of their relationship. Again, she chose to date this man for a length of time. I did not force her, but she felt the need to reprimand me for introducing her to him. The average looking documentary filmmaker who rejected 14 potential matches for various superficial reasons. The gay client who had such low self esteem that he berated me for introducing him to men who were “too good-looking.” I am constantly fighting an uphill battle…

What most people witness as they watch the heavily embellished matchmaker stories on reality shows is not remotely close to reality: very attractive, successful, stable people who just don’t have the time to meet that special someone. Almost every episode ends like a fairy tale. Miss and soon-to-be Mr. Right fall madly in love after a helicopter ride overlooking the city, followed by a champagne toast at sunset on a quiet candlelit beach while Mr. Right plays an acoustic version of Miss Right’s favorite love ballad. They kiss as the moon shines down on the genetically perfect “20” couple (both are 10s of course). Waves crash behind them as they hold hands and gaze out at the horizon, collectively dreaming of their future together. Unfortunately, this isn’t reality; it’s a really well-constructed production by a professional tv crew. I’ll tell you what is reality, though:

Most matchmaking clients are “normal,” average people. They are not Ken and Barbie or Brad and Angelina. They are more Ross and Rachel (from Friends) or Jim and Pam (from The Office). I reiterate that these incidents are not representative of all of my clients but there has been a great deal of unreasonable and vindictive individuals whom I have worked with. This is a thankless business. Even the recently married couple that I introduced did not have the decency to thank me or my colleague after sending the warmest of congratulations and mazel tov-filled emails. It’s disheartening but that has become standard behavior. One very major detail that these clients cannot grasp is that neither I nor any other person on the planet can determine or ascertain chemistry between two people. If I had that ability, I’d be richer than Bill Gates. Just as I can’t make someone meet a person he or she is not attracted to or interested in, I cannot foster chemistry between two people. I can’t count the number of times I have been called, texted, emailed and yelled at by disgruntled clients filled with rage, directed at me because the “perfect” guy I set them up with didn’t follow through with a second date. I typically get verbally berated and “punished” for another man’s rejection at least twice a week. Still, I am painted in a negative light, as most matchmakers are in the media. The poor, innocent “victims” did not find love after handing over a large sum of money, and it’s the fault of their matchmakers, who some choose to sue, others defame on social media outlets (often peppered with lies and slanderous statements) and then there are those who demand that I provide a full refund after they have used my services, received all of their matches and decided it’s my fault that they did not meet their future husband. They refuse to acknowledge that they played a part in the overall experience. They don’t have the ability to look at the greater picture and understand that maybe it’s possible that they are single and will continue to be based on their behavior, actions or lack thereof. In reality, they would love to tell off the person who rejected them, curse them, insult them, tell them they will never do better than them. Rather than risk being labeled the scarlet “P” (psycho), they find catharsis by abusing and/or punishing the person who introduced them to object of their unrequited affection… that would be me, their matchmaker. The experience is akin to someone signing up with a personal trainer, paying them for a certain number of sessions and then demanding a full refund if they didn’t see results or changes in their body. Just like a matchmaking client who can’t acknowledge her part in the nonsuccess of her experience (i.e.: being too busy to schedule dates or habitually canceling on dates, meeting her date in gym clothes right after a workout, talking about herself incessantly, broaching inappropriate topics, tweeting about her date in real time…), the fitness client can not admit that she canceled several of the workout sessions, ate poorly against the counsel of her trainer and when she did show up to her sessions, she only put in 50% effort.

What gets sensationalized and highlighted is the apparent “victimization” of the matchmaking client, but what does not get addressed is that person’s behavior and why she might have made it nearly impossible to do my job. I think lovelorn experiences resonate with the public, which is why the matchmakers who could not successfully marry off their clients (that’s a tall order unless you’re in the mail-order bride business) are often unfairly sued, slandered, portrayed as unscrupulous date peddlers and scolded for baseless and untrue misdeeds. We have all experienced heartbreak, rejection and deep disappointment when our feelings aren’t reciprocated or when it seems that you’ve met “the one” but things don’t turn out the way you fantasized that they will. At the end of the day, everyone just wants to find someone to love and to be loved back, and while it is still a business, I have always had my clients’ best interest at heart. They come to a matchmaker because they have not had success finding love on their own. I encourage my clients to not rely solely on the service to meet eligible singles. Those who cover all bases, say yes to invitations they might often decline, delve out of their comfort zone, try a new activity or experience at least once a week, give that nice but not amazing first date a second chance, smile often, make eye contact, throw away their proverbial list of a mate’s requirements, give their card to that cute stranger who caught their eye at a Starbucks…have the greatest chances of finding the love they seek, whether through me or somewhere else. I coach my clients, work to instill confidence in them, arrange makeovers, go shopping with them, approve outfits, craft and edit emails and texts to respond to the person they are dating or want to date, teach effective flirting techniques, play wingman, augment their online dating profiles to bring out the best in who they are. I suggest places and events where they might have the chance to organically meet someone who shares common interests. I am in no way crowning my head or looking to be posthumously canonized as the Mother Theresa of matchmakers. I do not have a perfect or stellar track record with my own relationships (which has been well-documented in the press as well), but I’m human, and I believe that being in a loving relationship makes us better people and brings out the best in us. It is not easy to find, but I truly think each person deserves to find love, and I’ll continue to forge ahead despite the naysayers and critics, the defamatory remarks, the bogus lawsuits.

What has made it so disheartening for me is the clients who refuse to participate in bettering themselves and opening up their criteria. They have more dealbreakers than dealmakers. They are their own worst matchmakers because they reject more than they accept; judge with prejudice and quite often should be investing in a quality therapist rather than a matchmaker.

Next time a disgruntled client suing a matchmaker becomes a big news story, you should be aware that there are 2 sides to every story or sometimes 3 sides, such as the case with my most recent publicly circulated ordeal: the scorned client, the innocent man who gave it a shot and the matchmaker, who truly wanted nothing more than for these two to take themselves off of the market and hopefully at least send me a thank you after they announced their engagement. Don’t think it’s asking too much…

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Ask Matt Titus: Ladies, Make the FIRST Move!

Ask Matt Titus: Ladies, Make the FIRST Move!

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Matt Titus answers your questions and gives advice on dating, love and relationships.

Stop waiting for him to come to you! That’s advice from a recent Women’s Health article, which says 55% of men find it sexy when a woman approaches them. Men enjoy receiving attention just as much as women do. If you think a guy will be less interested if you make the first move, you’re completely wrong. Don’t be afraid to smile, make eye contact, subtlety touch his arm and definitely compliment him (YES, guys like compliments too!). You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain.

Check out my appearance on Rachael Ray giving flirting and dating tips to The Food Network’s fabulous Sunny Anderson.

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If You Really Want To Know Someone, Live With Them!

Living together before you get married is a must. You never know anyone until you see their unabridged personal life. It’s hard to hide who you are when you sleep, eat and breath within 2500 sq feet of each other on a daily basis. Anyone can portray beauty, style and grace a few times a week, for a couple of hours. Case in point, many years ago I had been introduced to a sexy older woman that had an interest in investing in one of my fitness ventures. She had divorced very well and had money to burn so she asked me if she could be my silent partner. I needed a investor with deep pockets that would allow me to create my dream facility. I knew this was going to be a terrible mistake but I allowed my business greed to cloud my personal judgement. So the night we made the deal, we went out to celebrate and I somehow ended up in her bed the next morning (doesn’t that sound innocent?) Now I was sleeping with my investor. (aren’t I genius! this was probably one of the worst mistakes that I have ever made. It actually gets worse. This casual sex some how turned into a relationship that resulted in us moving in together after only 6-weeks! (And I’m a relationship expert) Yes I am. From experience my dear reader. The point is that I was living with a virtual stranger. Her first order of business was to claim stake to the 12 by 12 cedar walk in closet. She did this changing the locks and NOT giving me a key. Her explanation was that the closet would by housing her diamond jewelry and fine furs and didn’t want any apartment building personnel to have access. Excuse me, am I apartment building personnel? Where the f**ck is my key? I let that one slide, wouldn’t want to upset investor/girlfriend. Then she announced that every other friday she had to fly down to Miami (alone) and model diamond necklaces at parties for some old guy that owned a jewelry store. What? Oh it was okay because he was going to pay her $2500.00 for the weekend. At this point I felt like I was living in a different galaxy with some freakish martian. She would come back late sunday night (mind you, she would not contact me or answer my calls the whole weekend) looking like she had been on a 3 day bender of hard liquor and narcotics. She would sleep till 2 pm on Monday and show up at “our” facility for work at 4 pm exhausted, miserable and exceptionally demanding. Our fledging business was experiencing growing pains and cash flow wasn’t what she had expected. Maybe it was do in part to her  3 hour daily ” liquid power lunches” that she expected me to be her escort on. I was never a big drinker, so Belvedere and tonic wasn’t my drink of choice to go with my seared tuna. She had an exceptional relationship with Mr. Belvedere and tonic and would consume between 6 and 8 drinks during lunch. She then would demand sex in a public place and expect me to perform at an optimal level while I tried to please her in the stall of the men’s bathroom while the attendant pretended not to see us. Then she would beg me to have one more cocktail before we left. During our “cocktail” she would usually become wildly bipolar and start to cry over anything from our business to her general disappointment in life, Her sorrow would eventually turn into blind rage where she would verbally abuse me for the color of my shirt. This was usually followed by the “burning of sage” ritual at our facility to ensure that she “cleared” all the bad energy from our business so we could make money. So this was not only my girlfriend but also my business partner! As my investor she was responsible for the money in which I drew from the business. I was totally dependent on this unstable woman for my business as well as my personal success. How could I have gotten myself into this mess.

It all ended one monday afternoon when my investor/girlfriend didn’t show up for work. Around 4:30 my cell phone rang and I just assumed it was my cranky investor/girlfriend calling me to bitch. It was very surprising to hear Detective Charles on the other end of the line. “Hello Mr. Titus, my name is Detective Charles and we have just taken your girlfriend into custody for drug possession and trafficking.” As it turned out my “live in girlfriend/investor” turned out to be a notorious drug dealer and trafficker that was wanted in 3 states for felony drug possession. Who would’ve thunk it? Since I was never a drug user  or seller I had no idea what the signs were. I was lucky enough to bring in another investor and eventual sell my facility 2 years later for a profit. The takeaway from this story is to truly understand what you are getting into when you decide to move in with a significant other. As I had mentioned, it is imperative to do this if your eventual goal is marriage. Here are 10 things to do when you move in with someone so you can clearly see who they are.

1. Do not become financially dependent on each other. Do not merge bank accounts. Have one account that is for bills that you both contribute to.

2. Make sure that there is enough space so you can feel like each of you are alone even when you are home together.

3. Living together doesn’t mean that you have to be together anymore than you were before you moved in with each other.

4. Expect to see sides of each other that you didn’t know existed. Trust me, you can’t hide “the crazies” we all have them.

5. Be prepared for the relationship to become a lot more real. It will lose the luster but it will be replaced with substance and strength.

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Tip: Love or Sex ? Choose Sex…

Why do most women believe that their has to be emotion with sex?

Sex without emotion can be hotter and less inhibited.

Let a little passion drive your actions you might be surprised where it takes you.

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Building the Bridge to the Right Guy

I got to thinking this morning when I was sitting in Starbucks looking around at the beautiful, successful women that New York City has to offer the bachelors who walk these streets.

It’s really pretty simple.

It’s not 1975 anymore. Portraying yourself as a “Lady in Waiting,” as in waiting for your Prince Charming, is going to result in one thing: Being Lonely!

Nowadays, its all about being unique and different. What can you do to stand out from all of the other beautiful women that want that same good looking successful guy? The answer is in your behavior.  So, I put together a little checklist for the women who deserve the right guy.

1. Smile

2. Approach men

3. Introduce yourself

4. Start the conversation

5. Be fearless

Simple, yes. Effective, hell yes.

If a guy can’t handle a woman walking up to him and starting a conversation than he isn’t someone that you want to know anyway. A secure, good guy will be completely impressed by a women that takes the initiative and attempts to make love happen. So get out there with a purpose and a plan, smile at the next great looking guy you see and actually walk up to him and introduce yourself. You might be surprised at the outcome of your actions.

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Why You Attract The Wrong Men

Guess who’s fault that is? It’s yours! If you want to meet a certain type of man than you have to actually go to where he spends his time. It’s not rocket science. Stop being passive and lazy and just agreeing to go to all the same old, tired places that your girlfriends decide to go. Have a strategy and take control. Love can be serendipitous, but it won’t be on your time frame. Take action and make love happen. If your interested in finding out where the specific kind of guy hangs out just let me know.

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Taking Him from Lusting You to Loving You

Passion so intense the sheets are smoldering. He’s begging for more. You are in total control, pushing him, and you, into a state of ecstasy both of you have only dreamed.

Sex with your guy has always been great, but this time you rocked his world like no other woman on his notorious list of conquests ever has. As you reclaim your side of the bed, being the independent temptress of seduction that you are, the unthinkable happens: he follows you across the bed and wraps you into the most intense, I-will-love-you-forever spoon that you have ever experienced. As you feel his rock-hard abs melding into the small of your back, one last thought crosses your mind before you drift off to sleep, “GOT HIM.”

Have you ever been this woman? Well, let me tell you, I have been that guy and as soon as the sun came up, the sex kitten in my arms didn’t become the “love of my life,” she became “the lust of my life.” Contrary to what most women believe, giving a guy the best sex of his life does not get you any closer to his heart, but it can lead you to HIS TIPPING POINT, that critical time when a man’s sexual satisfaction opens the emotional pathway for him to fall in love.

If this window of opportunity isn’t handled correctly, it can actually keep you categorized as his woman below the belt. Believe it or not, guys do feel emotional attachment after sex, but they try to ignore and deny it.

The brief, pre-slumber moments after a man is completely sexually satisfied are filled with contemplation. “Maybe, just maybe, she could be the one.” And, he rationalizes by thinking about her ability to physically please him as well as her passionate living in the moment, sexual mentality. Many women, however, make the understandable mistake of showing their desire to emotionally connect after great sex. They become hyper-accommodating and absurdly attentive. Such after-sex behavior couldn’t be any worse if you’re in the market for more than just a romp in the bed. Why? Because when a woman changes from the seductive temptress to an emotionally needy marshmallow, his long-simmering fears of obligation, monogamy and commitment boil over. Mr. Right Now immediately extinguishes any thoughts of emotional attachment. But do not despair! You can conquer his tipping point and turn a commitment-phobic boy into a truly committed, fearless man.

First, great sex shouldn’t morph you into a doting girlfriend. Your mattress moves just rocked his world. Why turn around and tuck him in? If anything, let him wonder what you’re thinking as you both drift off to sleep. Then follow these four steps to transform him from lusting you to loving you.

Step One: After you show him your moves, move over. Retreat to the other side of the bed and do not make physical contact. Sleep soundly under a warm blanket of post-coital bliss.

Step Two: The morning after. Initiate another sexcapade. Please yourself, please him, and then get the hell out of there.

Step Three: Let him call you. I don’t care if it takes five days, let him reach out first.

Step Four: The next time that you are together, make sure the encounter does not include sex. Make him connect with you emotionally and don’t mention the great sex you had. He now knows what you can do in bed; show him what you can do outside the boudoir.

Engage the brain he has above his belt, find his tipping point, and your next night of lust will add the emotional element you’ve wanted all along.You Sex kitten you!!!

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Guys that text more than 3x without suggesting getting together aren’t serious about dating you!!!!

Look, when a guy is playing “Texting Tag” with you he is just feeding his ego from the attention he is getting from you. A real man wants to go from texting to seeing you in person as soon as possible.

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How to Get a Guy to Commit

Matt’s Dating Advice: Men become emotionally connected after they become physically addicted. So if you want a guy all to yourself make the passion hotter than ever but don’t sleep with him. Do everything else. Remember a guys fantasy about sleeping with you will always be stronger than the reality of it. Let him chase the fantasy until he falls in love with you.

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