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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. A study published in the Australian Journal of Personality and Psychology also found men are more inclined to say ‘I love you’ first, and to experience a greater rush of serotonin – the happiness hormone – when the words are reciprocated.
Jo Hemmings is a behavioural psychologist, dating and relationship Coach and TV including The Guardian, The Daily Mirror, The Times and The Daily Star.
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.
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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.
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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.
Jo is the author of five successful books, on sex and relationships, writes regularly for magazines such as New! Working with Jo was an absolute pleasure. She brought charisma and entertainment to the day and we’ve had really positive feedback from the radio presenters that she spoke with. We will be in touch with her in the future! Dr Dawn is a part time GP in Gloucestershire, co-presenter of Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies and regularly appears on TV and in the media, talking and writing on medical issues.
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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.
An Australian relationship expert has debunked popular myths about romance as couples prepare to celebrate their love on Valentine’s Day.
I laugh this off, even though it confirms one of my biggest insecurities. I have big feet size 8 and am so tall 5 ft 11 in that I always had to play the man in school plays. Oh dear. Sophia Money-Coutts, 35, pictured spoke to successful love coaches in the UK, for help with feeling more confident about romance. Why am I sitting behind my laptop having a lesson with a love coach? Excellent question. My interest in these coaches was sparked nearly two years ago, when I went to a work dinner at a restaurant in Notting Hill, West London, to celebrate the launch of a vibrator company.
My friend Jackie was promoting the business and promised a free dinner and a free vibrator. At this dinner, I sat beside a woman who told me her recent life story: having become pregnant with her then-boyfriend a few years earlier, he upped and left halfway through her pregnancy, leaving her devastated and scared. In the midst of heartbreak, she went to see a love coach who suggested she write a list of the qualities she was looking for in a partner — from character traits to physical attributes.
Apparently, a man with everything she was looking for waltzed into her life, took on her small son as his own and she had never been happier.
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‘Be attentive and refer to your date by name during your conversation as this will make them feel acknowledged and valued,’ she told Daily Mail.
By Jessica Rach For Mailonline. A woman who prides herself on teaching women how to date billionaires has revealed the warning signs that the man in your life ‘won’t commit’. London -based Anna Bey, 34, who goes by the moniker ‘JetSetBabe’ online, says classic signs that your man is ‘just not that into you’ include being ‘flaky’ and cancelling at the last minute. Speaking in her latest vlog entry on her ‘ School of Affluence ‘ site, Swedish-born Anna, whose approach has landed her a wealthy banker boyfriend, also said that ‘not spending money on you’ can be a red flag, and advised that setting boundaries would help attract ‘high calibre men’.
London -based Anna Bey, 34, who goes by the moniker ‘JetSetBabe’ online, says classic warning signs that your man is ‘just not that into you’ include being ‘flaky’ and cancelling at the last minute. Cancelling at the last minute. She says: ‘A man is really not into you if he cancels at the last minute, or if he is flaky and ghosts you. If a man is being flaky, he’s not valuing you.
Remember to value yourself’. Speaking in her latest vlog entry on her ‘ School of Affluence ‘ site, Swedish-born Anna, whose approach has landed her a wealthy banker boyfriend, also said that ‘not spending money on you’ can be a red flag.
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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?
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By Hayley Richardson For Mailonline. A dating expert has claimed the MeToo movement has made men across the world scared to approach women on the street for fear they’ll come across as ‘creepy’ or be accused of harassment. Kezia Noble, 38, from Chelsea, south west London , an author who appeared as a coach on Celebs Go Dating in , said many blokes have adopted dull ‘nice guy’ filters that actually repel women rather than attract them.
The divorced mother-of-one, whose YouTube videos offering dating advice have received 75 million views, said while the empowering movement has served a ‘very good purpose’, she is concerned about its ‘trickle effect’ which has made men feel they can’t talk to or interact with women in real life. Keziadded that most women she speaks to say they are fed up with ‘woke’ men being ‘too nice and bumbling’ and want a guy to take the bull by the horns and ask them out.
She told FEMAIL: ‘The MeToo movement served a very good purpose; Harvey Weinstein has just been convicted and quite rightly so – there are men in power who abuse it and this is something that I think most people would say should be clamped down on.
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An Australian dating coach has tackled the ‘modern dating issue’ of whether women should pursue a man or whether it’s still up to the man to ask someone out on a first date. Some people were of the opinion that if women wanted ‘equality’ in the work place and beyond, they needed to step up and ask for what they want, while others preferred the way of the past and liked the idea of a man ‘wooing’ a woman.
Those that stuck to tradition were vocal about their choice in the comments section. A third added: ‘In today’s dating world, yes a man should ask a women out. I wouldn’t say it’s old fashioned, my experience has proven that the ‘chase’ is important to set good foundations. Women should also make sure they are not always available and leave guys wanting more’.
While others were open to the possibility of being asked out by a woman – or doing the asking – and had already started to do so. Don’t think twice just do it, or life can be lonely waiting,’ one man said. While others were open to the possibility of being asked out by a woman – or doing the asking – and had already started to do so stock image. One woman said: ‘I actively try to pursue men only to be constantly ghosted so it is very disheartening’. Louanne was forthright with her own partner and believes women should have the power and confidence to pursue a man if they desire it.
And I always ask when is the last time you approached a man and struck up a conversation?