Betty Answers Dating Questions

Question: How can I learn more about myself by dating?

Dear Betty, How can I learn more about myself by dating? Dating can be an exhilarating journey of self-discovery. It is an opportunity to explore different aspects of ourselves and uncover hidden desires and needs. Through dating, we get to know ourselves on a deeper level, understanding our preferences, values, and what truly makes us happy. It is like peeling off the layers of our personality, gradually revealing our true selves to the world. What does self-discovery through … [Read More...] about Question: How can I learn more about myself by dating?

Question: How can I learn to trust my intuition?

Dear Betty, Question:  How can I learn to trust my intuition? Trusting your intuition is a key element to making the right choices for yourself. It's that inner quiet voice that guides you. When you trust your intuition, you can confidently say yes or no to opportunities that come your way. You know deep down what aligns with your values and goals, and you have the courage to stand by your decisions. Trusting your intuition also means being okay when things don't go as planned. Life is … [Read More...] about Question: How can I learn to trust my intuition?

Question: How do I shift from ending an unfulfilling relationship to looking toward the future?

Dear Betty, How do I shift from ending an unfulfilling relationship to looking toward the future? Oh, the feeling of finally reaching the end of a relationship! Saying goodbye may seem daunting at first, but trust me, it can also be the start of a thrilling new beginning. Staying too long in relationships that no longer serve us can feel suffocating and restrict our freedom. But once we gather the courage to let go, we open ourselves up to a world of possibilities and newfound … [Read More...] about Question: How do I shift from ending an unfulfilling relationship to looking toward the future?

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Online Dating Advice

How to Begin Feeling Safe Enough to Express Our Truth

“Nothing in this world is harder than speaking the truth, nothing easier than flattery,” Fyodor Dostoyevsky, a Russian novelist, once said. And so, this is how millions of people feel and behave every single day. It’s hard to speak our truth or to reveal our true feelings to someone, especially when we have an unnerving fear that we may upset them. But by learning tools which can assist us in overcoming this fear and using our powerful voice in such a way that we are truly heard; we will be … [read more]

Innovative and Fun Ways to Date During COVID-19

Without a doubt, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken over the year 2020 thus far, causing extraordinary consequences. Individuals, businesses, and establishments worldwide are facing financial, physical, mental and emotional distress, and it’s also no secret that COVID-19 has made a big impact on the world of dating, sex and relationships. Luckily, we have the advancement of technology on our side, which has proven to be an invaluable way to boost morale, decrease feelings of loneliness and … [read more]

Is Online Dating Your New Career?

In movie after movie we see characters who seem to make dating their career. Male or female - they never “find the one” (well, at least until they meet the other star of the movie!) and instead move from one conquest or short term relationship to another. Though you may have met people like that, this sort of character is not one most of us relate to. If you are trying to stop the endless cycle of online dating – then you likely identify with the character that feels they have been dating … [read more]

Critical Acclaim!

Betty helped me to regain my authenticity and confidence

I was down-right desperate to find love. I was looking in all the wrong places and found my emotions to be all over the place every time I went on a date. I felt disappointed and hopeless. Betty helped me to regain my authenticity and confidence. She didn’t just help me to find a partner, but … [Read More...]

I just wanted someone to come home to…

It’s hard to really remember just how lonely I was before I met my partner. I had a great way of hiding just how lonesome life was, even though I’ve always had an active social life. I just wanted someone to come home to. My partner and I have now been going strong for almost a year and are … [Read More...]

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Expert Dating & Relationship Advice

Dating Risks are Worth the Relationship Reward

Dating can be an exciting and thrilling experience. It's a journey that often involves taking risks, putting yourself out there, and opening your heart to the possibility of love. While there are inherent risks in the dating world, the rewards that come from finding a meaningful relationship are immeasurable. In this article, we will explore why taking risks in dating is worth the relationship reward. From discovering true love to fostering a sense of self, the benefits of stepping outside your … [read more]

The Science of Attraction: Exploring the Complexities of Sexual and Emotional Attraction in Dating and Relationships

‍As humans, we are wired to seek connections with others. Whether it's to fulfill our physical desires or to find companionship and emotional support, attraction plays a crucial role in our personal lives. But what exactly is attraction, and how does it work? In this article, we will explore the science behind sexual and emotional attraction in dating and relationships. Understanding attraction: what is it and how does it work? Attraction is a complex mix of physical, emotional, and … [read more]

Nice Guys Finish Last? Not Anymore! How to Overcome the Nice Guy Syndrome and Thrive

As a relationship coach, I’ve seen many people struggling with relationships, especially with the Nice Guy Syndrome. This phenomenon affects both men and women, and it can be detrimental to their happiness and well-being. In this article, I will explore what the Nice Guy Syndrome is, how it affects people, and how to overcome it. Understanding the Nice Guy Syndrome The Nice Guy Syndrome is a term coined by Dr. Robert A. Glover in his book, "No More Mr. Nice Guy." It refers to a set of … [read more]