Dealing With Cultural Differences and Dating

Cultural Differences and Dating—Should I Limit Who I Date? Short answer: No. Longer answer: Nope. Though my answer seems pragmatic, dealing with cultural differences and dating (in the Western World) still boils down to the same basics—chemistry, similar values and compatible long-term goals. Interesting. Let’s remember that of the long-term, happy couples who I’ve interviewed, […]

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How To Be A Gentleman

10 Ways on How to Be a Gentleman What is a gentleman, anyway? “Things such as men who are polite, calm, and considerate are the cornerstone for defining what it means to be a gentleman. The most common perception of a gentleman is a man who ensures that he is chivalrous towards women. The term […]

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Should A Man Pay For Dinner?

In the Modern Age—Should a Man Pay or Is That Sexist? Short answer: Yes. Yes! YES, pay! Longer answer: (yes if…) …the concept of a chivalrous act that has persisted when many others have diminished, is not financially driven. James Michael Sama Before we all get our backs up, let’s examine my reasoning. Never mind […]

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How Childhood Trauma Affects Adult Rejection

Experiencing Childhood Trauma Affects Adult Rejection Warning: Trigger Alert The more you get rejected, the better you get at handling it. ~ Richard Phu, Dating Coach That is a quote I posted on my Facebook Wingmam page. I noted that when I was in real estate sales I got rejected “a shit tonne.” An astute […]

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Why “Just Be Yourself” Isn’t Enough Unless…

You’re Enough but Just Be Yourself Isn’t. If you know me or have read my posts for a while, you know that I like to ruffle feathers and stir shit up, as in: challenge the status quo. (Whatever that means.) But before you read this be yourself blog, I must disclose that either because of […]

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