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posted by | on dating, relationships

“Pre-date due diligence is smart” if you don’t want to be surprised on a first date says, AJGpr client, dating and relationship coach, Laurel House. Married daters are more common than we’d like to think, says House, host of the podcast The Man Whisperer in a January 9, 2019, OprahMag.com article. Her tip: “A little pre-date due diligence is smart. Do a Google image search with his photo to see if it links to a Facebook or Instagram account.” This can also protect you from scam artists—be wary if the photos seem too perfect or his language is considerably more fluent in his profile than in his messages. And if he tells you he lost his wallet and needs a loan? Run.

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posted by | on health, psychology, relationships

As reported on November 20, 2018, in an article in the New York Post,  “when it comes to fidelity in relationships, a new surprising survey found that 49 percent of men did not think kissing someone else was cheating.” AJGpr client, Dr. Fran Walfish, Psy.D., a leading Beverly Hills-based child, couple, and family Psychotherapist recently weighed in on this newly released survey by the BBC and said that these men are in “denial.”  Walfish went on to say,  “The guy feels a tinge of guilt for what he knows is wrong behavior, and he can’t tolerate or bear that feeling of guilt, so he rationalizes it by telling himself it’s not cheating.”     

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