Are you still looking for that perfect someone?  What makes a partner “satisfying” vs. “perfect?” Psychologist Jeremy S. Nicholson believes: “Having a satisfying relationship doesn’t require finding the perfect partner. All it takes is using the right strategy to choose a good one. That starts with deciding on the few, specific things that you really […]

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Matchmaking is a fairly new phenomenon for a lot of people. Thinking about using one?  Here are 5 good reasons: Matchmakers provide personal services that other agencies, including online dating sites, cannot.  They get to know you as a person and are working for your interests.  That is why matchmakers typically only have a small […]

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We know that you are complex and this is a simple quiz.  Answer each question honestly and to the best of your ability. I am willing to invest this much TIME to develop a new relationship: A)    0-5 hours per week B)    6-10 hours per week C)    10-20 hours per week D)    As many hours […]

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Your score should be between 5 and 20: SCORE: 5           We need to raise your Love Awareness (LA) to ensure a successful match.  See Ten Ways to Raise Your Love Awareness. SCORE: 6-10 While your LA is a little low, you have great potential. See Ten Ways to Raise Your Love Awareness. SCORE: 11-15   You are […]

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The Internet is great for most things, but not for everything. While we strive to find love in a digital world, realize why it might not work for you. It’s time consuming.  Research shows that people tend to get overwhelmed with too many choices. And not all profiles on a site represent paying or active […]

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Kama=the acquisition of sensual pleasure and Sutra= the guidelines of yoga, the word itself means thread in Sanskrit. Kama Sutrais NOT a  tantric text. Kama Sutra refers to the original text, Original Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana, based on the science of kama. Vatsyayana’s purpose is to set kama (enjoyment of the senses) in context. The instruction […]

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Maya Angelou says: “If we lose love and self respect for each other, this is how we finally die.” “If you find it in your heart to care for somebody else, you will have succeeded.” “My great hope is to laugh as much as I cry; to get my work done and try to love […]

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MYTH #1:  Black people don’t get married.  This is silly.  Of course we get married!  Statistically, men and women are waiting longer to get married, if they marry at all.  Marriage rates are going down across all races.  Read more about more Black marriage myths. MYTH #2:  Black women want to be in charge of everything […]

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