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You want #chemistry. But you need #connection. Can the two coexist? Avoid the classic “either/or” #dating dilemma this way: #partnerselection

Paul writes, “Hello Susan. For most of my life I have been struggling to choose the right partner for me. There is usually this dilemma for me; to choose either a man to whom I am sexually attracted but have very little in common with, or a man who I feel deeply connected with but doesn't ignite sexual desire in me (which I guess is an upgraded version of a friend). How should one proceed in this context? Thanks”
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Hunting for #redflags? If you’re itching to ask your #date what happened in their last #relationship, here’s the best way to do it: #breakups #divorce #newlove
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Does the #heartache of grieving your #marriage make you wonder if you made the right decision to #divorce? Here’s how to regain clarity and #hope.

Candice writes, “Hi Susan, I'm a HUGE fan of yours and I think you hit the nail on the head every time you dole out advice. My question has to do with divorce. I am going through a divorce now and I would love some advice on getting through the grieving process, how to stop questioning whether or not you made the right decision and the best way to put yourself back out on the dating scene again. Thank you!”
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Your #partner hasn’t said, “I love you” yet. You could worry, or you could do this: #love #commitment #relationshipadvice

Marie writes, “My question might be elementary, but when should a partner say, "I love you"? I am a woman in my 30s who has been dating a man in his 40s for 10 months. The relationship has been thoughtful, mature, and (dare I say) loving, but he has yet to say, "I love you." I have been waiting for him to say this phrase first, but am I being old-fashioned or ridiculous by waiting? Many thanks for your videos!”
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Wondering why a guy would like you enough to #kiss you, then #run? My interview with +9.Honey.com explains this counterintuitive twist. #datinggames
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#Breakups are difficult enough...but, what happens when you have to see your #ex every day? My feature with +Elite Daily​ shares action steps that alleviate your discomfort. #datingadvice #relationshipexpert
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What’s the line between a healthy territorial reaction and delusional #jealousy? Here’s how #bipolar individuals can know the difference. @azinkerman @IntlBipolar

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Still trying to get things right with your #narcissist? Hoping you’ll find a method to make the #relationship work? Here’s the bottom line: #datinggames

Are you tired of watching videos and reading articles about narcissists? Perhaps you’re taking the right approach but applying it to the wrong person. Instead of trying to change the narcissist, why not change your attitude about them? This is the one thing they desperately need from you, and the only thing over which you have complete control.
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Want to overcome your #fear of #approaching someone you'd like to know better? Here’s an elegant solution and #conversation starter: #datingadvice

Alika writes, “Hey Susan, I'm a big fan of yours! My question is about taking chances. Is it a good idea to "shoot your shot" as Millennial’s often say? I find myself wanting to interact with people I see at school or the gym, or even messaging them on social media, but I don't have the guts for it. Even further, I can't tell if I'm being reasonable talking myself down, or if that feeling is actually insecurity?”
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Your #partner’s #hesitating. What does that mean? Here’s how to know if it’s #caution, or an issue of #commitment. #relationshipadvice

Julie writes, “Dear Susan, how can you tell if you and your partner are on the same page regarding the future if your partner is a more reticent, cautious person? I know that my partner loves me a lot, is kind and consistent. However, unlike me, who would love to dive straight in to a life together, he is taking things much more slowly and warily. I sometimes take this for a lack of commitment. Thank you! J”
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