That's what compelled me to write What compels me to write this article today is a recent trip to the Harvard-Yale Game festivities, reminding me of how smart, educated women routinely sabotage their own chances for romantic fulfillment.
Because, as fabulous as these ladies are, all of their failed relationships have one thing in common: themselves.
I see women who continually find men who, for whatever reason, never step up to treat them the way they deserve.
I realized that it had very little to do with the men, but more to do with how the women approached dating.
If men aren’t interested in you, it probably isn’t because you aren’t a supermodel, it is probably because they can see how you feel about yourself.
"“Working with Michelle has completely changed my perspective on dating. Michelle taught me how to spot "red flags" and walk away sooner rather than investing time in someone that ultimately will not be able to meet needs that are important to me.
I ask better questions before deciding if I would like to go on a date with someone, I feel more confident that I am putting my best foot forward when I go out on dates and I don't worry about not finding someone else if I go out with someone I ultimately decide not to see again. Learning how to issue spot has been empowering for me.
I love it when she can write a sonnet, use Euler's formula, code Perl, play a concerto, speak half a dozen languages, run a company, quote Chaucer, diagnose diabetes, compose a quartet and converse brilliantly.
Especially in a big city like Los Angeles or New York, looks alone do not suffice.