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  1. Dating Blunders: Care to Share a Smooth Move?

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    B tweeted this: @FantasyDaters Snuck The Gent into the house and he ducked when family arrived. Then we realized his car was parked in the driveway. Yep. Oops! Should we give her sympathy points for that smooth move? Have you been in awkward dating situations like that? I recently went...
  2. Fantasy Dating Rule # 1: Talk To Strangers

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    “The goal is to talk to strangers,” I explained to my friend, Colleen, at dinner last night. “Isn’t that hard for people? Especially because we’re taught all our lives not to talk to strangers?” she asked. She had a point. As kids, people are warned about “Stranger Danger.” It’s ingrained...
  3. Get Off the Island

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    “The best advice I have is to get off the island,” said R. “Huh? What does that mean?” I asked. “We have these routines. We go to the same places. The same restaurants. It’s like we’re stuck on the same island. Just because it’s easy.” “Yes,” I said. “And I...
  4. Dating Practice Makes Perfect

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    When was the last time you went on a date? If you find yourself flashing back through the seasons, or counting years, you may be out of practice. It sounds silly, but just like with a sport or cooking or any other skill, we need to practice dating. Otherwise, figuring...
  5. How to Make Small Talk

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    Last night, during an ice cream craving, I stood in front of the freezer section at the supermarket, studying options. A guy walked up and stood to the right of me. “What’s your favorite?” I asked. “Dulce de Leche. Do you like caramel?” He asked. “I do,” I replied. “But...
  6. How Will You Dive Into Summer Love?

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    It’s Summertime in North America! That means beach time, picnics, parties, festivals, farmer’s markets, holiday events and more! This Summer, the Fantasy Dating opportunities go way beyond your normal daily activities. It’s not just about smiling and chatting with strangers while you run errands. It’s about physically getting out there....
  7. Check What You Project

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    Imagine screeching into a parking spot and running into Starbucks, completely annoyed because every resident in your city is driving like they’re blindfolded. You snarl at the long line, huff to the end of it, cross your arms and wait for what seems like forever for the barista to ask...