6 Most Overlooked Relationship Killers and How to Fix Them By Terri Orbuch PhD (DrTerriTheLoveDoctor.com) If you ask the average person what breaks relationships apart, he or she might say money, lying, or cheating. And that is true. But, like death by a thousand paper cuts, there are even more insidious everyday habits that kill relationships too. For nearly three decades, I’ve had a front-row seat to thousands of relationships. My ongoing research—a long-term study funded b
We are so excited for our newest client AHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! Ladies- this guy is not going to last long. Super smart, handsome, funny, well-traveled, successful, kind and an incredible listener. He loves to work out, be outdoors and at the beach, try new restaurants, and travel! We are on the lookout for beautiful Jewish single women under 32 who have never been married and are independent, confident but easy going and sweet, active/healthy and educated who are excited about the
Have you ever been so turned off by your date's political views that you just can't imagine seeing them again? Many millennials and other couples are now divorcing over this issue and I would love to know how many of you find yourself in the same position or have been this way on a date. My boyfriend Andrew and I differ on politics slightly- he is more left-leaning and I am more conservative with social liberal views, but even if we disagree, I still respect his right to shar
Want to take your better half or new love interest on a memorable date?? Here are our top ten spots for fabulous dates in Los Angeles. #1 For the Romantic Soul Perch LA 448 S Hill St, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Perch is a stunning rooftop bar that takes you into another world outside of the usual LA vibe. Beautiful people and crafted cocktails and brews with a killer view of downtown buildings. #2 For the Young at Heart Sherman Oaks Castle Park 4989 Sepulveda Blvd. Sherman Oaks, C
We are thrilled that our engaged couples met through our services- we wish them a lifetime of love, happiness, and health! Ella & Eran, wedding June 2016 Mike & Adva, Wedding April 2016 #engagement #love #dating #matchmaking #matchmaker #marriage #wedding #couples #jewish
It is 2016 and I am still single- Where do I go to meet other quality singles in LA?! Now that you've decided you are ready to meet someone in the new year, commit to finding new ways to explore and be open-minded in this fantastic city.
So here it is- our first newsletter in the new year. We will be sharing resources, stories, advice, and tips on how to improve your love life in our weekly newsletters, and we can't do it without your questions, comments, and love. We toast
Spending time with people you love is what matters on Valentine's Day. And every day. This year, instead of creeping and looking at your ex’s instagram pics or drinking whisky while watching Hulu Plus with your cats (just me?), here are some ideas to keep you out of the blues and remembering you don’t have a sickness called singledomitis.
For all you adorable couples- yes we hate you. Enjoy time together and take the pressure off. Being grateful is the key to this lovely a
We are featured in an article discussing pros and cons of dating apps vs matchmakers. We already know the value of matchmaking- do you? http://www.yourtango.com/experts/jarone-ashkenazi/matchmaker-app-maker-make-meswipe-me-match-yentas-vs-apps #matchmaking #onlinedating #dating #singles #love
Welcome to our Daily Apple Love Blog! I have lived in Los Angeles for over 15 years and am so excited to finally live my dream of connecting Jewish singles! The first couple I set up were my inspiration to turn my passion into a career- they are engaged a year later and getting married in the spring of 2016. We work with Jewish singles from all over Los Angeles who are generally between the ages of 25-45 years old, but we are open to all ages. Our clients and members are smar
The entire reason we are on this earth is to connect with others- to grow and create intimate relationships and to increase joy in each other’s lives. If we are dismissive of others and their feelings, how can we expect to find and maintain love in our own lives? As we enter Adar, the Hebrew month of increased joy, Purim is around the corner and renewal becomes a reality. Spring is coming, and the opportunity to break through our own barriers to a deeper and higher level of j