{Dating} “How I got my flirt back”

A few months ago, FOF Robin McGann won us over with this candid, laugh-out-loud entry to our contest to win a session with dating coach Cheryl Savage:

“Try dating when you are 55, widowed and work on the West Coast on New York hours! (I’d love to go out – can we do the Early Bird Special?) Right now, I’m not interested in a life partner; rather, I’m interested in a companion for activities (I cycle, take Salsa classes -I’m the tallest one there ;-D), study French, do Yoga and love to try new things. I had a great marriage and am not looking for a ‘damaged’ person. That is hard to find at my age! I need a dating coach to help me clarify the type of man I’m looking for and how to find him.”

A few weeks ago, Cheryl worked with Robin to help her on her hunt for a dream man. “I was completely clueless about how to recognize when a man was interested and equally clueless about using body language to give men the signal that I am approachable and fun,” says Robin.  “A good dating coach can help you up your game and increase your odds of meeting men. After that, it’s up to you. I had a blast.”

Watch the video here:

Since her “outing” with Cheryl, Robin received several calls from men she met, and went on a few dates. Although nothing blossomed, she will employ the methods she learned to score many more dates. Good luck Robin!

What do you think the biggest challenge with dating is? Comment below and tell us.

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5 Responses to “{Dating} “How I got my flirt back””

  1. Barbara says:

    Honestly, I realized that I just wasn’t putting enough effort in. Let’s face it — we get out of something what we put in and I keep saying “I don’t have the time”. Since I teach people about the difference between “finding” the time and “making” the time, I think I need to take my own advice! LOL

  2. Deanna says:

    Exactly HONESTY! Also I think you have to like yourself. I need places to look! I work in a women’s center, don’t go to bars or clubs, and attend a small church!

  3. angel says:

    Love the Term….Man-ar like Radar! I def need to keep mine on. Thanks for the tips!

  4. Deb says:

    Wow, she makes it look so easy! (Even in front of a camera!)

  5. Johanna says:

    Honesty: not only with oneself, but with the one you’re dating. It sounds like a given, but we tend to present our best foot forward at first, but then, eventually, when we get down to everyday living, as my mother used to say, It all comes out in the wash.” Honesty would save a lot of time.


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