Dating tips from the millionaire matchmaker
Like, what do you think about "People always wonder, why does he not call?
characters and surprising celebrity guests, not to mention Patti's famous dating tips.
I met up with Patti to get some of those tips in person, and as usual her advice was spot-on.
Get ready to have your love love sorted out, Patti-style. I started dating recently (I went to Miraval spa last week) and I'm obsessed with meditation.
When I meditate for 15 minutes in the morning, I get clear on what I want.
So even if someone comes in to ask you out, you'll know before you step off the curb whether to waste your time.
I think what happens is we're taking dates just to take dates and then we're like ' Eh, the blind date didn't turn out to be like the picture online' or ' My friend didn't really think about what I wanted.' I think less dating, more quality.And if you're single for three or four months, it just means you're gearing up for the right one." "Another problem we're having as women is we care about what they think about us. I think that's the first question you have to ask. Do you really see yourself living out of state where you don't want to live?Do you see yourself liking his job and hearing about his work stories every day?Now, he goes home and he settles in on the couch and watches Sportscenter and he processes you.And if his wish list doesn't match up to yours, that's why you didn't get the call.It's not that you weren't a great girl and awesome—you could have something weird, like, ' She's unemployed right now, I'm not making a lot of money, I don't want to support a girl like I supported my last girlfriend.' You don't know what his past is." "You can ask him out after he's asked you out at least one or two times based on this: ' I have tickets to the Yankee game; my dad gave them to me and I don't really know much about sports—would you like to go?