My mission is to give intelligent, successful, motivated people like you the tools to create, attract and keep the relationship that you desire. If you’re dating a man who treats you poorly, I have an easy solution: dump him. Dating coaching is about changing the way you choose men, not about changing men themselves. Where we start depends entirely on your circumstances.

I wish I had understood these things earlier, but life being what it is, I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be.

I'm in love, getting married and hopefully starting a family soon. In short, thank you for everything, I can’t say that enough.

You’ve given me tools I will use for the rest of my life.

However, I would still like to send you and your lovely wife an invitation.

If not for you, I don’t know that I would be getting married.

You taught me a great deal and I’ve been spreading the gospel of Evan in an attempt to pay it forward.

Actions speak louder than words, it's not always as personal as we make it and the right guy does the right thing!

My comprehensive coaching program, Love U, is six months. You and I will be starting a new love life from scratch, not trying to save your broken relationship with a toxic commitmentphobe.

So, since 2010, I’ve worked exclusively with smart women who want to understand men and find love. As much as I’d like to wave my magic wand and hand you a life partner, coaching is a process. Sometimes the difference between despair and success is just one piece of information, one shift in perspective that alters your entire life. Attracting and keeping a healthy partner doesn’t happen in one 50-minute phone session.

Wondering if there’s something you can do differently. Then I realized that while men need lots of help, they generally don’t ask for it. Which means that yes, I’ve helped women just like you before.

Better yet, you’ll have internal peace in knowing that you’re going to make all the right decisions in your future relationships. I really wanted you to officiate our wedding, but it was very important to Jeremy that we have a Rabbi or Cantor – and, as I learned from you, compromise is important.