Where are you? The science of finding love online (video)

Wise Readers,


Where are you? The Science of Finding Love Online

 I hope you enjoy this YouTube video of my free seminar delivered 8/26/17 at the Eugene Public Library.

—Who are you and what are your goals?
—Who uses the ‘Net for dating, and what are their results?
—What kind of sites/apps are best for you?
—How many?
—How can you write a killer online ad?
—And more!

Thank you to Elle Oloresisimo for taking and posting the video, and for coming from Canada to attend this event!




Kindness is Learnable and We Need Kindness Now

Wise Readers:

Science proves that kindness is learnable; current events show that it’s so needed now. You’ve often heard me say that without being and finding a partner who is kind and respectful—not just when things are going their way, but as a habit—love won’t last. Fortunately, there are solid, science-supported resources for becoming more kind. 

Doug Carnine’s two one-minute long videos about his books will remind you of the value of kindness. The first video, about his inspirational book Saint Badass: Personal Transcendence in Tucker Max Hell, can be found at https://youtu.be/TDUK_xepme4. Saint Badass is about his Buddhist mindful-kindness partnership with men convicted of murder who transform their lives and his as well. The Amazon link for this book is https://goo.gl/MLvgBi. Read more about the book at http://feedkindness.com/books-and-more/saint-badass/.

The second one-minute video, about the self-help/us-help book How Love Wins: The Power of Mindful Kindness, can be found at https://youtu.be/EP8ucHZTzWU. How Love Wins takes the reader through 12 steps to become more mindfully-kind, which leads to greater happiness, health, longevity, and stronger loving relationships. The Amazon link for this second book is https://goo.gl/GQVzRR. Read more about the book at http://feedkindness.com/books-and-more/how-love-wins/.

To complement the books, his website http://feedkindness.com/resources/ contains a variety of resources to help you be mindfully kind to yourself, to your partner, children, friends, co-workers, community members, spiritual seekers, and social justice practitioners. He has also created blogs for his prisoner friends who write about what has happened to them since the publication of the books: http://feedkindness.com/blog/.



Breakups: How & When

Wise Readers,

I’ve long admired Dr. Terri Orbuch and her research on long-term love. In this episode of her show on Empower Radio, we’re discussing breaking up: when to do it, why to do it, and friendship in the aftermath. Thanks for joining!




Free dating seminar: Science of finding love online. one day only, Eugene, Oregon

Wise Readers,

This Saturday, August 26th, at 2:00 p.m., I’ll be teaching a free interactive seminar at the downtown branch of the Eugene Public Library (Eugene, Oregon) about finding love online. Have you ever wanted to write the perfect online profile? Select the best dating sites and apps for yourself? Learn more about who’s online, and whether relationships created via the Interwebs are better or worse? Deal with whether and whom to reach out to, and how much time to spend? Bring your questions and some paper and pens. See you there!





Love Factually to be released in fourth language

Wise Readers,

I’m delighted to announce that in addition to English, Love Factually is now slated to be published in Vietnamese, by AZ Vietnam—joining global publication in Spanish (Planeta), and Japanese (Shasta). Thank you for helping to get the word out. Through your Amazon and Goodreads reviews, word of mouth, and sharing of podcasts and articles, YOU have helped this book to help others. Thank you so much. Here’s to love—factually—for everyone.