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Dating Honesty and Fun

Posted by Kathy Jacobson at 10:07 AM Singles Add comments
Aug 172011

     So you’re dating, again. We all know how much fun that can be, and how stressful. Seems like the beginning of getting to know one another on a more intimate level can be complicated as well as very exciting.

But many of us tend to stay on the surface because going deeper make us feel vulnerable. Actually, how can we develop more intimate relationships if we don’t allow ourselves to go to those more vulnerable places?

What if there was a tool, a fun tool that could help the dating process. Guess what! There is, and it’s called Do Tell the Relationship Game. If you’re reading this blog, you’ve already found us!

The good news is that playing this game opens up all kinds of communication and laughter that could take years to access. It’s done in a fun, sharing way that allows people to open up in creative and honest ways. What could be better if you’re entering the dating game? You’ll know more about yourself and whoever you’re playing with in a short amount of time.

We have videos on our website that highlight this. Here’s a home video of a man answering a card that asks him to demonstrate what he does that irritates his roommate. It’s brilliant because his answer has to do with thinking he has to be right and a lot of us think we have to be right. Watch it and let us know what you think.

Get your copy of Do Tell and play along. Don’t forget to share it with your friends and roommates. Get creative. Host Do Tell Dinner Parties for Singles and see what kind of match making happens.

On a more intimate level, what do you do that bugs your friends or roommate? I’ll tell you if you’ll tell me.

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Kathy Jacobson

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    November 24, 2011 at 2:56 AM

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