In this course, Dating Coach and Certified NLP Practitioner, Erin Tillman, The Dating Advice Girl, gives male and female adult students of all ages, in all lifestyles and sexual orientations, tips for attracting the dating/relationship life of their dreams. In a world where singles date by default, Erin provides students with dating tips for entering into relationships consciously.
This course is ideal for anyone who feels lost, fearful, skeptical, or exhausted in the dating process and for those who are looking for guidance and encouragement for attracting like-minded partners who have similar dating/relationship goals and objectives.
This course includes easy-to-follow lectures on the following:
This course also includes exercises, downloadable worksheets, and will take just under an hour to complete.
The course is based on Miss Tillman's in-person workshops and her book, 'The Dating Guidebook: Tips For Living a Happy and Healthy Single Life Without Losing Yourself in the Dating Process.' If you'd like to feel more empowered in the dating process, this course is for you!
This section is the intro for the class. Erin Tillman, The Dating Advice Girl gives male and female students in all lifestyles and sexual orientations an overall idea of what to expect in this class, talks briefly about expectations and standards (which is covered in depth later on), and reminds students that dating should be fun.
For those students who may be experiencing I high level of fear or nervousness in the dating process, this section provides encouragement to help put nervousness and apprehension into perspective.
This section will help students to reevaluate their current dating/relationship standards and adjust them to attract more people who are on the same page.
This very important lecture will help students get clear on exactly what type of relationships they are looking for. There is a downloadable companion worksheet that will help walk students through the process.
In this section, students are encouraged to stop waiting for a partner to start living life by taking action and doing something this week that is out of their comfort zone but also aligned with their dating/relationship goals. This action will help get students to the dating/relationship life of their dreams.
This section covers the importance of keeping online dating and dating app profiles upbeat and positive and reminding students that their profile should be a positive representation of themselves.
This section gives students tips for posting favorable profile photos that will attract positive attention and serve as an accurate representation of who they are.
This section advises students to avoid over-talking about certain subjects both virtually and in-person on early dates. Certain subjects can sabotage dating/relationship potential.
This section helps students who need some tips when it comes to asking out a potential love-interest. For students who would rather be asked out instead of doing the asking, this section provides tips for helping them get asked out.
This section helps students to stay out of the 'friendzone' with potential love-interests while giving tips for getting out of the friendzone with current friends and potential partners.
This section encourages students to be safe when giving out personal information to potential love interests. This section is especially important for those who are meeting people online or via a dating app.
This section serves as a reality check by helping remind students that their potential love-interests may have other things going on in their lives early on in the dating process. This will help students to avoid 'freaking out' if someone isn't 100% available in the beginning.
This section is designed to help students take action and shift their current situation by taking something they've learned in this class and testing it out in the real world, in this case, getting more comfortable talking to strangers. Real life experience is key here.
This section focuses on why coffee/drinks is a good 1st date idea and gives suggestions for planning a date with a potential new love interest where friends could be involved.
This section is designed to help students take action and shift their current situation by taking something they've learned in this class and testing it out in the real world, in this case, going on a practice date. Real life experience is key here.
In this section, Erin Tillman, The Dating Advice Girl, wraps up this course, gives a few final words of encouragement, and congratulates students on completing the class.
The Dating Advice Girl, Erin Tillman, is a dating expert, social life consultant, author, speaker, radio host, and certified NLP practitioner based in Los Angeles, California. For almost 10 years she has helped singles successfully navigate through the early stages of dating through her book, The Dating Guidebook, over 100 dating-related articles for various lifestyle and dating sites, radio and TV segments and through her weekly radio show, The Dating Advice Girl Radio Show on 99.3 KCLA FM (voted one of the Top 10 Best Dating Podcasts on the Web in 2013 and listed as one of the Best Places for Dating Advice on Twitter). She has hosted singles events in and around Los Angeles, has participated in dating and self-help workshops and seminars, has gotten and given dating tips to celebs on at events and on red carpets and has collaborated with several networks, production companies, radio stations, and magazines including Lifetime, Men’s Health, WGN 720 AM Chicago, 700 WLW Cincinnati, and KHOW 630 AM in Denver.
Erin has built a large network of loyal LA-based followers and a growing following across the US and abroad. She is the author of The Dating Guidebook: Tips for Living a Happy and Healthy Single Life Without Losing Yourself in the Dating Process.