Just Ask Ami!



Tired of Being Held Hostage by Love? 



If the answer is "Yes" then its time for a new direction.   Our  coaching strategies will  teach you several key elements that will make navigating the complicated dating, mating and marriage world very easy.  

You will understand that biology is not always destiny. Your relationship energy Yin or Yang,  has more to do with you creating a successful romantic relationship than anything else. 

Regardless of your age, race, social status or sexual orientation the rules of energy remain the same; opposites attract and stay in love-equality kills intimacy.

In my seminars and group sessions you will learn the following skills the most important is understanding the difference in biology and chemistry between men and woman.

Understanding and accepting the unalterable biological differences between men and woman will increase your relationship skills at work, on dates, within your marriage and as a parent.  Click here to listen to my mentor Dr. Pat Allen discuss men, woman, dating and mating!

    1. Learn the three secrets that every successful relationship at work or in love has in common so that you can manipulate communications to to your advantage. Create win-win situations that develop long-term trustworthy relationships.

    2. Learn how to stay out of bad relationships from the beginning. Learn to avoid the pervs, psychos and losers before they waste your time, money and good looks-remember that "pretty" has a shelf life.

    3. Discover methods on how to attract your soul mate and most importantly learn how to keep him/her madly in love with you.

    4. Practice your new skills within a supportive group environment at one of our Seduction Safari outings.

    5. Learn how food and nutrition can help you gain control of your emotions; a brain that works well needs protein to function at its optimum. 

What To Expect

As your personal relationship coach, I will meet with you one-on-one, by appointment, in person or by telephone. No more second-guessing! 

As a trusted coach, I will collaborate with you, helping you fine-tune your approach while avoiding any pitfalls of the past.

 With my guidance, you now have a confidant who will be behind you every step of the way. Relationship coaching will help you if:

  • You’re new to the dating scene - If you’re recently divorced or widowed, it may be difficult to begin dating again-things have really changed.
  • You’re a single parent - You don’t have to put your romantic life on hold simply because you have children-but you do need to be careful. Balance can be difficult, but you deserve love and romance in your life. Let me help you manage the challenges of kids and companionship.
  • You’ve had a lot of "first dates" - There are many do’s and don’ts when first getting to know someone.  It’s important to be yourself, but first, but presentation is key. I¹ll help you explore any areas that may be hampering your chances for success and create an action plan for results.
  • You’re unsure of modern dating etiquette - There are several sets of dating rules out there-rules for dating, mating and marriage.  I’ll help you make sense of the "who does what, when and why" questions!
  • You’ve been in and out of numerous relationships - We focus on helping you create a sustainable relationship with a life partner or a spouse. It is critical you have clear relationship criteria, goals and a  vision. Remember you marry what you date.  I’ll help you discover who you are, and clearly define what you want.
  • You have a history of picking the wrong or unavailable partners - By utilizing my special program, I’ll help you develop a plan to define and get the relationship you desire and not settle for less than what you want any more. You are not your fault-without guidance you will keep repeating your first relationship-the one you had with Mom and Dad.
  • You’re currently pursuing on-line dating - Many people begin their dating experience by using on-line matchmaking sites.  From writing an on-line profile to email and phone communication, I can provide you with the skills needed to screen matches effectively, avoid the punks, perverts and psychos.


Quick and Easy Internet Dating Rules


1. Trust Your Gut Instinct
Your instinct is a powerful medium for knowing when something doesn't feel right. It is also a great way to measure when to move forward with someone and when to turn and run. As you read profiles, responses to emails, have phone conversations, and meet in person your instincts help tell you if something is "right" or if something is out of alignment. The "out of alignment" message is your cue to be careful, back off, or proceed with extreme caution. Trust your gut instinct, it's the most powerful psychological tool you have at your disposal.

2. Don't Provide Personal Information Too Soon
Your home phone number and full name provide easy ways to track who you are and where you live. Armed with just your home phone number, a person can easily gain access to your income information, home address, and even learn the value of your home. Armed with your first and last name, a person can do searches to determine quite a bit of information on you - where you work, what you do, and even what your home phone number is. So in the initial stages of communication, guard your personal information. As far as phone communication, see the next tip.

3. Use a Free Email Account
If you decide to move your communication from the anonymous email feature provided by the majority of online dating services then provide an email address that isn't your regular one. Sign up for a free Yahoo!, Hotmail, or Gmail account that you use just for online dating. Don't put your full name in the From field - only your first name or something else. This protects you from a person being able to search your normal email address to find out more information about you.

4. Use a Cell Phone or Anonymous Phone Service to Chat
When it's time to move your communication to the next level (talking on the phone), never give out your home phone number. Either provide a cell phone number, use Skype to communicate, or use an anonymous phone service. It's just an added protection barrier until you get to know the person better.

5. Beware of Married People
It's unfortunate, but a lot of married people do use online dating services. They'll even go as far as to meet people. A few years ago, MSNBC reported that a study found that up to 30% of people using online dating services are married! To help you in determining whether a person is married or not, read the Online Dating Magazine article, "Staying Clear of Married Men".

6. Look for Questionable Characteristics in Your Communication
As you chat via email and on the phone you may be able to start to pick out characteristics of the other person. Are they controlling? Do they seem to anger easily? Do they avoid some of your questions? These can be questionable characteristics that tell you it's time to move on.

7. Ask for a Recent Photo
There's nothing wrong in asking someone if their photos are recent. If they don't have a photo, request a recent one. It's important for you to get a good look at the person you may eventually meet. Plus your instincts from your communications and their photos may provide you with valuable insight into the person. Plus, if they tell you the photo is recent and you meet and see a major difference, then you'll know the person lied and can cut the date short. If a person lies about their photo or profile then that is a red flag to no longer pursue the relationship.

8. Stick With Paid Online Dating Services
Free online dating services provide a greater opportunity for potentially dangerous individuals. They don't ever have to provide a credit card or other information that identifies them. There is some truth to the saying, "you get what you pay for".

9. Don't Get a False Sense of Security
Some online dating services claim to offer "background checks" and when signing up for such a service you may find it easier to let your guard down. Don't. Laws differ from state-to-state when it comes to background checks and there are even several states where checks can't be effectively performed. Because of the inconsistency, criminals/wrong doers can and do get into services that do "background checks". Never let your guard down.

10. Meet in a Public Place for Your First Meeting
When it's time to schedule that first exciting face-to-face meeting, arrange to meet in a public place and provide your own transportation. Your initial meeting will tell you a lot about the other person, including whether or not he/she lied in their profile. Your gut instincts will kick in. Never accept an offer to be picked up at your house. Make sure that a friend knows where you are at and who you are with.

By following these tips, you'll help protect yourself from being an easy victim to someone who may have ulterior motives. Remember that trust is a "four letter word".


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