Tag Archives: dating

Beware the Transitional Man: 3 Signs He’s Not Relationship Ready

“When the transitional man comes a knockin’, don’t open the door, or your heart for that matter.” – Mitch Stecker   Spring is here, in full bloom. Well, unless you’re in the Midwest, where we go from 50 degrees to … Continue reading

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New DGPS Book Cover Revealed!

 

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The Story of Diary of the Dumped

And Why It’s Now the Precursor to The Dating GPS Four years ago, Anita and I were gathering ideas for the vision of The Dating GPS. We wanted to put together a book that had a two-fold goal: to help … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes: The Skokie Review Interview

It’s funny how life turns out. One day you’re taking your ACT, the next you are sitting at your first cubicle and then, out of nowhere, you find yourself at a vortex of uncertainty. Chaos and confusion coupled with liberation … Continue reading

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Skokie: The Center of Our Universe

/ˈskoʊki/ So, what’s the big deal about Skokie, Illinois, really? What is it that makes Skokie such a mensch? Besides its name, believed to be related to the Algonquian word for fire, (which is pretty cool, considering Chicago means onion … Continue reading

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Top 10 Reasons Why Men are Awesome by Guest Blogger Roni Sokol

If you’ve ever known a woman, you’ve probably heard her moan and groan at some point about at least one of the men in her life. That’s one of the things we do best as women–complain about men. Indeed, I do a lot of man … Continue reading

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The Dating GPS™ Introduces Male Panelist Omar Sotelo: Husband, Father and Soldier

I walked the halls of my high school back in the 80’s, going from one class to another, passing by all kinds of friends and acquaintances saying “Hi!” and smiling. Regardless of who they were, where they came from, what they did … Continue reading

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