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Rapport's Advice on Seduction, Dating, & Relationships

#MeToo, Now What? How to Move the Conversation about Sexual Harassment Toward Concrete Action

There are many women across America who are celebrating that men are finally seeing repercussions for their sexually inappropriate behavior.  It surely is a time to sit back and thank all women for their sacrifices in getting to this point and shared their #MeToo stories.  From Minakshi Jafa-Bodden who was brave enough to file suit against Bikram Choudhury for sexual harassment and won to Ann Curry whose career was derailed simply because she set appropriate professional boundaries with Matt Lauer, women are standing up and finally receiving the recognition for their reports of unprofessional and inappropriate behavior .  All over the country, men whom we perceived to have a great deal of power are being told that at the end of the day, they abused that power and now, for the first time, must face the consequences.

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The 3 Steps for a Successful Dating Detox

A dating detox does not mean holing yourself up at home and eating ice cream. It is a mindful, conscious decision to reflect on your progress to date, to note your likes & dislikes and to give yourself the time to think about what you really want. Only with this thoughtful process will you manifest the types of relationships you are seeking.

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Birthday Dating Etiquette for Men

It has happened to me many times. You meet someone two or three weeks before your birthday and awkwardness ensues as each person tries to navigate the expectations of an upcoming birthday before you are an official couple. To make matters worse, men and women often have very different views of the importance of a birthday which can lead to major miscommunication and hurt feelings.

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Inspiration

“Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down.”

by Oprah Winfrey
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