Hometown: Dallas, TX United States
Occupation: Relationship Therapist/Author
About Singlescoach®About the Singlescoach
Nina Atwood, M.Ed., LPC, is a licensed therapist with twenty years in private practice. Nina launched the world’s first educational resource on the internet for singles, Singlescoach®, in 1996, simultaneous with the publication of her first book, Be Your Own Dating Service. Since then, she’s established herself as one of the foremost authorities on the intricacies of dating and love relationships. She’s been featured in innumerable national magazines and newspapers, on radio hundreds of times, and on national and regional television. Nina’s newest book, Temptations of the Single Girl: The Ten Dating Traps You Must Avoid (Wheatmark, 2008), was just released to rave reviews. Nina lives in Dallas, Texas, with her Soul Partner and husband, Mark
Singlescoach®'s InterestsMy passion is writing books on singles and dating. I believe that with the right set of tools, you can acheive the highest form of love. I have written three self help books that have helped many lead them to there soul mates.
To get more information on my other books, please see the links provided:
Good Marriage: A Health Insurance Policy
In a recent Time Magazine article, the report from decades of research is that marriage helps both men and women live longer and healthier. But if you read the full story, you find that for women the caveat is this: the marriage must be good for her in order for her to experience the health benefits. The biggest factor? How much your relationship causes your brain to trigger the release of the stress...
Tempted by the Wounded Guy: Can This Relationship Make It?
Hello All, I received a question from a reader on my Ask The Singlescoach portion of my site the other day, and wanted to share it with you. This information could help you get what you need out your relationship...keep reading Dear Singlescoach: i'm 28yrs old and i've been with my 31yr old boyfriend for 3months. it took me a long time to be able to open my heart up to another man after a bad break...
Often people set goals for the new year without stopping to reflect on the past year. The problem with that approach is that lessons learned are often not carried forward, so you wind up repeating the past year's mistakes. This exercise helps you access lessons learned so that you achieve emotional completion for the past year. Carve out some time (an hour or two) and set the stage: put on your favorite...
Holidays For Singles: Will We Get Engaged?
Have you been dating someone for a significant period of time and with a high level of involvement? Do you feel the pressure to get engaged over the holidays? For many couples in this situation, the expectation of getting engaged rachets up with every DeBeers commercial you watch together. Family and friends may unwittingly add to the pressure as well. The biological clock may tick especially loudly...
First Kiss: What Does It Mean?
When was the last time you were kissed for the first time by someone new? I don't mean a casual peck on the cheek. I mean a hot, passionate, bone-melting, knee-weakening, no-holds-barred kiss. Now ask yourself this: what happened after that? Did you hook up (as in casual sex), start a long-term relationship, or go your separate ways? The answer may have something to do with your gender. A new study...
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