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Podcast – Fantasy Dating #3 (how to move from dating to a relationship

Wondering how to go from dating to a being in a relationship? OFFline dating expert Camille Virginia gives us the play by play on this episode of Fantasy Dating Radio – find out why transitioning from dating to an exclusive relationship doesn’t have to be complicated!

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    Podcast – Fantasy Dating #2 (how to have a great first date)

    Sick of awkward first dates? Camille Virginia shares secrets to first date success, giving tips on where to go, what to do, what to wear and what to share. We’ll talk first date do’s and don’ts and provide tips on everything from planning the date to following up.

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      Podcast – Magnet for Love (how to meet him offline)

      Want to meet him offline? Get easy + actionable tips you can put to use in your own life immediately (plus listen to an adorable Irish accent from host Lorna Poole) – like where all the quality men are hiding, how to stay out of the “friends zone”, why most women aren’t approachable (and what to do about it), and what exactly the Confidence Cycle is.

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        How to Go From Small Talk to A Meaningful Conversation

        As an introvert, I’m not a big fan of small talk – and yet I love chatting with strangers.

        So, how does that work exactly?

        The key for me is moving beyond surface-level topics and steering onto something more meaningful.

        Every person in the world has a wealth of interesting stories, facts and emotions that are changing constantly. If you think about it, we’re all pretty …

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          Podcast – Fantasy Dating #1 (how to meet a man offline)

          Tired of online dating? Camille gives singles who are burned out with online dating authentic alternatives to find their match in the real world. She’ll share details about how to be approachable, drop a hint, and get their number.

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            The Random Conversation Made Easy (and Non-Creepy)

            *This article first appeared in Date Therapy® Magazine’s Fall 2016 issue

            One of my most awkward conversations happened when I was a shy, 16 year old girl.

            I’d just come back from a Caribbean cruise with my parents where I’d met this cute boy who lived a few towns over. He and I had exchanged phone numbers, but a week after the trip I still hadn’t heard from him and was determined to do something about it. So, for the first time in my life…

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              How I Went From Awkward Teenager to Offline Dating Coach

              It was the most dreaded time of the day: lunch time.
              That meant walking into a huge room full of hundreds of people, all of them judging me, and hoping there was still a spot left at a table so I wouldn’t look like a loser. I really hated middle school.

              Since then, life has thrown curveballs a lot bigger than worrying what a bunch of 13-year olds thought about me. But at the time, facing that midday meal every day was almost enough to make me lose my appetite.

              So how did I go from being afraid of the lunch room to becoming an offline dating coach who helps women meet men in the real world?

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                3 Ways You Unintentionally Sabotage Your Chances At Love Every Day

                This article appeared in Elite Daily on July 23, 2016   Sometimes it’s tough to be a single guy trying to meet a girl in the real world. Nature has wired men to pursue: to “go forth and conquer” (or in today’s world, you know, talk to people). But with online dating and everyone constantly...

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                  How a vanilla latte can get you a date for the weekend

                  “We met in a coffee shop, when I spilled my vanilla latte!” How great would it be to have that as your “how we met story” with your future partner? A random, real life interaction that led you to each other. Your own mini Serendipity moment. Fun, whimsical, and so meant-to-be. But who meets in...

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                    An easy script for dealing with random rude people

                    Don’t you just love rude people? I want to share a story about a random rudeness encounter that happened to me recently on the bus – and how I was able to end things on a good note (and how you can too). It was an overcast afternoon, looking like it was about to rain any second....

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                    • TiffanyApril 29, 2016 - 11:47 am

                      I just read the first couple sentences and remembered I just had a rude encounter about 10 mins ago. Me and a man were both attempting to parallel park in front of a store. He was first, so I pulled up and activated my reverse lights to let him know that I also wanted to park, so please move back so I can fit in.

                      Instead he parked directly in the middle of the 2 spots so I couldn’t park. I reversed and asked if he could move back some. He said it’s not enough room. Well I felt like it was, at the very least move back and let me try. I drive a little PT Cruiser and can normally get into most spots. Either way, what’s the worse that could happen? If I couldn’t fit surely I wouldn’t crash into his car to force my car in.

                      Anyway he wouldn’t move back so I had to circle the block until someone came out the store… so RUDE. …ReplyCancel

                      • camillevirginiaMay 23, 2016 - 2:53 pm

                        Well that was not very gentlemanly at all!

                        So glad you at least asked him and gave him the benefit of the doubt that he may not have know what you wanted.

                        I feel like sometimes we tend to dismiss things before we ask for what we want. Although, in this case he was apparently well-aware 😉ReplyCancel