When asked what solution she offers, her no-nonsense approach surfaces: “I tell my readers and clients that safe sex is being safe physically, emotionally and mentally, so, if you can’t handle unemotional sex don’t have casual sex.This isn’t Sex and the City and you’re not Samantha”, she jokes.By combining knowledge derived from her academic background in Interpersonal Communications and Human Interaction (B. A) with her own adventures in dating, Suzie provides valuable insight and real, honest, relatable advice.With her lessons and practices grounded firmly in her dating golden rule, “be happily single! ) , Suzie sheds light on popular topics ranging from common modern dating dilemmas to online dating fraud, “textationships” (never getting beyond the texting/instant messaging phase), dealing with the baggage that comes from unresolved feelings towards exes, and first date conversation starters.“There are so many fantastic venues at little to no cost to explore any time of year”.Exhibiting her ability to make dating simple and fun (and cost-effective! “A great date is grabbing a coffee and being a tourist in your city.As a blogger who keeps it honest and real, she is no stranger to controversy and debate.
“Some of the best dates I’ve been on have cost little to no money”.
Another great idea is taking in a museum (which are free and open late on Thursdays).
Lastly, for all the foodies, trying one of the many wonderful restaurants that base their menus on locally sourced food”.
As her following grows and demand for her advice increases, she always believes her work is worthwhile.
“I truly believe that if, whatever you’re doing, you’re not impacting the world in a positive way then it’s all for naught.