Freezing Your Eggs Doesn’t Always Work Out

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Every so often, I receive an application from a woman who wants private coaching who is torn: invest into finding lasting love or freeze her eggs to potentially have children. If she has a finite amount of money, as most of us do, it’s often an either/or.

I’m aware of the potential conflict of interest in giving advice in this situation, but my opinion has never wavered: the best thing you can do – and the surest ticket to long-term happiness is to become happily married and then figure out how to start a family together – IVF, adoption, surrogacy, etc. And yet, for many women who long to have their own biological children and see their window closing, they opt to freeze their eggs first and try to find a guy later.

The best thing you can do – and the surest ticket to long-term happiness is to become happily married and then figure out how to start a family together – IVF, adoption, surrogacy, etc.

Perhaps this article will give them pause.

It’s the story of Brigette Adams, who spent $19,000 to freeze 11 eggs in her late 30’s, only to discover, at age 45, that her insurance policy wasn’t as airtight as she thought.

“Two eggs failed to survive the thawing process. Three more failed to fertilize. That left six embryos, of which five appeared to be abnormal. The last one was implanted in her uterus. On the morning of March  7, she got the devastating news that it, too, had failed.”

This is not an  uncommon story.

“James A. Grifo, a fertility specialist at NYU Langone Health who is one of the pioneers of the procedure, calls the whole notion of being able to “control” your fertility – perpetuated by the media and embraced by feminists – destructive.

“It’s total fiction. It’s incorrect,” Grifo said. “Your whole life it’s beaten into your head that you’re in control and if you can’t have a baby, you blame yourself. There has to be more dialogue about what women can be responsible for and what they are not responsible for.”

To be clear, it’s not that egg freezing is a bad option. If you freeze your eggs when you’re under 35, you have a very high likelihood of fertilizing them. Those numbers drop steadily through age 45, when harvesting 6 eggs only offer a 5% chance at a live birth. For a fortysomething woman counting on egg-freezing to save the day, that can be a rude awakening.

“Individual clinics are often reluctant to share their own information, she said, and many don’t refer patients to academic studies that attempt to quantify the probability of success. Only a few such studies exist: A 2016  Fertility and Sterility  study of 137 women who tried to use their frozen eggs found that women who froze 10 eggs at the age of 36 faced a 30  percent likelihood of achieving a live birth. Last year, researchers writing in  Human Reproduction  calculated that the same women should have a 60  percent success rate based on their mathematical model.”

A 100% drop between the mathematical model and reality; that’s a pretty big difference between what doctors hope will happen and what actually happens.

The decision to conceive a child without a father is an intensely personal one, and the only person who has the right to make that decision is the woman involved. Still, I think it’s essential that women start with a full set of facts.

The fact is that egg freezing has a highly variable success rate, dependent upon the age of the woman and the availability of viable eggs.

The fact is that telling a guy you’ve frozen your eggs is NOT a huge selling point. I’ve seen women put this in their profiles as if it would attract a 40-year-old man who wants to be a father. It’s not. He’s still going to reach out to women 25-35 if he wants time to fall in love and get married without the iffy nature of egg freezing determining his future.

The fact is that telling a guy you’ve frozen your eggs is NOT a huge selling point. I’ve seen women put this in their profiles as if it would attract a 40-year-old man who wants to be a father. It’s not.

The fact is that even if you have a child, dating as a single mom to an infant or toddler is extremely challenging, and most men will tend to avoid the situation, if possible.

Once again, this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t freeze your eggs. If anything, you should just realize the limitations of egg freezing while weighing your options.

Your thoughts, below, are greatly appreciated.

 

Are You Secure, Anxious, or Avoidant? Attachment Theory Explains It All.

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Three  years ago,  my clients  urged me to read “Attached” by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller.  They said it changed their entire outlook and understanding of relationships.

I read it. They were right. In fact, attachment theory is enjoying a bit of a renaissance, having first been conceived and validated 50 years ago to explain human behavior based on your upbringing, and now being applied to things like, well…dating.

I was so blown away by the book that I rang the authors and asked if I could teach (with credit) their material in my Love U coaching course and I was delighted they said yes.

Attachment theory is relatively simple. Per a recent New York Times article, “By the end of our first year, we have stamped on our baby brains a pretty indelible template of how we think relationships work, based on how our parents or other primary caregivers treat us. From an evolutionary standpoint, this makes sense, because we need to figure out early on how to survive in our immediate environment.

“If you’re securely attached, that’s great, because you have the expectation that if you are distressed you will be able to turn to someone for help and feel you can be there for others,” said Miriam Steele, the co-director of the Center for Attachment Research at the New School for Social Research in New York.

Most of this imprinting stems from childhood and continues, unconsciously, to run your romantic life.

It’s not so great if you are one of the 40 percent to 50 percent of babies who, a meta-analysis of research indicates, are insecurely attached because their early experiences were suboptimal (their caregivers were distracted, overbearing, dismissive, unreliable, absent or perhaps threatening). “Then you have to earn your security,” Dr. Steele said, by later forming secure attachments that help you override your flawed internal working model.

In short, about half of children are considered secure and are able to form healthy, intimate bonds as adults. The other half – having experienced, say, verbally abusive mothers or absent alcoholic fathers – sees intimacy thru a different lens.

Anxious people crave love but are hypersensitive about minor relationship issues and are constantly insecure that their relationships are in jeopardy. This is exacerbated by the fact that they usually choose avoidant partners.

Avoidant people claim to want intimacy, but don’t act consistently. They run hot and cold. They fear losing their freedom. They find fault with others. They believe they are loving but have the inability to make their partners feel safe.

Most of this imprinting stems from childhood and continues, unconsciously, to run your romantic life. Secure people usually partner up in healthy marriages, while anxious and avoidant people are like magnets for each other, activating each others’ attachment styles. If you’ve ever seen a woman who is always freaking out about when her boyfriend last texted, she’s likely anxious. And if you’ve ever seen a man who fears commitment and acts consistently inconsistent, he’s likely avoidant.

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And please, in the comments section below, share what you think your attachment style is based on what you’ve read here today.

Your Time, Your Money, Your Happiness, and Your Questions Answered

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Time is the most precious gift in the world.

There are only 24 hours in a day and you’re asleep for 1/3 of them.

So how are you allocating your time?

How many hours per week do you spend at work?

How many hours per week do you spend commuting?

How many hours per week do you spend with people you love?

How many hours per week do you spend learning or growing?

How many hours per week do you spend in the pursuit of love?

Tally it up and you’ll see what I see every day.

You know that connecting with others, learning and finding lasting love are the keys to your long-term happiness. But where do you spend all your time?

That’s right.

Time is the most precious gift in the world.

You spend the least amount of time doing the things that give you the most pleasure.

I’ll admit: I’m very lucky.

I’m my own boss. I work from home. I don’t work nights or weekends because being a good husband and father is more important than any career successes.

But I also know that this is rare. Sometimes your life gets a bit out of whack – where you lose sight of your priorities and you can’t seem to get things under control.

Well, today is your big chance.

Women this week have been emailing me to learn more about Love U, my one-of-a-kind new program that will help you understand men and find lasting love.

Since time is at a premium — and since I can’t conceivably write back emails to every woman who is curious about Love U — I have decided to answer them all here.

“I’m a busy woman with lots of previous obligations. How much time is Love U going to take me?”

The very point of Love U is to bring this world-class material into your hands in a fun, digestible fashion that does not require you to redo your schedule.

Now, I often compare the process of finding love with the process of losing weight. But there’s one big difference:

Losing weight is an arduous process. It never ends.

You watch what you put in your mouth each day for the rest of your life.

You exercise each day for the rest of your life.

Contrast that with Love U, in which one aha moment can change everything.

One two-and-a-half minute video can make a light bulb go on over your head, illuminating your path to the altar.

And that’s why — when my readers told me in a survey they were willing to give 2-3 hours to Love U every week — I got really excited.

I don’t need you to give me 2-3 hours.

To watch the videos, you need 25-35 minutes per week or 5 minutes a day.

You can knock it out all at once like watching a half-hour sitcom, or you can just look at the videos on your phone before you go to sleep.

Believe me, if you have time to brush your teeth, you have time to do Love U.

“Why does Love U last 6 months? I’ve seen other programs that are only 6 weeks.”

Either those 6-week programs are force-feeding you more than you can handle, to the point where you’re stressed out at how fast they’re going…or more likely, they’re really limited in scope. That doesn’t mean they’re bad.

It means they are not doing anything nearly as comprehensive as Love U.

Take an amazing program like Calling in the One, which is 7 weeks of healing your past. But despite it’s considerable merits, it doesn’t tell you what to do NEXT.

    • – How to gain confidence and enjoy the dating process.

 

    • – How to flirt and make cute men take notice.

 

    • – How to date online and attract the highest quality guys.

 

    • – How to deal with texting and sex and dating multiple people.

 

    • – How to be selective and avoid wasting time on losers.

 

    • – How to understand men and be the only woman who “gets” him.

 

    • – How to have healthy boundaries and assert your needs.

 

    • – How to communicate and make men want to please you.

 

    • – How to break up when it’s time to move on and cut your losses.

 

    – How to be a great girlfriend that gets a great guy to propose.

That much stuff simply can’t be taught, digested and implemented in 6 weeks.

What I love about Love U is that once you learn something, you never unlearn it.

Love U allows you to learn with very little effort, by breaking this material into digestible weekly chunks. This way, you will never get burned out, and you will be able to put the lessons into practice effectively.

And if you still want the quick-fix miracle where you think positive thoughts and manifest Mr. Right in a month, well, then, you’re correct: Love U is not for you.

“When can I expect to see results from Love U?”

Instantly.

I don’t mean that facetiously. I mean that quite literally.

What I love about Love U is that once you learn something, you never unlearn it.

So when you dive into our first week and watch those first videos, I am going to bring you back from the depths of despair…

…reframe your negativity, and give you an instant jolt of confidence that will carry through this entire program and beyond.

Every week, you are going to have some major aha moment that reshapes your perspective on dating, relationships, and men…

And before you know it, everyone you know will see a difference.

Your friends. Your family. And especially the guy you end up dating.

So while I will never make a promise I can’t keep, I will say this with all sincerity:

Nobody has ever worked with me and said, “Man, that guy didn’t know anything. He didn’t care. I didn’t learn a thing that I didn’t already know.”

You are going to gain immeasurably in each and every week, so by the time you graduate you will not have any blind spots when it comes to men and relationships.

In other words, if you don’t have a boyfriend by the time you graduate Love U, the question is not a matter of if — it’s only a matter of when.

“I just don’t know if it’s worth the money.”

Really? Look at your credit card statement.

Take a look at what you spend money on.

Car. Gym. Hair. Gas. Makeup.

Shoes. Clothing. Gifts. Restaurants. Classes.

Travel. Gadgets. Antiques. Hobbies.

I’m sure we could go on, but if this is where your money is going, can you really say with a straight face that any of this is more important than LOVE?

If you don’t have a boyfriend by the time you graduate Love U, the question is not a matter of if — it’s only a matter of when.

Let’s look at it another way — pre-boyfriend and post-boyfriend.

Would you rather buy dinner for one or have a man who takes you out to dinner?

Would you rather spend thousands on home improvement or find a guy who is handy around the house?

Would you rather travel with a girlfriend or stay in a honeymoon suite?

When all is said and done, there is literally NOTHING more important than love.

And for the price of a inexpensive lunch each day, I will answer your most pressing questions about dating, sex, men and relationships so that you will gain confidence, awareness, experience, motivation, perspective and success.

If you’d rather invest that same money in something else, that’s fine.

But don’t tell me that $333/month for 6 months is too much to spend on finding a spouse.

You spent $100,000 on a college education and you forgot everything you learned.

My area of expertise — self-esteem, love, and happiness – is FAR more important and will pay infinitely greater dividends in your future.

“Okay, Evan, it’s worth the money. I just don’t want to SPEND the money.”

That’s a little closer to the truth.

And I completely get it:

You don’t want to spend money on something that seems unnecessary.

After all, millions of women find love without Love U.

Why should you have to invest in a course to find love?

Great question.

But I have a question to your question:

How many more years do you want to struggle with men?

How many more years do you want to be alone?

How many more years will you invest your time, energy and money in things that are comparatively frivolous — cars, vacations, furniture, fashion, beauty?

How many more years are you going to deny how much you want to be loved just because you’re afraid of failure?

Because to me, THAT’s the crux of it.

You’re not afraid of investing the money in a quality program like Love U.

You’re afraid of what happens if this doesn’t work.

You’re afraid of doing anything different — and you justify it by staying in the exact same place you are today.

Low-stakes, low-rewards.

Spending more time at work than on love, even though you know that love makes the world go ‘round.

So I am certainly not saying that Love U’s monthly cost is nothing.

You’re afraid of doing anything different — and you justify it by staying in the exact same place you are today.

I’m saying that when you look back in 30 years at how happy you were to have spent your life with one special man, you will certainly not remember the modest monthly cost it took to get you there.

I am now married to a wonderful man that I met about 2 years ago on Match. I cannot overemphasize how important your guidance and advice was in finding the right person for me. I worked with you in different capacities over half a year I think. I tried Match, eHarmony, speed dating, blind dates, ItsJustLunch and went on over 80 dates with about 40 people. It was exhausting and disappointing. Really hard. The hardest thing I have done in my life apart from going through a divorce and then a failed engagement. I read lots of books on dating (for the first time in my late 30s) and spoke with girlfriends and family, but your sharp advice kept me focused and gave me invaluable perspective. I chose to believe you and followed your advice as I was lost without it — it gave me hope where I thought no hope existed.

At the end it happened exactly the way you predicted it. While I was struggling with the tedious, demanding, exhausting dating life, he was going through a divorce and recovering. One day the wife of his best friend signed him up for Match. I winked at him. He wrote me a thoughtful response. I was his second date from Match and it instantly clicked. We were married in September after a year of dating.

All I can say is THANK YOU. Keep doing what you are doing — you are so good at it. You were the wizard in my love story.

Ana

Ana was a private client who paid nearly $8000 for 3 months of coaching.

Love U is only $333/month for a six-month curriculum with weekly videos, exercises, coaching calls and a private online forum to ask questions.

There’s a money-back guarantee. You have access to it for life. And time is running out, as this special offer is only available for a few more days, until May 31.

Click here to learn what Love U can do for you.

Warmest wishes and much love,

Your friend,

Evan

P.S. Healthy. Loving. Calm. That’s what you’ll feel when you are in the relationship I’m describing. I know six months seems really far away right now, but imagine what it could be like to be in a healthy, happy relationship, where you can show off your new boyfriend at Thanksgiving dinner.

This can be your destiny…but you have to act before enrollment closes in a few days on May 31st.

Click here to see what Love U can do for you.

P.P.S. If you still have questions about Love U, check out my FAQ, which should cover just about everything you need to know about this limited-time offer.

Can’t wait to see you next week for your first class on Past Baggage…

Everything You Need to Know About Men For the Rest of Your Life

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I’m assuming that you’ve got a rich, full life, complete with friends and family, work and hobbies.

I’m assuming that you’ve loved and lost at least a few times.

Finally, I’m assuming that you’d prefer to find a happy, healthy, nurturing, fun, passionate relationship that lasts forever.

If I’m wrong — if you’d rather be alone than to have a happy, healthy, nurturing, fun, passionate relationship — then my new FOCUS Coaching isn’t for you.

If you’re reading this right now, I’m confident that you want the real deal, but you’re afraid.

If you don’t put yourself out there, if you don’t learn to understand men, if you just leave things the way they are now, nothing is going to change.

Afraid of putting yourself out there.
Afraid of being rejected.
Afraid that you aren’t as good at dating as you are at every other aspect of life.

But most importantly, you have this fear staring right back at you in the mirror:

You’re so afraid that you’d rather be alone than to risk getting hurt again.

And if that’s the case, you’ve already got your own wish. There’s no risk in staying alone — you can continue to live this way forever — but there’s also no reward.

There’s no one to cuddle with you on Sunday mornings.

No one to comfort you directly after a confrontation with your boss.

No one to surprise you with roses or fresh squeezed orange juice.

No one to provide you the unconditional support and companionship that you desire. And sex! Don’t forget regular sex with the man you love!

If you don’t put yourself out there, if you don’t learn to understand men, if you just leave things the way they are now, nothing is going to change.

You’ll read my emails one year from now and your love life will be the same.

Same frustrations. Same short-term flings. Same emotionally unavailable men.

By doing nothing, you’re making that decision to keep doing things your way.

If that doesn’t sound appealing to you — if you’re fed up with being single and confused about men — you’re going to LOVE FOCUS Coaching.

That’s the name of the new coaching program I’m offering you on Tuesday, a result of my listening to all your responses to my surveys and blog posts.

What you told me, loud and clear, is that you wanted:

Something that covered a number of different relationship topics.

Something that enabled me to answer your personal dating questions.

Something that was affordable, even if you’re on a budget.

By now you’ve already contemplated the cost of your own pain. How it would feel better to have an amazing relationship than to have a new kitchen, and so on.

So how much would it be worth for you to know the secrets of the male mind: what we think, why we act like we do, and what you can do differently to connect with us?

Because with my limited time offer that begins on Tuesday, I’m giving you a live, monthly, one-hour coaching call with me about the topics that YOU want to discuss.

I’ll begin each call with short, 10-20 minute lecture on a given topic (understanding men, confidence, commitment, compromise, etc), and then I will take your questions, live, on the conference line for the rest of the hour.

And if that were all I were giving you, the years of frustration you’ll save by working with me would be easily worth thousands of dollars.

But since my primary goal in FOCUS coaching is to give you the most value for the lowest price, you’re in store for much, much more when you join me next month.

Check out everything else that comes with your FOCUS Coaching:

  • A CD of each month’s FOCUS Coaching call. If you don’t want to take notes during our live sessions, I will be recording and sending you a physical copy, which you can then put on your iPod for future listening. Imagine, having every single secret about understanding men with you at all times!
  • A glossy 4 page monthly newsletter, sent to your home, recapping the highlights of each month’s FOCUS topic. If you’re a more visual learner and respond better to written material, I’ve got you covered.
  • A professional FOCUS 3-ring binder, in which you can store all of your CDs and newsletters in one place. Unlike most forms of self-help, which go in one ear and out the other, you will have a permanent collection of wisdom to guide you through your love life.
  • Access to an exclusive FOCUS member forum, where you can interact with other women from around the world who are dealing with the same questions. Plus, I’ll be on the Forum regularly between our monthly calls to provide additional support.
  • A digital and audio copy of my must-read eBook, Why He Disappeared. If you haven’t read this before, it’s the foundation of my philosophy for how to forge healthier relationships with men. Valued at $27 on my website, you get it for FREE, just for being a part of FOCUS Coaching.
  • A provocative hourlong interview with me conducted by relationship guru Rori Raye, in which I tell you how to connect with both alpha and beta males, how to develop a higher tolerance for disappointment, when to walk away from a losing situation, and how long it should take for you to know he’s “the one”.PLUS
  • The first 100 women to join FOCUS Coaching will be invited to attend an exclusive and intimate Q&A teleclass, above and beyond the monthly group coaching calls.

Because I’m loading this offer with invaluable content that will forever change the way you view, understand and interact with men, if you haven’t already I would highly encourage you to sign up below to get on my advanced notification list, as well as my report “3 Ways to Instantly Improve Your Relationships With Men”:

If you’re on this list, you will get an email notifying you of the launch of FOCUS Coaching BEFORE everyone else.

So sign up below to get on my advanced notification list. Based on the hundreds of emails and comments I’ve gotten, you’re clamoring for answers and I couldn’t be more excited to give them to you, at a price that you can definitely afford.

Have a great weekend and keep your eyes peeled for one last video from me on Monday.

Much love.

Your friend,

Evan

*UPDATE: FOCUS Coaching is now available! Click here to learn more about this coaching program for smart, strong, successful women.

Do The Ugly Face Unfair Discrimination?

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I read this blog about a recent movement to stop “discrimination against the ugly” and found it fascinating.

It makes a reasonable point. There are protections for discrimination against gays, blacks, and women, so why should we still be allowed to exercise bias against the unfortunately asymmetrical people out there?

Your gut may say that women are judged unfairly for their looks, but that wouldn’t be the entire story. Says a related New York Post article: “Men, in fact, suffer the greater repulsiveness penalty in general: Unattractive women earn 3 percent less than average-looking women, while unattractive men’s take-home is reduced a whopping 22 percent.”

The question I have for you is whether you feel that you’re judgmental of others based on looks, age, height, weight, education, or income… and, just as importantly…have you been judged negatively for one of those other characteristics?

Your comments, as always, are appreciated.

Should I Continue My Long-Distance Relationship When We Haven’t Even Met Yet?

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Dear Evan,
I met “Peter” online in January and have been emailing since. I am Canadian and so is Peter but he works in Silicon Valley. After our 2nd email, I told Peter that I do not believe in long-distance relationships even though I like his profile and he told me that he chose to connect with a Canadian girl because ultimately he wants to be relocated back to home to Toronto, where I live. In the first 2 months, we emailed once every week and in the last couple of months, we emailed each other 3-4 times a week. With all the lessons I’ve learned from you about ‘men should chase women,’ I did not ask when he will visit Toronto/visit me. He would write to say he is planning a trip and then something at work came up and he had to postpone it.

He told me he is looking for a sustainable relationship like me. On your advice, I am not sitting at home waiting to hear from him. I still go out with other guys; I am enjoying dating. (Again, I have learned so much from you. I even go out with guys who are 5’ 7” tall. I never wanted to before, but I am keeping my options open because you are correct in that this short guy could provide me with the best relationship and ultimately be a good partner.)

My question to you, Evan, is should I continue writing to Peter or should I write him a ‘last’ email to say I enjoyed ‘knowing’ so much of him/his work/his family/interest in the last about 5 months but that I am not looking for a pen pal but a relationship, and then move on? I will be very sad if I really have to do that, but I am levelheaded enough and I feel if he is truly looking for a real relationship/girlfriend, he should at least make an effort to visit me. Do you think I am correct? I look forward to what you have to say. Thank you Evan. —Melody

Armed with those tools, you should be extremely confident that you’ll find a man who is attractive, kind, consistent, and wants to be with you forever.

Sigh.

My dear Melody, you’re a living contradiction.

You’re a fan of my work, you’re actively dating and enjoying it, and you’re embracing your feminine energy. Triple Yay for you! Armed with those tools, you should be extremely confident that you’ll find a man who is attractive, kind, consistent, and wants to be with you forever.

And then you tell me this story.

You don’t believe in long-distance relationships, but you’re in a long-distance relationship.

You’re not looking for a pen pal but you have a pen pal.

You want the real deal but know that the real deal makes an effort to see you.

And my favorite contradiction: you’d be very sad to let him go, although you’ve never actually MET him.

To be very clear, you can’t lose something that you don’t have.

You don’t have a boyfriend. You don’t have a long-distance relationship. You don’t even have a “guy you’re seeing”. You have a nice-enough sweet-talker who is keeping all his options open at your expense. He lives in another country, says he wants a relationship, says he wants to move, and yet has done nothing to further either of those two goals.

To be very clear, you can’t lose something that you don’t have.

Don’t get me wrong: he may care about you, inasmuch as you can genuinely care about someone by exchanging emails three times a week for six months. But really, the guy doesn’t even pick up the phone, much less book a flight? He’s just not that into you.

As for how you deal with it, I don’t even think it’s a matter of cutting him off or writing him a final email. There’s no reason to burn bridges or get overly emotional about something that only existed in your mind.

But you can certainly let him know that you’re going to focus on your local love life, and if he ever decides to move to Toronto, he should totally look you up. Wish him the best and cut him loose emotionally. And then, if he ever writes to you, you can write back at your leisure without being so invested in the long-term outcome. Believe me, it’s fun to have a guy in every port; the problem is in expecting that he will be anything more than a long-distance fling.

Tomorrow Is the Big Day!

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There are less than 24 hours to go before you can get your copy of Why He Disappeared. Before you do, I want to thank you, from the bottom of my heart.

Your questions and comments these past few weeks have been invaluable, and have really informed what you will see in the final product.

Although I hate to be so anal about the details, it’s important to me that everything in WHD is PERFECT — the eBooks, the audio, the bonuses, and, most importantly, the page on which you can download all of this material.

Yesterday, I made a special video which answered the top concerns you had about Why He Disappeared. If you haven’t seen it yet, take a look below:

So please pay really close attention so you can get all the benefits of WHD while supplies last. (I’ve always wanted to say that!)

Keep in mind that the only reason I’m talking about “limited” supplies is not because I’m going to run out of eBooks (obviously), but because this bonus-filled offer will take place for a short period of time, never to return again.

And if you want to get your private dating question answered by me personally…

Or if you want to be in on my exclusive Why He Disappeared teleclass…

Or if you want to get the bonus eBook and audio for Why He Disappeared Online

Or if you want to access two insightful interviews to help you further understand men…

You DEFINITELY want to be in front of your computer tomorrow, April 27th, between the hours of 8am and 9:30amPDT (11-12:30pmEDT).

Because that’s when I’ll be sending out a very special email to the women on my advanced notification list to be able to purchase Why He Disappeared BEFORE everyone else on my list can get to it.

Since there are special bonuses for the first 25 and first 100 women to get WHD (and 20,000 women on my mailing list), you don’t want to delay.

If you haven’t yet signed up to be on the advanced notification list so you can reap all the benefits of this limited time offer, you can do so by clicking here.

Tomorrow’s the big day — the day you’ve been waiting for — the day that you will learn, once and for all, the answer to the question that’s tormented you:

Why did he disappear?

With much love,

Your friend,

Evan

Evan Marc Katz, Dating Coach For Smart, Strong, Successful Women

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Today’s a big day for me. I hope it will be for you as well.

No, I didn’t sell the movie rights to my life. I haven’t been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize (yet!). And I still haven’t got little Evans running around Chez Katz.

But, for the past three months, I have been in the process of giving birth, to a whole new website, which better reflects what I do as a dating coach.

And while I’ll still be doing online dating stuff, and still be coaching men from time to time, the focus of the new EvanMarcKatz.com is one thing:

Dating coaching for smart, strong, successful women.

If that describes you, I highly encourage you to take a tour of my new site:

www.evanmarckatz.com

What you’ll notice are three things:

1) The site is clean and should be easy to navigate. There are mainly three things to do on my site: ask a dating question, check out my products, or sign up for coaching. All can be accessed from the front page.

…stay tuned, because later this week I’m having a 48-hour sale that you definitely won’t want to miss.

2) There are success stories from my clients on every single page. If you doubt whether it’s worth it to take action in your love life, I have proof positive that this stuff really WORKS.

3) While one-on-one coaching is still in high demand, I have introduced two group coaching programs that maximize value and keep costs down. Spots are limited, so get started now: www.evanmarckatz/coaching/group-coaching/

So please, take a look around the new EvanMarcKatz.com, familiarize yourself with my new digs, and let me know any comments or feedback you might have.

And stay tuned, because later this week I’m having a 48-hour sale that you definitely won’t want to miss.

Many thanks and warmest wishes,

Your friend,

Evan

TV Show Casting Call for Couples of Two Years or More

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I get calls every few months from TV shows who are interested in doing something. But this time, I got a call from a casting director who wasn’t interested in me all, but was interested in the people I coach. And since I wouldn’t provide any names, I figured I’d try to help her out by posting her new show on the blog. She’s looking for serious couples of 2+ years, who, for some reason, haven’t gotten on the engagement track.

Here’s her description:

Now casting couples (ages 25-35) of at least 2 years who are unsure of where their relationship is going. We want to know what issue is keeping you from taking the next step in your relationship. Issues may include (but are not limited to): jealousy issues, trust issues, exes who are still in the picture, family members/friends not liking or agreeing with your partner, sex issues, self-destructive partners, commitment issues, etc.

We would love to hear your story or a story of a couple you know who is in this situation. Participating couples can win upwards of $50,000 in cash and prizes.

Please write down your:

Names:

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Email:

How long you’ve been together:

The issue in the relationship:

The relationship story:

Picture of the two of you:

When you’re done, email the above to [email protected]

Thanks!

Evan Marc Katz

Your Personal Trainer for Love
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