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This Valentine’s Day, politics is a minefield

02/17/17

By Mark Huffman

Back before the surprise outcome of the election, the dating site It's Just Lunch conducted a poll of its members to determine the impact politics had on romance. It was surprised to learn that one-third of respondents had experienced "a ruined date" because the subject of politics came up and one partner did not like the other's opinion.

About half of those in the survey said dating someone with a different political view might be fine in the short-run, but not for the long-haul. Thirty-eight percent of single women said they avoid dating men with "strong political views."

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Sexpert Dr. Ruth Reveals the Sex Myth She Wants to Bust Once and for All

02/01/17

By Marnie Sehayek

Are the internet and apps helping or hurting dating, sex and relationships?

I’m all for people using any media in order to not be lonely. I think a dating program like It’s Just Lunch is a great idea. But I want to warn people to be careful with the internet, because some people can say that they are 6 feet tall and look like a movie star — fitting for Los Angeles — but you don’t have any guarantee that people have been honest. Never meet someone for the first time in a secluded area. Meet in the lobby of a hotel or in any other public place.

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“It’s not you, it’s me:” Some behaviors you might want to bust to avoid another breakup

09/20/16

By Trisha Bee

MILWAUKEE -- Have you ever heard these words: It's not you, it's me? What if it really is you?! Local matchmaker Katie Schmidt with "It's Just Lunch" joins Real Milwaukee with the top five most overlooked relationship killers.

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Finding Mr. or Mrs. Right... or left

08/03/16

Cory Hepola, KARE

The dating scene is always difficult to navigate, but a highly-charged election season makes it even more so.

Rule #32: Don't talk politics on a first date.

This may seem like common knowledge, but - if you like someone - when should you start talking politics if it's really important to you? "So, on a first date you don't want to talk religion, past relationships, or anything about politics. It's too personal. People feel really confronted. They feel like you're being a little aggressive. You need to keep that for a fourth, fifth, or sixth date," says Stephanie Kluver, a matchmaker with "It's Just Lunch."

But, what happens if you fall for someone who lines up ideologically opposed to you?

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How to get a boyfriend: 9 dating tips from relationship experts

05/24/16

By Gina Vivinetto

Looking for Mr. Right? Meeting guys has never been easier thanks to dating sites like Match.com, and phone apps like Tinder. But going from "swiping right" to love? That's trickier, says Tina B. Tessina, PhD, aka Dr. Romance. "Sites like Tinder are based on looks, and there's enormous competition," says Tessina, a psychotherapist and author of "Love Styles: How to Celebrate Your Differences." And, online dating's endless pool of possibilities has some daters going from hook-up to hook-up without ever finding commitment.

Still, plenty of guys are looking for love, too. We asked three relationship experts to share their best dating tips. Here's their advice.

1. Be cautious about online sharing.

Men form opinions of you based on what you show them, says Sarah Patt, matchmaker and dating expert for It's Just Lunch Houston. What you share online "reflects who you are and may cause your future date to think of you in a certain way, or pre-judge without the full picture."

Avoid rants about exes, scandalous photos, or any other content that could scare a great guy away.

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