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Featured on DatingAdvice.com!

I’m excited to announce that I was recently featured in an article on DatingAdvice.com, entitled: Relationship Coaching for Singles: Sue DeSanto Teaches Women to Love Themselves & Change Their Dating Patterns. Self-described as “The Authority On All Things Dating™,” DatingAdvice.com is an online platform featuring daily articles and resources about love and dating from over […]

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Dating, Sexuality & Empowerment: Sexy is an Inside Job

Give yourself a holiday gift of self-care by registering for my 4-week virtual series – Dating Sexuality & Empowerment: Sexy is an Inside Job! I’m partnering with holistic health coach Paula Rosenfeld to create this virtual workshop that kicks off with an in-person session on November 12th. WHAT: Dating, Sexuality & Empowerment: Sexy is an […]

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Interview With Next Act for Women

Recently I sat down for an interview with Hélène of Next Act for Women. As a life coach and writer, Hélène has created a fantastic website where she showcases women, telling their stories in the hopes of inspiring other women. Next Act for Women is a great resource for women seeking advice from other women […]

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8 Points for ‘Tapping’ Your Way to Relationship Success

Do you sometimes find yourself flooded with anxiety before a first date? Do negative feelings about yourself keep you from attending singles’ events where you might meet someone? Do you have doubts about being worthy of love by a special someone? If so, I have a tool that can help. Emotional Freedom Technique – known […]

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Imagine 100 Things to ‘Do, Be and Have’ this Summer

It’s August, which means it’s summertime…one of the best times of the year. And since a summer’s day offers the perfect conditions for daydreaming, I suggest you laze away a sunny afternoon (or more) blue-skying about all the things you’d like to Do, Be and Have in your life. 100 of them, in fact. This […]

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Why ‘Red Flags’ can Reveal Patterns and Lead to More Conscious Dating

We learn from our experiences. At the beginning of life to about 7 years old we do not possess logic and reasoning, we learn from identifying and associating (experiences). Some of our experiences were positive and some were negative. All these experiences taught us what to do and what not to do in order to […]

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Being Your Own BFF is a Prerequisite for Relationship Success

It’s not unusual for women to begin my relationship-coaching program in a somewhat fretful state. Having spent years devoted to their careers, they eventually came to see the lack of balance in their lives. Some name what they feel as an inner emptiness. Others describe their lives as not having enough meaning, beyond what they […]

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7 Key Questions to Ask on the First 3 Dates

Here’s a quick test to help you determine if you’re truly ready to go after your goal of having a long-term, successful relationship: Picture this: You’re on the 3rd date with someone you really like – and who seems to like you. Can you imagine yourself saying something along these lines? I think it’s pretty […]

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Am I Not Meant to Be in a Relationship

This is a question I hear fairly often, both in my therapy practice and from my relationship-coaching clients. When I ask people why they think that, this is some of what they say: I’m afraid I’ll keep falling for the same type of person that’s not good for me I don’t know where to start […]

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6 Tips for Expressing & Receiving Love

As a relationship coach and therapist, I truly believe love is the essence of life. The capacity to love – and be loved – represents the harmony between giving and receiving. True joy in life comes from achieving that balance. Want more love in your life? There’s no better time than the present, especially considering […]

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