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Christine Hart

Dating and Relationship Coach

As a Dating & Relationship Coach for over 12 years, Christine is the founder of Your Date Coach Inc. She is an industry leader in navigating the world of effective male/female communication. Her guidance and techniques have led to more than 65 lasting marriages. She is the author of The Art of Living a Flirtatious Life -- a book dedicated to helping women connect with the power of their femininity. Christine has appeared on various media including interviews with The Huffington Post, The Financial Post, CTV National, CityTV, CTV, CBC, Much Music, GlobalTV, CP24, Elle Magazine, Flare Magazine, Canadian Living, Globe & Mail, National Post and the Toronto Star. She is also one of the regular Dating Experts on CosmoTV's hit show, LoveTrap. Christine holds a BA in Communication Studies, is a Certified Coach through CCF and is a graduate of the PAX Mastery Program in California. PAX is dedicated to transforming the way men and women relate to each other.

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Talk to Your Partner About Sex...and Reap the Benefits

For years, I have been perplexed by how rarely we discuss sex with our partners. I recognize these conversations are not easy for many people. When egos are exposed, you need an even blend of vulnerability and humour but most importantly love and respect for each other.
01/14/2013 12:38 EST
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How Millennials Are Redefining Commitment

There was a time in my coaching practice history where every single new client I sat down with had the goal of getting married. Within the last few years, I have been attracting more and more millennials who are giving me new and different answers.
12/11/2012 07:45 EST
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Have We Forgotten To Compliment Men?

A few months ago I gave a male date-coaching client of mine a compliment. After a few seconds of silence, he said: "No one has ever called me handsome...Thank you." I later consulted a few male friends on the topic and this is what one of them shared with me.
11/06/2012 05:30 EST
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Is a "Fill-in-Boyfriend" Stopping You From Finding Love?

Sometimes when I sit down with a new client, we review how and with whom they are spending their time. What I often see is that women have a "fill-in" boyfriend in their life, meaning a purely platonic guy-friend that they hang out with, laugh with, do activities with, confide in but are not involved with. I've come to learn that this type of closeness can sometimes get in the way of meeting a boyfriend because you are already getting all your needs met by this guy-friend, except for physical intimacy.
09/28/2012 05:24 EDT