What Do You Make?

What Do You Make?

WHAT DO YOU MAKE? That is a pretty bold question to ask, don’t you think?  Which is exactly why I opened an email sent by the brilliant business mind, Seth Godin, with the same exact subject line.  Seth, as you may imagine, was not asking me for my salary.  He was easing me into the […]

How to Survive (and Find Love) During a Zombie Apocalypse

How to Survive (and Find Love) During a Zombie Apocalypse

Guest Contributor Paulette Penzvalto We’ve all watched the movies and read the books: a beautiful young person is singing and wandering alone through the woods and happens upon a handsome stranger.  They immediately fall in love, fight the hordes and ride off into a perfect sunset.  This sounds romantic, but this method of finding love […]

Enjoy A Neurodiverse Valentine’s Day! Lessons On Love Linger In The Not-So-Typical

A wonderful and heartfelt piece about autism and dating by my friend Tsara Shelton.  Click here to read it.

[Villager Voice] One Aspie’s Cross Country Move For Love

[Villager Voice] One Aspie’s Cross Country Move For Love

Guest post by Kelly Herrewig I used to think I was meant to be alone.  After all, my past relationships obviously didn’t work out, which is why they’re past relationships.  I felt like I didn’t belong anywhere, with anyone, doing anything. Now, I am with someone I love and he loves me back.  It wasn’t easy, but here’s […]

On The Web: Tips for Holiday Loneliness and Holiday Parties (YAI)

On The Web: Tips for Holiday Loneliness and Holiday Parties (YAI)

  Quotes from Holiday Loneliness: Tips for When You’re Invited to a Party, But Don’t Have a Date “[H]olidays are even more nerve-racking for my neurodiverse friends than for most neurotypicals. Travel is not just a hassle, it is over stimulating. Family members are not just difficult, they can be ignorant and hostile. Even mundane things […]

In The News: Autism and Dating (The Forward)

In The News: Autism and Dating (The Forward)

Quotes From From Awkward to In Love “[Dating] is becoming a major focus in the field of autism spectrum disorders…People with autism have the same natural desire to be intimate as others, but they don’t have the social skills, which can be dangerous.  They might try something that feels right to them, and then get […]

Is it okay to lie about my age?

Is it okay to lie about my age?

MAILBAG Dear Jeremy, After dating the same guy for over a year, he left me for no reason.  Now I’m back in the dating pool and am having no luck.  I’m 32 years old and the only guys that are into me are over 45 years old.  Can I lie and say that I’m younger? […]