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Date like a BOSS!- Surviving dating & more

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Deborrah Cooper- Relationship Coach

Deborrah has more than 28 years of experience in providing relationship and dating advice to singles adults and teens. Deb began her online advice career in the early 1990s on America Online; she then moved on to become the San Francisco Dating Advice Examiner for Examiner.Com the entire time the site was online. Deborrah has also hosted a San Francisco Bay Area cable internet show on dating, served as an internet podcast host for 10 years, Deb has written five books (two on dating/relationships), and more than 500 articles which can be found on her two blogs - SurvivingDating.Com and Askheartbeat.com. Most recently she has taken her advice to YouTube on THE DEBSTERISM CHANNEL, which features close to 700 videos on a wide variety of dating, relationships, self-esteem, society and culture issues.

Deb’s unique, down-to-earth approach gets to THE REAL in an unapologetic manner. She combines maturity and wisdom, good common sense, a great sense of humor, and lots of street smarts learned from growing up in the Western Addition of San Francisco when the Black Panthers, hippies and Moonies reigned supreme. You’ll appreciate her direct approach and what she has to say because it is exactly the no nonsense kick in the pants most people need. Deb may not tell you what you want to hear, but it will always be the truth that leads you to better understanding, improved self-esteem and firmer boundaries.

10 Second Advice:

Deborrah’s advice to you: Remove the word “should” from your vocabulary. This will prevent you from being overly judgmental and holding onto unrealistic expectations.  

 

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