February 14. It can be the most looked-forward-to day of the year – or the most dreaded. For the unhappily unattached, Valentine’s Day seems like a great excuse to kick back in your jammies, pour a glass of wine, and dive into a box of chocolates– but that’s a BAD idea.
Dr. LeslieBeth Wish, MSS, says there are three things you should NEVER do if you’re unhappily single on Valentine’s Day – and eating and drinking too much to hide your unhappiness is at the top of the list.
Invite her on your show to find out why, and to learn:
- The WORST things you can do if you’re single on Valentine’s Day.
- Three fun ways to celebrate your singleness and make more meaningful connections with the people you care about.
- Why being alone on Valentine’s Day can motivate you to become braver and smarter about your love life – and how to do it the right way.
CREDENTIALS: The founder of Lovevictory.com, Dr. LeslieBeth Wish, Ed.D., MSS, is a nationally-recognized psychologist and licensed clinical social worker specializing in women’s issues in love and work. She is the author of the research-based self-help book SMART RELATIONSHIPS: How Successful Women Can Find True Love, and the companion cartoon book, THE LOVE ADVENTURES OF ALMOST SMART COOKIE. The National Association of Social Workers has named her one of the “50 Who Have Contributed to the Field.” She serves on the medical advisory board of QualtyHealth.com and her column, “Ask Dr. Wish,” is featured on Femrouge.com.
AVAILABILITY: Florida, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: Dr. LeslieBeth Wish, (941) 363-0505 (FL); email@example.com; www.lovevictory.com