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Paige Parker, author of the ebook, “Dating Without Drama” will now show the eager readers of the benefits of taking a more rational – and less emotional – approach to dating. Ms. Parker will contribute a
weekly “Dating Dish” column for, India’s online magazine for empowered women.

For ten years, Ms. Parker has enjoyed a thriving career as a freelance writer, and found her true calling in advising friends, family, colleagues and acquaintances on how to meet and attract men, communicate effectively with their boyfriends, navigate long-distance relationships, and survive break-ups.

Since launching in May 2006, Ms. Parker has attracted a loyal fan base of readers around the globe and sold thousands of copies of her ebook, “Dating Without Drama: The Essential New Rules to Help You Understand Men and Succeed at the Dating Game.” She has now made dating coaching and relationship writing a full-time career.

“When you date without drama, you’re allowed to feel – and honor – all of your emotions just as you normally would; you’ll just learn not to let yourself or your actions be controlled by them,” notes Ms. Parker. “You’ll begin to make decisions and take action from a place of confidence, not weakness or desperation. The feelings of neediness will disappear. You will get out of your own way and allow yourself to have a successful relationship.”

“One of the things I really appreciate about ‘Dating Without Drama’ is that it encourages a woman to be independent, do her own thing, feel happy, and maintain her integrity and self-respect. A good man is just part of the mix in a fulfilling life,” notes a reader, from Seattle, WA. Another reader testifies that the advice offered is “Very empowering. Very practical and way more realistic than ‘The Rules’.”

“Ms. Parker’s column is a valuable addition to the information we provide at, and strongly connects with our own efforts to empower women have successful relationships, by becoming independent, and living their lives with dignity,” states Priya Florence Shah, editor of

The latest “Dating Dish” column is now available at





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