A true + slightly embarrassing dating story (plus a secret tip that every woman should know!)

Do you crave a date who is interesting, hot and yes, connects to your Soul and Spirit in a way that no one has before?

Have you ever had a second date with someone and everything went great (or so you thought) and then you never heard from them again?

You probably wonder, Is it ME? Did I do something wrong?

And your girlfriends assure you, “NO! You’re fabulous! It wasn’t you. It’s him! Loser!”

Let me help you out.

In this video, Soul-Based Dating Secret #1, you will learn:
● what soul-based dating is and why it’s the key to a soul-mate level love
● hear a true (and let’s face it, VERY embarrassing dating story) of mine with the lesson I learned about why a guy sometimes doesn’t call you (even if the date was great!)
● a simple action you can take that makes all the difference between going on just another date vs. a potentially GREAT date. (and it’s totally in your control!)

Important: After you watch, be sure to post your comment to the question below! You never know who it could help or who will need to hear EXACTLY what you have to say.


Have YOU ever been on a date where the guy or gal talked all about WORK?

Have you been that person?

How did you handle it or what did you learn? Share your experience with us in the comments section below and ….

Stay tuned because next week, I’m divulging a secret tip that will make getting to know someone (date or otherwise) a LOT more fun.

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14 replies
  1. Aditi
    Aditi says:

    That was brave of you to call him! There is this one guy I always wanted to contact and ask what happened but I felt embarrassed to do it. I ended up letting it go. Ironically I didn’t want to be with him myself but since I felt rejected I wanted to know what he felt was wrong. Perhaps we were both feeling the ‘wrong’ I guess?!

    • Diana
      Diana says:

      Haha, thank you Goddess! Yes, on some level, even if it’s unconscious we KNOW when someone is just not right for us and they feel that too. Sometimes though, that awareness happens at different times, so as long as you’re standing in full integrity and speaking up or letting it go when it’s needed, you’re golden! Don’t give up. Much Love, Diana

  2. Maria
    Maria says:

    Ha! This happened to me recently, however, I haven’t called or texted him to see why all of a sudden he stopped contacting me. Anyway, I look forward to working with you in August. Thanks for sharing.

    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Hi Goddess! Most of the time, it’s not necessary to call after they don’t call (if they don’t respond then that just feeds the insecurity sometimes lol), but that particular day, something told me to (intuition, Ego?). You’ll know when to take action-you are super intuitive. Looking forward to working with you as well! Bring on the LOVE!

  3. Lynsey
    Lynsey says:

    Thanks for sharing Diana! I live with my boyfriend now and I still catch myself in masculine work mode…overthinking situations about my clients or brainstorming on what’s next to come. It is so TRUE just as we want to be adored so do they! Thanks for reminding me to pay some extra attention this week :0)

  4. Tanuja
    Tanuja says:

    Hi Diana! So yeah, I definitely have recently found myself in masculine mode while on dates – almost like I’m competing with him! This NEVER used to happen to me before, but I think since I’ve been hurt a few times, I put the wall up. Not just that, but I’ve had so many GIRLS in my life telling me that I need to be more feminist that I feel like that is rubbing off on me. Women are so powerful on our own – it’s been my belief for years that we shouldn’t have to fight or try so hard. We will get what we need when we need it as long as we open ourselves up to receiving – like you said, this could be intuiting messages, could be a man, could be having that man hold your hand, or having your child listen to you or whatever. But we always tend to want to have control of everything – especially these days. We just need to let go a little in my opinion. It’s like sand – when you grab it too hard in your hand, it just slips through your fingers. If you just let it be in your hand, it’ll stay steady.

    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Thank you so much for sharing Tanuja! Love your metaphor of the sand and how letting go of the need to control and simply BE-ing in a conscious state of awareness is very powerful. It also sounds like you identified a belief that was blocking you from receiving love (putting up a wall for fear of being hurt.) That is a very real fear, but on the other side of fear is love, which is what we all are. Much Love to you!

  5. Deborah Green
    Deborah Green says:

    Hello Lady Diana! Thank you for sharing the info on not scheduling a date immediately after work (or a stressful day/event). No matter how cool/calm you think you are, the other person may be sensitive enough to ‘feel’ your stress or other emotions, as well. I have a high school guy friend that I call my ‘kindred spirit’. We have never dated as a couple, but have shared a close friendship over the years, raised our children as single parents, and live in separate states. No matter how many years have passed between visits, we still seem to ‘read’ each other’s thoughts/feelings. When something traumatic is happening to either of us or our loved ones, I will have them on my mind and within a day or so, I will receive a call or text from them. He is yet another man who is ‘unavailable’ for me, physically or emotionally. Thank you for listening, Diana. I appreciate your gift of teaching/explaining about relationships. Being present and in the moment is becoming more natural for me in many areas of my life/relationships.
    Have a blessed day/weekend! Sincerely, Deborah

    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Hi Deborah, thank you so much for your comment. Sounds like you definitely have a strong spiritual connection with your friend and good for you for continuing to practice being present. It is not always easy, but it DOES get easier.

      Much Love,


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