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Steve's lifelong experience surrounded by matchmaking and a personal devotion to his clients, fans, family and friends has rewarded him with media fanfare and much acclaim for his work.Love Lab is the only mobile dating app that verifies, authenticates and background checks every user through the use of proprietary Lexis Nexis solutions.Group video chats are also available to the credentialed community.One of America's most successful professional matchmakers and relationship experts, Steven Ward is the star of "VH1 Tough Love," a series that reveals a rare, inside look into the male perspective on dating and relationships.Steve Ward: I appreciate Mom's choice of words because "brutal honesty" is the truth of the matter.When you have to try to get through to people that are very guarded and blocking for whatever reason, sometimes using blunt force is the only way to get through to them.
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I think what happens is people get caught up in other things that aren't nearly as meaningful or consequential when it comes to a relationship. For example, "It is a good thing it is raining outside because it is April and we need beautiful flowers for May." I don't care what it is, you just have to take a negative and turn it into a positive when you are dating.
There are a lot of women, even very petite women, who say, "I will absolutely not date a guy shorter than 5'11"." Nine out of 10 women will tell me that and the average height for men in the country is 5'9". When you do that, everything just falls into place. SW: I think what my mom is really passionate about getting across in regard to this particular question is the fact that most people aren't able to communicate as effectively and as perfectly to have an understanding about sleeping together.
Steve Ward is an expert on love, dating and relationships.
As the Host and Executive Producer of VH1's hit show, "Tough Love", he has gained notoriety for his no nonsense approach to life and love over six successful seasons.My mom's response would be, "You mean to tell me that if I have a guy who is a perfect fit in every single way—strong, fit, manly, makes you feel like a woman and this and that—but he is 5'9" and you are 5'3", you won't date the guy? If you won't open your mind to someone who is a couple inches shorter than you prefer, then that is a real problem. SW: Aside from being positive, the next cardinal rule would be to make [the other person] a priority. JW: You are 100 percent right—you can't lead someone else into a relationship when that is not where it is going.