"He should be upfront and accept accountability and responsibility for his actions and choices."
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) March 19, 2010
Offering straight up, no holds barred advice, Charlotte's own Dr. Dar (also known as Darshana Hawks) was featured on Fox News March 1, 2010.
Dr. Dar, a relationship coach, was asked to appear on the news network to weigh in on relationships and to address a recent study conducted by eHarmony that claim singles view relationships differently depending on their past marital status.
With the Tiger Woods case so freshly placed in the media spotlight, Dr. Dar was asked her opinion on how the now infamous golf star should handle the scrutiny surrounding his adulterous scandal in order to effectively reach out to his wife, his fans and other golfers.
"He should be upfront and accept accountability and responsibility for his actions and choices," says Dr. Dar (as he displayed in his February 19 television appearance). When asked about regaining the support of his wife and fans, "it is not his apology that speaks volumes but his actions going forward from here - everyone, including his wife, will be watching (from now on)."
Woods may be learning from his mistakes and hopefully won't be repeating them whether it is with his wife or future relationships.
According to eHarmony, singles that have previously been married tend to look for sustainable qualities in a mate such as companionship and compatibility over the long term. Singles that have never been married tend to look for surface qualities such as physical attraction before developing a deeper appreciation for a mate's inner as well as outer beauty.
According to Dr. Dar, who has worked with over a hundred couples and met her husband on a well known dating website, the study's results shine a bright light on how singles view dating and relationships. They may make mistakes the first time around, unconsciously or consciously seeking mates and spouses for the present without thinking about the long haul. Singles who have been married or in previous long term relationships however know the drill, using what they have learned from their experiences to find someone they are compatible with both on the surface and at a deeper level.
"Go out and date without thinking of the future." Says Dr. Dar, "Be sure to have fun and meet people but in the end, you want to end up with someone who is not only your romantic partner but also your friend. There is nothing better than marrying your best friend. You get the best of both worlds then."
Dr. Dar isn't just any relationship coach with a flair for giving sound advice. With an MBA in eCommerce as well as a Ph.D in Philosophy, she is also an ordained minister and founder of the Relationships Success Source, a coaching service providing intense coaching and workshops designed to bring couples from the threshold of separation and divorce to fulfilling long term relationships,
To learn more about Dr. Dar, visit her on the web at http://www.relationshipsuccessexpert.com
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