“While dating, there are times when we simply need to walk away at the first sign of a red flag,” says psychotherapist Kimberly Moffit
New York, New York (PRWEB) October 01, 2014
When it comes to dating, women often get so caught up in the idea of marriage that they overlook key warning signs that their suitor may not be husband material.
“While dating, there are times when we simply need to walk away at the first sign of a red flag,” says Kimberly Moffit, whose work as a psychotherapist has earned her much respect and attention throughout the United States and Canada. To date, Moffit’s expertise has landed her guest appearances on such shows as CBC’s The National and E! News, among many others. Additionally, she has been featured in a wide range of prominent magazines, from Women’s Health to ELLE. http://www.kmatherapy.com/
In 2008, she began practicing psychotherapy through her private practice Kimberly Moffit Associates (KMA) Therapy in Toronto and has amassed quite a following with her upbeat personality and informed psychological perspective on relationships. Her upbeat personality offers an informed psychological perspective on relationships that resonates with her audiences.
Moffit’s latest advice is to women on the types of men they should avoid dating. “Through my experiences as a relationship therapist, I’ve seen six types of men who are undateable—at least for now. I truly want women to find a special partner who values and respect them, which is why I put together this list of men they should avoid at all costs,” Moffit says, adding, “These men are likely to end up being a huge waste of time, and they may cause someone a world of hurt too.” http://www.kmatherapy.com/
According to Moffit, the top six men that women should avoid like the plague are:
- The Playboy
- The Big Spender/High Roller
- The Commitment-Phobe
- The Risk-Taker
- The Mean/Nasty Guy
- The Slacker
To see the reasons why women should avoid these on men at all costs or to arrange an interview with Kimberly Moffit, contact Robyn Stevens at prmedia(at)live(dot)com or (856) 885-0913.
About Kimberly Moffit:
Often recognized for her appearances on such shows as CTV’s Canada AM and E! News, Kimberly Moffit has become one of Canada’s most sought-after relationship experts. She is also the Canadian spokesperson for Match.com and regularly contributes to the dating site’s blog Up to Date. Additionally, Moffit shares her expert advice through the Huffington Post and Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger’s blog. Moffit also serves as a consultant and spokesperson for several well-known brands, including LG, eBay, Microsoft, and Johnson & Johnson. Over the past six years, KMATherapy has grown to 20 team members, including some of Toronto’s leading experts in the fields of mental health and psychology.
For more information, visit: http://www.kmatherapy.com/