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Great Expectations
(503) 274-4244
425 Nw 10th Ave
Portland, OR
 
Telemates
(503) 525-2400
322 Nw 5th Ave
Portland, OR
 
Holly L Crossen, Psy.D.
(503) 481-3414
1130 SW Morrison Street Suite 618
Portland, OR
Specialty
Abuse issues,Couples,Family,Child,Adolescent,Sexual Issues,ADHD,Adolescents,Adoption Issues,Anxiety,Assessment / Selection,Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorders / ADD,Behavioral,Bipolar Disorder,Children with Developmental/Behavioral/Regulatory/Autism,Clinical,Developmental Disorders,Diagnosis,Families,Forensic,Forensic - Criminal,Groups,Individuals,Infants,Learning / Memory Disabilities,NGRI Evaluations,Oppositional Defiant Disorder,Panic Disorders,Parenting Issues / Training,Psychologica

Julie Nelligan, PhD
(503) 757-3863
2161 NE Broadway
Portland, OR
Specialty
ADHD,Adjustment Disorders,Adults,Anxiety,Bariatric,Behavioral Medicine,Brief Solution Oriented Therapy,Chronic Physical Illness / Disability,Clinical,Cognitive Behavior Therapy,Cognitive Therapy,Depression,General,Life Transitions,Lifestyle Change,loss of pet,Mind-Body / Optimal Health,Mood Disorders / Affective Disorders,Pain Management/Chronic Pain Issues,Panic Disorder,Post Traumatic Stress Disorder / PTSD,Psychology and Psychotherapy Practice,Psychosomatic Disorders,Sexual Abuse / Assault,So

A Aaa Escorts
(541) 461-5027
2090 Roosevelt Blvd
Eugene, OR
 
Its Just Lunch
(503) 248-9995
111 Sw 5th Ave Ste 4090
Portland, OR
 
Jenn LeJeune, Ph.D.
(503) 260-9419
1940 NE Broadway
Portland, OR
Specialty
Abuse Issues,Academic,Adjustment Disorders,Adolescents,Adults,Anxiety,Anxiety,Depression,Intimacy issues,and Singles Dating Issues,Brief Psychotherapy,Clinical,Cognitive Behavior Therapy,Couples,Depth Psychology,Dissociation,Eating Disorders,Existential Therapy,Gay & Lesbian Issues,Gender Identity / Bisexual,Individuals,Intimacy Issues,Lesbian,Gay,Bisexual Issues,Life Transitions,Mood Disorders / Affective Disorders,Panic Disorder,Post Traumatic Stress Disorder / PTSD,Psychotherapy,Relationship

Robert E. Socherman
(503) 449-7813
2161 NE Broadway
Portland, OR
Specialty
ADHD,Adjustment Disorders,Adults,Anxiety,Bipolar Disorder,Cognitive Behavior Therapy,Couples Therapy,Depression,Families,Individuals,Marital and Family Therapy,Mood Disorders / Affective Disorders,Panic Disorder,Post Traumatic Stress Disorder / PTSD,Psychological Evaluations,Supervision

Jason B Luoma, Ph.D.
(503) 260-8424
1940 NE Broadway
Portland, OR
Specialty
Anxiety,Cognitive Behavior Therapy,Depression,Mood Disorders / Affective Disorders,Panic Disorder

Covenant Connection
(503) 661-8908
PO Box 370
Gresham, OR
 

Online Dating

By Christine Margiotta

Like a hornier microcosm of America, the college dating scene (a.k.a free market of love) granted us access to endless venues for meeting great mates—or hot hook-ups. Ready-made social situations—and sometimes substances—lowered our inhibition and allowed us to experiment with new people and possibilities

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After graduation, however, many recent grads find that their love lives suddenly stage a coup d’état and turn into communist Cuba. No more instant hook-ups at drunken parties, or Biology presentations with the hot guys your profs chose for you. These days, our windows of social time are smaller, our competition is much more sophisticated, and the meet-and-greet venues are mostly "professional" in nature.

Luckily, there are still many ways to find love, or just some good lovin’. I’ve focused on the trendiest and most convenient option—online dating. But for the traditionalists out there (read: those who aren’t yet prepared to find love online), we’ve still got a couple offline tricks up our sleeves.

Let’s start with some pointers that don’t require any HTML code:

Join an organization that caters to your interests. University Clubs, running teams, cooking classes, etc.—pursuing a hobby can also frequently mean finding a person who’s easy to talk to and whom you have something in common with.

Don’t bring a ‘guest’ to a wedding. You’re dressed to the nines and crammed into a nice reception hall with free food, booze, and cheesy wedding music. ’Nuff said.

Spread a rumor…about yourself. Let friends know about searches for love—or even lust. They’ll keep an eye out for a sexy single someone in their lives—and help you eliminate the crazies, too. Getting set up with their new friends from work is often the key to breaking out of the college dating scene.

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Conventional methods still not working? Time to open up a new browser window. No, not for that ! I'm talking about online dating. Slowly but surely, this once taboo dating method has become one of the most common ways to connect, and there are plenty of sites that offer the chance to meet someone cool . In fact, you’d probably be surprised at just how easy these sites make it for you to weed out the psychos without first having to buy them a beer.

Normal, fabulous people do the online dating thing, and they do it with a clear and discerning head. And since you’re all fabulous enough to be reading this, here’s a cyber-dating breakdown rating some of the big kahunas:

Match.com
Price range: $16.99 – $43.99 per month
Who it’s for: Someone looking to find a date

The Lowdown: This hugely popular website promises to give new subscribers six months free if you don’t find someone special in your first six months as a subscriber.

Match also offers MindFindBind with Dr. Phil . Though it may initially sound like an acid trip gone horribly wrong, this premium service is actually a personality and behavior...

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