Dating 101: The Soulmate You Haven’t Yet Met

by | Nov 27, 2017 | 4 comments

Dating can be hard work. For anyone who’s had their heart broken, hopes crushed, or trust betrayed, it can be agonizing. So many people give up on love because they feel worn out, used up, or sick of being let down.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Before you close shop on your heart and devote your life to your cat (or dog, in my case) check out these nuggets of gold from dating expert, Dr. Tari Mack.

Tari traveled a rocky road to meeting the love of her life.

During that time she had a spiritual awakening, and has used the lessons to help steer women away from common dating mistakes.

In our short conversation, she covers:

  1. Why we have to hold space for the soulmate we haven’t yet met.
  2. Why “almost” partners are an important part of the dating journey.
  3. The importance of pacing—and when to have sex.
  4. The many faces of fear in a budding relationship, and how to manage it.

Do you, or someone you love, have a question for Tari? Write your comments or questions in the section below.

You are so loved,


PS. Visit Tari online at:


  1. Eva

    Love this! I can’t wait to hear more from Dr. Tari Mack!

    • Tari

      I’m so glad you enjoyed it, Eva! Please let me know if you have questions or anything specific you’d like to know about! 🙂

  2. bonnie coulter

    This was a great intro-webinar. I say intro because it left me wanting more and I will definitly be looking for this book. I missed the title of the book. Could you please e-mail me that Tamika?

    One thing I would like to respectfully mention, is I would have appreciated Tari using more inclusive language when referring to a ‘partner” as opposed to only including “men” in the equation of dating/ intimate relationships with a woman. great webinar and I thank you both. bonnie

  3. Tari

    Hi Bonnie! Thank you for your comments. Yes, although the book is written based on my experience dating men, it does apply to all kinds of relationships and I found myself wishing I had been more inclusive when watching it back myself. Thank you for your feedback. This is so important and something I will be more conscious about moving forward. Thank you!


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