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Flirting workshop with Adam LoDolce

Claire Stephens | Tuesday, September 11, 2012


In what is expected to be a packed house, the Gender Relations Center (GRC) is putting on a “Flirting Workshop” tomorrow night, hosted by dating coach Adam LoDolce. LoDolce will be sharing his message on dating confidence and the freedom to be one’s true self without the fear of rejection or criticism.

LoDolce is a motivational speaker and dating expert who travels worldwide, helping people improve their social skills, particularly as they relate to their dating, social and professional lives. A graduate of Bentley University, he pursued consulting after college but quickly realized wealth and success did not result in happiness or relationships. He then spent two years and thousands of hours trying and testing dating and social techniques, discovering the secret to building confidence and succeeding in social situations along the way.

After compiling what he had learned, LoDolce wrote “Being Alone Sucks! How to Build Self Esteem, Confidence and Social Freedom to Transform Your Dating and Social Life” to help lonely bachelors and bachelorettes.

His fame quickly spread and his techniques have been featured on ABC, Yahoo!, Glamour and match.com.

Other programs the GRC is hosting this semester include “Spin the Bottle: Alcohol and Authenticity,” “Unlocking DuLac: How Dating/Relationships are Affected by Campus Policy,” and “Where’s the Line? The Spirituality of Relationships.”

The “Flirting Workshop” will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. tomorrow night in McKenna Hall. The Office of Alcohol and Drug Education, Howard Hall, Ryan Hall, Walsh Hall, Pasquerilla East Hall and Pasquerilla West Hall are cosponsoring the event.



On Campus

What:  Flirting Workshop with Adam LoDolce: The Dating Confidence Coach

Where: McKenna Hall

When: 7-8:30p.m. Wednesday

Who: Adam LoDolce – The Dating Confidence Coach

Learn More: grc.nd.edu and www.adamlodolce.com