Stephanie Dolce

Stephanie Dolce

Stephanie has written books on dating, women's issues, and social media. She is also best known for her raw and controversial blogs.  She is also a social media influencer, ambassador and guru. 
Follow her on Instagram here: sassygirlpr7

  • Stephanie Dolce
    Published 3 months ago
    Here Are Your July 4th Fireworks

    Here Are Your July 4th Fireworks

    I am researching for my follow up book to my best seller, “ Hello Love, Where's Cupid? 2nd ed”—I now figured out the “secret” to how Tinder, Okcupid, and eHarmony (among others) operate—it’s all through a 10 factor algorithm. They do use some computer/human combos to detect misbehavior, but mostly it’s all based on artificial intelligence. There is no scientific method like eHarmony wants you to believe—by the way. I won't reveal the exact 10 factors, I will tell you that it works in a similar way that Netflix does. But one key factor is all about how well you honestly answer their questions that gets you matched with users of the site. So for all those folks who “fib” on answering those questions... you are in charge of your own fate (some what).
  • Stephanie Dolce
    Published 3 months ago
    Why You Are Still Single (Part 2)

    Why You Are Still Single (Part 2)

    As I wrote in my best selling book, Hello Love, Where's Cupid? 2nd Ed and I wrote in the previous post, there are many reasons why you could still be single. Most likely you are sabotaging your chances at finding someone, based on your own behavior. Sometimes it's as easy as to NOT do the following when out on a date and when out looking for love. Here are 5 more reasons as to why you are still single:
  • Stephanie Dolce
    Published 4 months ago
    Why You Are Still Single

    Why You Are Still Single

    “I hate being single!” or “Why am I so unlucky in love?” Do these sound familiar? If so, then welcome to Singlehood. I will admit, some people are really unlucky when it comes to love. I have seen it firsthand, but there are those who are still single due to those who are left in the “pool” while others are single due to being their own worst enemy. Then, of course, you have those people who call you “desperate.” Let's get one stereotype cleared up, though: I am not desperate because I am single. I am single because I am not desperate. There's a difference. If you are running from relationship to relationship, then okay, you are desperate, but if you struggling to find someone and you have your standards, you are NOT desperate, you are smart.