Dating Expert & Relationship Expert Stephany Alexander – Bio

March 1, 2010

News Release: Crime Prevention Show to Air Interview WomanSavers Dating Expert Stephany Alexander

ExpertClick News Release: Crime Prevention 101 Show to Air Exclusive Interview with Dating Expert Stephany Alexander, CEO of WomanSavers

February 17, 2010

Dating Expert Stephany Alexander – Bio

Relationship Expert Stephany Alexander

“Dedicated to outing the bad apples.”
New York Times

“This could protect my daughter.”
First Lady Maria Shriver

“Reviews your potential mate like Zagats critiques a restaurant.”
Esquire Magazine

“I’ve got a guy I can put in there.”
Celebrity Kim Kardashian

“This has the potential to change men’s behavior.”
Patrick Byrne, Founder,

Stephany Alexander, B.A. Communications, B.A. German
aka “Little Miss WomanSaver”

Dating and Relationship Expert, Women’s Speaker, CEO/Founder of (World’s Largest Database Rating Men)
Founder of C-301 Non-Profit Foundation for Abused Women, Children and Animals
Founder of the #1 Most Popular Abused Women’s Forum
Best-selling Author of “Sex, Lies and the Internet,” An Online Dating Survial Guide
Women’s Speaker

Stephany Alexander is the founder and CEO of, one of the most popular womens sites on the net (top 5%) receiving millions of hits per month. is a revolutionary woman-to-woman social networking system with thousands of men’s names and descriptions entered globally to promote safer dating worldwide. It’s FREE to search and free to post!

Stephany has shown celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Comedian Elayne Boosler and First Lady Maria Shriver how to use the internet to screen people to protect themselves, their families and what they value. She is considered one of the world’s foremost authorities on relationships. Stephany has over 9 years of experience in matters of the heart and how to improve your odds of finding a great relationship. She has counseled hundreds of thousands of men and women worldwide and attended and exhibited at countless dating and relationship conferences around the world.

Stephany is the “exclusive” dating expert for Idea Marketers, the “exclusive” relationship expert for and a featured speaker for “Women for Hire.” She speaks fluent German. In 2008, Stephany was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award for Women’s Abuse Prevention , awarded “Woman of the Month” by the Femme Network and spotlighted by Women’s Business Magazine as a woman to watch in the future. She is a co-founder of SWWAN, the (Single Working Women’s Affiliate)

Founder: #1 highest trafficked abused women’s forum
Author: “Sex, Lies & the Internet,” A Survival Guide to Online Dating”
Author: 100+ Relationships & Infidelity Articles
Author: 22 Dating & Relationship Quizzes
Internet Polling Expert surveying 600,000+ women on relationships
Creator: 12 relationship comedy cartoon e-cards, plus 1 claymation
Creator: 6 online relationship games, 1 arcade quality
Traveled to 39+ countries interviewing people on relationships
Featured speaker for “Women for Hire
“Exclusive” dating expert for Idea Marketers
Featured speaker for Speaker Services
Speaker at i-Date, the world’s largest social networking conference
Awarded American Institute Lifetime Achievement Award for “Women’s Abuse Prevention”
Awarded “Woman of the Month” by the Femme Network
WomanSavers nominated as finalist for prestigious internet Pixel Award (Academy Awards of the Internet)

Stephany is frequently called on by the media as the nation’s leading authority on relationships and dating. She has been featured on: the Mike & Juliet Show (repeat dating expert), E! Entertainment, CBS Early Show, FOX Nationwide News, Fox Business, FOX Sports, Sirius Satellite, Playboy Radio, KROQ, KIIS-FM, Esquire Magazine, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Chicago Tribune, Women’s Business Magazine, Associated Press, National Enquirer & countless radio and internet shows.

Professional Memberships:
NAFE (Natl. Assoc. of Female Executives)
NOW (Natl. Organization of Women)
WITI (Women in Technology)
NAWBO (Natl Assoc. of Women Business Owners)
WLE (Women’s Leadership Exchange)
DWC (Downtown Women’s Club)
NAWW (Natl. Association of Women Writers)
International Virtual Women’s Chamber of Commerce
U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce
AWE (Assoc. of Web Entrepreneurs)
Cambridge Who’s Who of Executive
Princeton Professional Leaders
International Virtual Women’s Chamber of Commerce
Member of the Academy for Professional Speaking

Ms. Alexander is a member of Charli Jane Speakers, Intl. Association of Speakers and Speaker Services. She is a graduate of James Malinchak’s College Speakers Training

To interview Ms. Alexander, please email womansavers at womansavers dot com

February 16, 2010

Dating Expert, Stephany Alexander, Reveals the Top 20 Do’s and Don’ts of Dating Rules

As an online dating expert who has given dating advice to tens of thousands of people since early 2000, there are 20 basic Do’s and Don’ts in the world of dating to help you increase your chances of succeeding in dating.  Dating can be fun and exciting but getting involved with the wrong person can destroy your life. How do you put the odds in your favor when dating?  I have broken down the top 20 rules of dating to help you find that special person.


  1. Do relax and have fun.  Dating is supposed to be fun so make it fun. Choose activities that you both love so you can relax, laugh and enjoy.  If you think dating is miserable, then don’t do it.
  1. Do groom yourself before your date.  Make sure you are freshly showered, have fresh breath and have an outfit on that flatters you.  Save your crazy or overly sexy outfits for when you get to know the person better.
  1. Do Listen.  Listening is more important than talking.  Ask your date lots of questions and hone in on similar interests.  Don’t brag about yourself constantly because that is the ultimate turn-off.
  1. Compliment your date.  If you think your date looks nice, say so.  Don’t focus on your date’s imperfections; focus on their good points.  If it looks like your date took time to get ready, compliment them by letting them know.
  1. Be positive.  Don’t complain on your date.  Nobody wants to hear how miserable you are.  A poor attitude can destroy a date faster than anything.
  1. Be honest and upfront.  If the date didn’t click, tell your partner that you will have to think about it and that you will contact them again if you are interested.
  1. Be proactive.  You need to take the initiative to meet people to date.  Practice flirting, smile, be friendly and make eye contact.  This will show people you are available and will increase your chances of being asked out.
  1. Do date creatively.  Don’t go to the movies where you can’t talk or get to know your date better.  Go to dinner, bowling and then a movie or go horseback riding, hiking or to an arts or music festival.
  1. Do let your friends and family know you are dating.  You never know when someone you know may try playing matchmaker for you.  It may or may not work out but you should be open to meeting someone new.
  1. Do be polite and have manners.  Offer to pay for all or half of the date even if you are a woman.  Say “please” and “thank you” and be respectful of the other person’s feelings.


  1. Don’t be late for a date.  Make sure you leave early enough to deal with traffic delays or other things that could delay you.  Being late shows that you don’t respect the other person’s time and sets the date off on the wrong foot.
  1. Don’t chase someone.  Don’t phone, text or email them more than once a day unless you are in a conversation with them and they are replying.  Being desperate is a huge turn off.
  1. Don’t date people who you think will use you.  If you have money, don’t tell the other person.  If a man comes on too strong for sex early on, shut him down and move on.  You want someone who wants you for you, not what you can do for them or give them.  Once they get what they want, they’ll move on to their next target.
  1. Don’t lie to your date.  Don’t over exaggerate your income, education or what you do.  These lies will eventually come out and then you will appear as a dishonest loser.
  1. Don’t come on too strong.  If you are anxious to get married right away, that’s okay.  However, constantly talking about serious commitment issues such as marriage and children on a first date can scare your date away.
  1. Don’t sit around and wait for his or her call.  Stay busy.  There is nothing more pathetic than someone who immediately drops their life or routine for someone they just met.  Your goal is to have a fulfilled life that another person can add to.
  1. Don’t get drunk or use drugs on your date.  What kind of an impression are you making if you are incoherent when you first meet?  Your date will think you are like that with all people.
  1. Don’t flirt with others while on a date.  This may seem like common sense but nothing will end your date faster than you hitting on your date’s friend.
  1. Don’t have sex with someone until you have dated a while.  A while does notmean 1 or 2 dates.  If it was meant to be, it will be and part of the fun of dating is the thrill of the chase.
  1. Don’t give out too much personal information on a first date.  Keep your home address and telephone number confidential until you get to know your date better and make sure you always meet in a public place.

Written by Dating Expert, Stephany Alexander, B.A., Author, Women’s Speaker, CEO & Founder of Free Date Screening Service

Ms. Alexander is frequently called on by the media as one of the nation’s leading Dating Experts. She has been featured on CBS, FOX, E! Entertainment, Mike & Juliet Show, Good Day Las Vegas, Esquire Magazine, Wall Street Journal, NY Times, USA Today and countless radio shows.

May 19, 2009

The Right Way to Break Off a Relationship

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Right Way to Break It Off

 There often comes a time in relationships where you know it just isn’t going to work out. If for whatever reason you find it time to break up, you need to know the right way to break off a relationship. Breaking up is harder for some people than for others but no matter which type of person you are, it still helps to know the right ways to break it off cleanly.

Here are some things you should know if you feel it’s time to call it quits:

• Don’t just ignore him. Refusing to return calls, ignoring your boyfriend and avoiding him hoping he will get the hint is immature and impolite. Regardless of your reasons for breaking up, you owe it to yourself to have the respect to let him know. Not to mention, if you simply wait for him to "get the hint" it could take awhile and this could be more annoying and bothersome than simply sitting down and telling him the truth.
• Make up your mind. Don’t be one of those women who says she’s going to break it off and then makes up a few days later. Reconciliation is one thing but the continuing flip-flopping of an on-again, off-again relationship is not healthy for anyone (including your friends who have to hear about it!). If you’re going to break up, make up your mind and then follow through.
• Don’t break up over the phone. Especially do not leave a phone message, text message or email to break up with your partner. Part of being a mature and stable adult is learning to handle all situations with maturity and grace, even the negative ones. If you worry about how your boyfriend will handle the news of a breakup, you can bring along a friend or meet in a public place but don’t cop out and do it in a message.
• Don’t break up through a friend. On the same note of the point above, don’t send a friend to break the news or tell his friend to tell him you don’t want to see him anymore. Also so don’t try to get him to break up with you by your actions. If you’re dissatisfied, take responsibility of your own feelings and just let him know.
• Always be clear. Be sure you let your man know that’s over. Let him know in no uncertain terms that you have no desire to see him anymore. Phrases such as "I just need some space" or "I need some time to get my head together" will lead him on or make him think there is still a chance if he waits for you. Be blunt and allow him to move on as well.
• Offer a reason. Have you ever been dumped without a reason? Think of how you agonized over the issue, wondering what it is you did to mess up the relationship. Offer your man a reason for why you’re calling it off. Keep it simple; there’s no need to insult him or point out any and every flaw. Just tell him how you feel and why you think it isn’t working out and the relationship is beyond repair. Don’t allow him to think that if he changes somehow, you can get back together.
• Avoid breakup sex. When it’s over; it’s over. Resist the urge to have one last romp on your way out. This will only confuse him, lead him to believe you’ve changed your mind or leave you feeling guilty and sleazy. Break it off and walk away.

While breaking up is usually never a fun or easy thing to do, you will feel better about yourself and the situation when you follow these steps to the right way to break off a relationship.