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Sexpert Dr. Ruth Reveals the Sex Myth She Wants to Bust Once and for All

02/01/17

By Marnie Sehayek

Are the internet and apps helping or hurting dating, sex and relationships?

I’m all for people using any media in order to not be lonely. I think a dating program like It’s Just Lunch is a great idea. But I want to warn people to be careful with the internet, because some people can say that they are 6 feet tall and look like a movie star — fitting for Los Angeles — but you don’t have any guarantee that people have been honest. Never meet someone for the first time in a secluded area. Meet in the lobby of a hotel or in any other public place.

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Looking for love?

01/17/17

interviewed by Kristi Capel

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Are you looking for Mr. or Mrs. Right? Gina Marciniak is a professional matchmaker from 'It's Just Lunch' and she says the secret to meeting the love of your life starts with looking at 'love' in a different way.

Fox 8's Kristi Capel learned more about the small adjustments you can make to the way you think that might help you find your match.

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Dating someone with opposite political views – Can it be done?

11/11/16

by Margaret Daykin

Could you imagine dating a Democrat if you are a Republican? Or being in a relationship with a Republican if you are a Democrat? Gina Marciniak is a professional matchmaker with 'It's Just Lunch' and she shared some tips with Fox 8's Natalie Herbick on how to navigate the dating scene in a tumultuous political environment.

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“It’s not you, it’s me:” Some behaviors you might want to bust to avoid another breakup

09/20/16

By Trisha Bee

MILWAUKEE -- Have you ever heard these words: It's not you, it's me? What if it really is you?! Local matchmaker Katie Schmidt with "It's Just Lunch" joins Real Milwaukee with the top five most overlooked relationship killers.

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Finding Mr. or Mrs. Right... or left

08/03/16

Cory Hepola, KARE

The dating scene is always difficult to navigate, but a highly-charged election season makes it even more so.

Rule #32: Don't talk politics on a first date.

This may seem like common knowledge, but - if you like someone - when should you start talking politics if it's really important to you? "So, on a first date you don't want to talk religion, past relationships, or anything about politics. It's too personal. People feel really confronted. They feel like you're being a little aggressive. You need to keep that for a fourth, fifth, or sixth date," says Stephanie Kluver, a matchmaker with "It's Just Lunch."

But, what happens if you fall for someone who lines up ideologically opposed to you?

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