It was sex that made Bettina Arndt famous. One of Australia's first sex therapists, she spent her early career talking and writing about this fascinating topic before moving on to broader social issues. She's still out there, speaking to audiences all over Australia and appearing regularly on television and radio.
But her main day job is now online dating coaching, helping newcomers get started and people who are struggling to increase their success rate. Bettina's warm approachable style and immense experience with relationships – and over 40 years as a writer - makes her uniquely equipped for this new role.
Using her own experience as a successful online dater, she's perfected a unique profile creation process designed to showcase her clients. She provides ongoing support and strategies designed to help singles make this new world work for them.
"Bettina gave me confidence to get out there and learn how to manage the intricacies of online dating . I followed her advice and as clichéd as it sounds, I finally found the man of my dreams," Susie, 50.
Bettina's Latest Blog Posts
When are Australian men going to wake up and realise they are being done like a dinner? It’s been a grim month for men in this country. I wrote recently about the documentary movie The Red Pill, produced by feminist filmmaker Cassie Jaye who set out to critically examine men’s issues...more»
Yet another story of an Australian government selling out men…. The NSW Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, Pru Goward, was awarded major brownie points last June when she announced Australia’s first funding for services for male victims of domestic violence. But now the NSW government has announced they have...more»
The Red Pill saga says so much about how we are allowing tiny minority groups to take over this country. It’s understandable that crazy extreme feminists would be nervous of a documentary which shows how unwilling they are to engage in proper debate about issues affecting men. But it is...more»
The Washington Post’s headline was grim: “Hundreds of colleges had zero rape reports and that could be worrisome.” That was in 2014 when the hysteria over “the rape culture” in American colleges was just starting to take hold. Madness ensued. College and university presidents, embarrassed by zero rape reports, scrambled to...more»