Once a nerdy, skinny professor of philosophical psychology who couldn’t hold a conversation to save his life, David is now director of Aura Transformation Corp., and a world renowned dating and life coach using therapeutic methods.
Dr. Tian has been featured in international media, including AXN, Cosmopolitan, Psychology Today, as well as co-hosting a radio show on national radio and a weekly dating advice column in a national newspaper in Singapore.
The show, “Man Up: Masculinity for the Intelligent Man (http://www.auratransformation.org/blog),” is David’s way of helping as many people as possible enjoy empowering and fulfilling lives, while contributing to the global understanding of masculinity in modern times. In the show, he takes your questions posed in the Man Up private Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/manup…) and answers based on his experience coaching (https://www.auratransformation.org/co…) tens of thousands of students around the world for over a decade.”
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In episode 34, I answer the question of: How do you have a successful relationship if you have an active and busy lifestyle?
Masculinity for the Intelligent Man. I am David Tian, Ph.D., and this is: Man Up.
Welcome to Man Up, I’m David Tian Ph.D. and this is episode 34 of Man Up. I’m in Korea filming on my own again. A little bit nervous about that, I always prefer to have my crew here but I got to do it because I’m travelling so much. So this is answering a question from the Facebook group, the Man Up private Facebook group. A question from Luke: First off, thanks for the great advice on your YouTube videos. So here’s the question, it is – I’m not going to read the whole thing: I’ve been talking to a girl online for a little over a month and we went out on a couple of dates in the past weeks however we both lead very busy lifestyles.
I work two jobs and do volunteer work at a youth center – very good. And her work as a surgeon has her on long and odd hour shifts. Even though I like her and she’s into me and we text and talk a lot, the fact that we can’t meet up as much as we would both like to worries me as I don’t know if it will work or if I would like this in the long term. Any ideas and tips on how people with active and busy lifestyles can manage a healthy relationship not just hooking up. Thanks and keep this up.
Hey, man, great question. Thank you for that question, Luke. I know exactly what that’s like. I’m in a new country every week. I, in ten minutes, have to run to catch a shuttle bus to the airport to Canada. That’s kind of a long flight. And then I’ll be back in Singapore then to Phuket and then back to Singapore, then Bangkok, then Shanghai, then Bangkok, then Singapore and then it’s Christmas. That’s like a month and a half for me.
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