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Our Mission

The idea for LuvEmOrLeavem.com was born from watching the heartache of the wonderful women we know who can’t seem to find a good, lasting relationship. They don’t have a shortage of dates-so what’s the problem? They miss out on opportunities to meet the right guy because they’re always out with the wrong guy.

Our next problem was how to let these ladies know that it’s time to leave their current man so that they can be free to find the right guy.  We thought it would be fun to create a forum where women have a chance to tell their story and get advice from women who have been in their situation.  Since sometimes the best advice is the simplest, we wanted to make sure that anyone giving advice had the option of leaving a comment or casting a simple vote of Luv’em or Leave’m.

About Tina Tobin, Founder of LuvemOrLeavem.com

Tina Tobin, AKA Advice Maven, is a relationship writer, blogger and the real live person behind LuvemOrLeavem.com.  Her writing has been featured on premier women’s sites such as DivineCaroline, YourTango and AlphaWomen.com.  The LuvemOrLeavem relationship blog has been featured on Oprah Radio (see our Press Page) and was also named in the Top 100 Relationship Blogs list by OnlineDating.org.

Tina is also the founder of the Advice Panel video series which features top relationship bloggers from around the world sharing their perspectives on a variety of relationship topics.

As a work at home mom (WAHM) Tina does her best to juggle work around caring for her 2 sons, 1 husband and 2 dogs (not necessarily in that order.) Tina holds a BA in communications and an MBA in international marketing.  Before she had children she specialized in corporate marketing, which was pretty much a lifetime ago.

Tina has been married to the same wonderful man for over 17 years during which time they have lived all over the United States from East Coast to West Coast and North to South.

Tina loves to hear from her visitors, so if you have any questions, comments, or blog topic suggestions, please email Advice Maven.

You can also connect with Tina on FaceBook or Twitter.  If you connect with me on my personal FaceBook page, please include a personal message with your request so that I know you’re a real person and not a spam bot:)

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