Seemingly there is a lot for women to learn about men and their views on dating and relationships.
Have you ever broken one of Steve Ward’s dating rules? And please remember, I didn’t come up with any of these rules or tips, I’m just the messenger.
Steven Brandon Ward (born November 12, 1980) who also goes by Steve Ward is an American television presenter, author and matchmaker.
He is most recognized for his work as the Host and Executive Producer of the show Tough Love, an American reality television series that airs on VH1.
Steve, along with his mom Jo Ann, gave participants crucial dating and relationship advice in a sometimes harsh but effective way intended to bring dramatic improvement to their love lives.
In 2009, Steve co-authored a book with his mom titled Crash Course in Love.
Here are a few: No guy wants to hear that you set your ex-boyfriend’s car on fire (à la Bernie in “Waiting to Exhale”) after you caught him cheating. But if you did do it, no need to tell the new guy that on the first date!Steve began his training as a matchmaker at a very young age.Shortly after graduating college he joined his mother Jo Ann Ward in her personal Philadelphia area based matchmaking business, It's About Time! He soon rebranded the company, Master Matchmakers and expanded the business throughout the Mid Atlantic.He has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Glamour, People, OK!and US Weekly magazines, and has appeared on “Good Morning America,” “The Today Show,” “Rachel Ray,” “Entertainment Tonight,” “Access Hollywood,” “EXTRA” and Fox News. If tough love isn’t enough, you might need to learn how to “Act Like a Lady, Think Like A Man.” Hosted by professional matchmaker Steve Ward, VH1’s newest reality show “Tough Love” aims to reform the love lives of eight women who are looking for love in all the wrong ways.