I’m a featured writer!


My dating advice column “Ask Debbie Sue” is a featured column on Skokie’s section of Patch.com. Thank you Patch for this honor!

Dating Patch


‘Ask Debbie Sue’ Dating advice with author & comedian Debbie Sue Goodman


I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer. The weather’s been so nice this week. It would be great if it stayed this way all summer instead of the really hot weather we had earlier in the month. I’d like to thank all my readers for all your wonderful e-mails. I also would like to thank everyone for your thoughts and prayers for my mom. She’s feeling much better and doing wonderful!

To all my readers that have been writing to me on my regular e-mail. I’ll continue to write you back as fast as I can.

In my first column back in October of 2010, people asked me for ideas on how to find Mr. or Miss Right. I think its best that if you do the activities that you enjoy, then hopefully someone special will find you while you’re doing those fun things you like to do and they’ll start a conversation with you. It can be anything from working out in the health club to just sitting with a cup of tea in a café. I’m very lucky to have many wonderful male and female friends in my life.

In my letters, a few readers have asked me to write about one of my first humorous dating stories. In this week’s column, I’m including one of my favorite short stories from my first book, ‘Still Single.’

At my comedy appearances and author events everyone in the audience is always so friendly and after the show some women ask me for advice on how to find the right guy. I found out you can meet men in unusual places. For instance, I was standing in line at my local post office, minding my own business when the guy in front of me turned around. He was holding a bunch of envelopes. He said, “With a face like that, I feel like I can tell you anything.” He said, “I’m going to tell you everything.” He continued, “I lost my last four jobs, yep they fired me. I’m mailing out six resumes and my car was re-possessed.”

So, I gave him my phone number. Not sure why, but, he looked like a nice guy. He called me up the next day and I heard a strange noise in the background. It sounded like a washer and dryer. Sure enough, He said, “I’m calling you from the local Laundromat. They took my phone away. I only have a minute to talk because I’m running out of change. But, I’d like to take you on a date… For a WALK!” I replied, “A WALK?! I don’t do things like that on the first date..”

Until next time.. Have a wonderful week and “Keep Smiling!”

Debbie Sue