Vicki was over the moon delighted with John the gentleman I introduced to her – he’s JUST the type of man she came to me hoping to meet. Handsome, successful, engaging, honest and open, and … sincerely seeking life-long love. But…alas…on his side, the chemistry isn’t there. In studying her personal profile initially, he was […]
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Let’s wrestle with a tough dating dilemma – How to best date if you are practicing sobriety. You’ve made a conscious choice to give up drinking and/or drugs, and so if dating weren’t challenging enough, now you have the extra questions in your mind about how to date as a sober person, when to date […]
Allen and Christine met for a first date last night. I love everything about this match – they meet each other’s Top Five Critical Criteria, they both gave me the big Thumbs Up after studying the profile and photos, and they were both super excited to meet. And yet today’s post-date feedback from both […]
Here’s how to know if the person you’re dating (or thinking about dating) is really a good match for you for a potential long-term relationship. Whip out pen and paper and make your list. You know… your list. The qualities, characteristics and attributes that you hope to find all rolled up into one nice, beautiful […]
To be a matchmaker means to be fearless.
This personal matchmaker is NOT afraid of women.
I actually LOVE coaching and providing personal introductions for my female Clients. I can work effectively with women, even those who are beautiful, successful and super selective, because I have been collecting men here in Los Angeles since 2001.
I know a […]
Why “slow love” is so much sexier than “swiping right.”
Have you ever wondered if you’ve possibly missed opportunities to date someone REALLY great simply because they didn’t dramatically strike your fancy at first glance?
I’m here to tell you … you’ve probably missed out on some wonderful potential partners. And likely, plenty of great people also overlooked you!
I recently read […]