What’s a mitzvah? Hubby, Gil is Jewish, and my DNA test revealed that I’m 11% European Jew. Who knew? Since launching my company in LA in 2002, in addition to the introductions I’ve been providing for my under-contract matchmaking clients, in honor of my OMG amazing mother in law (Feisty Frieda Ferman, my company’s mascot) […]
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Could you and I make magic together?
Am I the right matchmaker for you?
Let’s find out.
Are you in Los Angeles or Santa Fe, NM?
Are you reasonable? Are your requirements / key preferences manageable?
How “marketable” are you?
How curious / growth-oriented are you?
Are you happy already? (Those who’ve succeeded here were … happy already.)
Marketability: The more you have […]
Does Personal Matchmaking work? Well, quite often it does, especially here in my world. 1202 – the number of couples who’ve committed to each other while under my watch. That’s 2404 human beings, who’ve found love through their relationship with me! And that’s just the couples I know about.
Here’s YOUR turn to change everything for […]
Great question, and it’s a common one, so here’s why…Two big reasons for why it’s a GREAT idea for both single men and single women to schedule a personal consultation with me.
Reason #1. I’ll have the rare chance to really get to know YOU. Your strengths, your unique “elements of appeal”, your vibe, and your […]
Matchmaker Julie Ferman Has United More Than 1,200 Couples Through Her Dating Coaching and Matchmaking Services
A series of bad dates led Julie Ferman to join a dating service, which ultimately led to meeting her now-husband, a matchmaker, and being introduced to the dating industry. She was so fascinated by the practice that she began developing her own methods for matching singles with dates that could lead to long-term relationships, and she now […]
What a joy it was to be selected as the family for the cover of Inside North Ranch Magazine. The story and lots of fun photos of The Ferman Four can be found inside on pages 9 and 10. Click here to see the magazine, then go to Page 9. http://tinyurl.com/ocrd8ao