Are you one of those people who dread Valentine’s Day? When I was single, I didn’t really look forward to this day. It just reminded me that something was missing in my life. I called it Valentine’s Day Blues. Whether single or in a relationship, people have all kinds of reasons for wanting to skip February
We are entering the busiest season for online dating. Every year, from January to March, there is an average increase of 30% in signups on dating sites as reported by the most popular dating sites. What does this mean for you? You will more likely increase the chances to find your match. I know people
Hope you had great time off for the holiday. I personally just came back from a 3-week vacation in Asia. Holiday is a great time to relax, reflect and recharge. However, for some singles, this is also a difficult time. It triggers some deep feelings of sadness and anxiety. If you are not in the
The holidays are supposed to be the happiest time of the year. Yet for singles, it can trigger some deep feelings of sadness and anxiety. Even if you are “busy with your family,” there is still something missing in your heart for romance. It’s just human nature. Here are 4 Quick Tips to Overcome the Holiday Blues!
Last week I flew to New York to meet my mentor to have a deep-level coaching and to set goals/plans for 2019.Before I took this trip, I had to move around some of my coaching sessions with my clients. One of my clients said to me “You are a coach yourself. Can’t you just coach
[fusion_text]Online dating is not the only option to find love. Certainly you can meet your man in real life. The only thing stopping you is when you don’t leave the house or you don’t step outside of your comfort zone. We all have busy schedules and many obligations in life. The art is how to