Blog: Matchmaker’s Comment
Romantic inferiority is tough to navigate and may have different origins. But profound love requires sharing, autonomy, and perceived equality, regardless of the differences.
Is it possible that you are jumping to conclusions too quickly when meeting someone new? Could it be unconscious bias that is holding you back from finding love?
Being attractive, engaging, confident and funny can help us land the relationship opportunity, but unless we’re tuned into Emotional Intelligence it likely won’t stay the distance.
There are things you can do not just to pass the time, but to maintain meaning in your life, and stay on top of your game for when normal dating finally returns to the realm of possibility.
So you’re alone on Valentine’s Day - so what? Just because you’re alone doesn’t mean you have to be lonely.
Singles often tell me that it’s a dealbreaker if someone of a certain age has never been married. It’s widely believed that this signals a lack of commitment or desire to be in a relationship.
The pandemic came as a shock to us all. A year down the line and as a matchmaker, I am in a prime position to share with you the impact it is having on the modern dating scene.
Matchmaking is a lifestyle more than it is a career. As matchmakers, we have the power to revolutionize people’s lives are beyond imagination.