Pep Talk

When you're single, it's easy to feel like you're on the outside looking in.


You walk through the mall looking at all the people, most of them in pairs, and you wonder to yourself, "He/she is not nearly as attractive as I. How come he/she is partnered and I'm not?" Or, if you live alone, you arrive home on a Friday night knowing that once you close the door, it may be Monday before you have any significant contact with another human being. You may "tough out" the weekend or head for the bookstore or bagel shop on Saturday or Sunday just so you can be around other people. If you're lucky, you get to exchange a few pleasantries with someone.

You get through the weekend, but the experience has taken a toll on your self-esteem. You begin to have doubts about your desirability as a partner. Your social skills and your ability to be comfortable in social settings head south. In response, you may bury yourself in your work or immerse yourself in your children's activities.

It doesn't have to be that way!…You can do the singles scene in real time.

Whether you're 28 or 68, widowed, divorced or always single, you can get a life - and a life partner. I'm sure of it.

Do you doubt Mr./Ms. Right exists or that you can find him or her? I believe that person is looking for you, right now, and I can show you how to increase the chances that you find each other.

Has it been a while since you dated? Whether it's months, years or decades since your last date, you can learn to date consciously and effectively. You can learn the difference between a "practice relationship" and a forever love.

Most importantly, you can raise your self-esteem and confidence levels to the point where you naturally radiate your attractiveness. You will become a magnet attracting other quality people into your life. Mr./Ms. Right will be among them.

If you're ready to change your personal life for the better, call The Singles Coach. I'll put you on the roster!

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"Early last summer, I met a wonderful man and fell in love…I still have my 'soul mate' list on the refrigerator. That list is probably the single most important thing I took from the class. It helped me to get really clear about my priorities and to stay focused on them, especially when I found myself attracted to someone who, though nice, was not appropriate for me. That newfound ability to 'pass' on an inappropriate relationship helped me to be 'open' when [this man] came into view - and I'm so glad!!!…Don't stop what you do. It’s great!”