So here’s the thing. In order to date you need to be able to flirt or in some way able to attract the attention of another single person. Not too much, and not too little, but just the right amount
‘So how do you find them?’ people ask me all the time when I tell them I had 60 dates in two years time. How do you find all those fine, potential partners? The answer: you don’t. When you look
‘If you want to go fast travel alone, if you want to go far, travel together’ the saying goes. Most of us have a tendency to do dating alone. It often surprises me how few people know about a date
‘Oh, but you just have to know yourself and love yourself, and all the rest flows from there’, a friend told me when I explained the Datingcourse I was developing to her. Just work on your own wellbeing and you
Dating can be a tricky world to navigate. A place full of potential landmines that can blow up in your face, a place full of anxiety and fear: the fear of not being enough, the fear of failure, or the
The 26th of January Threads UK is organising a Dare to Date event! Don’t miss it… Tickets can be ordered here. I hope to see you there!
Happy New Year! I’m superexcited about the fact that this month, January 2017, my book Dare to Date will be published! I hope and pray it will be a blessing to many in their search for a happy, healthy relationship.
Where to start when you are looking to find love? First of all, decide on whether or not you want to be dating. You probably don’t, because dating is scary and potentially hurtfull, and also a lot of work.
Everyone is looking for ‘the one’. People are looking for ‘the one’ perfect job, for ‘the one’ perfect house, how to decorate that house perfectly, and for ‘the one’ in special, fantastic friendships. Churches are looking for ‘the one’ perfect
Isn’t it funny how you always think you can order clothing or shoes online untill you receive them and remember why you can’t? Because whatever it is, it’s always a bit too narrow or too wide, a bit to grey