Category Archives: Los Angeles Dating

Holiday Survival Tips for Couples

  For many couples, the holidays can bring a sense of dread alongside all the excitement of sharing the season together. In addition to the real hustle, bustle, and stress of the season, you have the added responsibility of managing … Continue reading

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A Gentleman’s Guide to Modern Dating

Many of the men who come to us have lost hope in finding “The One” by themselves; they either have too much to do and not enough time to do it, or find that meeting the right someone that’s at … Continue reading

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Ask LA Matchmakers: Why Do I Always Attract the Same Type?

Anyone who has ever mused over a series of failed dates understands that some people attract a specific personality type. These “types” always seem to either be beneficial or harmful when starting a new relationship. Why is it that some … Continue reading

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The REAL Reasons Online Dating Isn’t Working for You

Online dating commercials boast thousands of matches resulting from this system of factory dating, but how many of these matches are actually quality relationships that result in lasting marriages and relationship support for the duration of their courtship? The truth … Continue reading

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The Importance of Self-Care During and After Divorce

Maintaining a self-care routine is important, especially during times of stress. Including the length of the process and the financial and emotional impact it has, divorce can be counted on as a time of immense stress. During and after divorce, … Continue reading

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Overcome the Most Common Intuition Blocks

When it comes to relationships, many people find it difficult to trust their intuition which is a shame, because intuition knows all the important stuff before we do in our subconscious mind. Intuition supports you by: -Recognizing someone’s character -Sensing … Continue reading

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The Matchmaker’s 7 Rules for Modern Dating

For those who make the rules in their business life, playing by someone else’s rules in the dating world can seem stifling. Of course, if you’ve been out of the dating scene for a while, a few general guidelines might … Continue reading

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How to be More Optimistic about Your Relationship

Many people believe you are either born an optimist or a pessimist; however, it’s ultimately your actions that make the determination. Don’t buy into the idea that you are destined to remain a negative thinker if you have the tendency … Continue reading

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Uncertainly Yours: Healthy Habits for Life and Relationships

You’ve heard the old adage, the only thing that stays the same is change. The fallout from that means life is filled with uncertainty – and it’s your job to maneuver those moments of fear and doubt with a courageous … Continue reading

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Love is a Leap of Faith: A Matchmaker’s Tips for a New Relationship

In the world of romance, nothing is scarier than putting yourself out there. In the back of your mind there’s always that little voice reminding you, there’s a good chance that it might not work out and you could end … Continue reading

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