San francisco bay area dating coach
' " my friend texted on a recent Tuesday while I was riding BART. For the past week, I realized, I had been too busy living "The Bachelorette." I'd been juggling guys and dates in a refreshing whirlwind of activity that, until recently, had been entirely foreign since I'd re-entered the singles scene almost a year ago. Census data show there are more single men than single women under 65 (though in San Francisco that doesn't necessarily mean single men who want to meet women).
Judith’s advice gave me confidence to venture into a scene that was very foreign to me.
I’d encourage anyone to use her dating coach services, and, today I can say that I’m in a relationship and very happy.
Judith got me to think about my happiness and what I was seeking in a mate.
I was encouraged to make good decisions along the dating process.
If I wouldn't have contacted Judith, my life would be very different.
"I can't get over how reflexively men flirt in New York." Forget flirting; it sometimes seems as if guys don't see gals, period. It's easy to blame smartphones for replacing the normalcy of spontaneous face-to-face interaction.
I have confidence in meeting anyone Judith would feel is right for me. Judith met my future husband, Steve, and knew we were a match. She noticed details we had in common others wouldn't have thought about. If it were not for Judith, I’m certain our paths would never have crossed, as, at the time, I lived in San Diego & Steve lived in Menlo Park, about 9 hours apart. She takes her time and the matches have been spot on in terms of personality, background, education, & world view."I feel invisible in San Francisco and attractive whenever I leave." No surprise, then, that in that same Facebook study, San Francisco also ranked dead last in the likelihood of relationship formation, based on the number of Facebook users who changed their status from "single" to "in a relationship" during the period studied last fall. Is it possible that single, straight guys in San Francisco are just not interested in meeting women? We've all heard about Silicon Valley's epic "Peter Pan syndrome," in which thousands of young workers from around the world prolong their independence while carving out careers, heading west to strike (tech) gold."The courtship culture is just much less aggressive here," acknowledges Colin Hodge, 28, CEO of Down, an app that lets users connect to date or "get down." He says that many men might find women in the Bay Area harder to approach, partly because there aren't as many of us to go around.We've been married since 1998 and have 2 beautiful children.I am so grateful to Judith for bringing me my soul mate.I know you're really trying on my behalf and I appreciate all you do!