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I tell each one the same exact thing: “If you’re dating a few men right now and can guarantee me that you’ll have at least one date a week for the duration of our time together, we can start coaching.
Every day I get emails from women who want one-on-one dating coaching but don’t want to try online dating.
Rather than dip your toe in the water and give up because you’re intimidated, I highly encourage you to check out Finding the One Online, in which I hold your hand through the entire online dating process, from getting over your fears, to choosing a website, to writing a profile, to flirting with men and so on.
You don’t have to be single if you don’t want to be, Loriann.
But if you won’t go outside your comfort zone, I can pretty much assure you that nothing’s going to change.