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Dating and Relationship Coach

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My Experiences

Here I’m going to share my dating experiences, which you might get interested in or help you take the right step in your next date

Dating and Relationship

What after a date? It’s a relationship, no matter it’s short-term or long-term, how to take it to the next level? If you think you are the perfect match for each other, what you need to do to make your relationship stronger
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I’ll share some tips related to dating/dating apps, such as Tinder tips, Bios that hook your next match, or Dating app profile optimizations etcs

Founder's Message

Now you are in a dilemma why you should listen to me, right? Don’t you think we don’t need to be professionally certified to solve our everyday issues? It’s all about our experiences, understanding and problem-solving skills. I have been helping my friends, family members, colleagues, and many others to sort out their Dating and Relationship issues, for more than 12 years.


Where did it all start?


There is an expert Relationship Coach that I grew up watching – my maternal Grandmother. She is a hero – one straightforward and commanding lady. She used to help couples by – counseling them, guiding them, helping them to be strong and decide the next step, and appreciating them for their right choices.

Sometimes, we learn and move on. Sometimes, we don’t move – we get stuck, go down, lose confidence, and feel depressed and lost. After being in this phase for a while, we learn to stand strong, fight the situation and bounce back. The whole process gives us a new hope. I learned the same lesson thrice. I have been in this Dating and Relationship loop for almost two decades and learned quite a lot. Improvisation matters, you see!

As a middle-class child, growing up in a joint family and later located in different geographical areas, I watched different people dealing with relationships in different ways – foolishly, irresponsibly, effectively, practically and maturely. It all helped me get an idea on which ones work and which don’t.