She knows it’s not just about what you know, but it’s also about who you know. Her approach to dating and long-term love is equal parts science, emotion and intuition. It’s rooted in her own passion for the field, which sprouted after she broke off her own engagement, shifted her dating approach and found her husband, Michael, with whom she has been happily married for over 10 years.
Sophy’s matchmaking process is supported by her rich training in behavioral and relationship science, which informs her unique approach to coupling, one that is guided as much by psychology and analysis as it is by excellent, time-honed intuition for what makes two people click.
An online dating scam is when the person you thought you were getting to know online is not who they say they are
The more people you meet (with an open-mind and open-heart), the higher the chances are that you will hit the love jackpot.
Regardless of whether your date invited you to dinner or on a private jet, do your due diligence before saying “yes!”
Trusting your intuition on a first date is difficult.
“Red flags are usually glaring in your face within one to two months of meeting someone new.”
But before you jump back into the online dating game, make sure your profile is updated and optimized to get you the best results.
It is ok to feel neutral after a video call date but don’t give up quite yet.
If you just started dating someone (it’s been less than 3-4 dates within a month), don’t rush to invite him/her to holiday parties with close friends, family, and/or co-workers.
Don’t entertain people who’ll flake on you or can’t commit to meeting up for a 15 minute coffee date.
Wondering where to go for a romantic weekend getaway? Sophy Singer, a professional matchmaker shared the most romantic winter getaways for couples. Book the best romantic winter vacation spot now.
Matchmaker Sophy Love chats great date ideas in San Diego with All in SD podcast hosts AJ+SARA.
Planning a fun first date that is also pressure-free is easy in San Diego!
Why isn’t anyone saying “thank you” anymore..?
As Sophy Singer, professional matchmaker, tells Bustle, when someone thinks you’re amazing they won’t waste time trying to see you again.
You may find yourself suffering from dating fatigue when dating just loses its appeal and that’s totally normal.