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Julia Malakiman Coaching

Why You Need a Dating Coach

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Dating anywhere, but particularly in the Silicon Valley can be excruciatingly painful. I won’t get into the debate of whether men or women have it easier. Bottom line, dating sucks across the board. 

Most of my clients come to me with a variation of these thoughts:

How do I keep a conversation going?

How do I know if he/she likes me?

We talk but then he/she ghosts me.

Where do I meet people?

I’m afraid of being rejected so I don’t go out.

I just moved here from another country and don’t know how dating works in Silicon Valley.

How do I find someone that has similar interests and passions as me?

I keep texting but they don’t respond.

I want to be able to share my boundaries with him/her but I don’t know how.

I’m so analytical in my thought process, I don’t know how to flirt.

If you identify with any of these common thoughts, and don’t know how to deal with it, you need a dating coach. Majority of people feel hopeless and confused when it comes to dating. Whether it’s struggling with online dating or in person dating, there are a million questions one can ask. As a dating and relationship coach, I help clients see their problem areas and work to get them results fast. It’s one thing to read about how to have confidence and attract women, it’s another to actually apply the techniques in real world settings. 

Considering Silicon Valley is majority men, the competition to stand out is that much higher. However, most people, regardless of gender, do not realize they are sabotaging their own success. For example, they send mixed messages without knowing it, or they’re unable to read body language to make that first move, or they don’t know how to set up their online dating profile…the list goes on and on. By having a dating coach, your blind spots will become crystal clear and your dreams of dating without the fear of rejection or anxiety become a reality. 

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