She draws out captivating stories through active exploration in profiles to help dating clients find their perfect match. She has been married to her husband for 15 years, and when not on date nights with him, she can be found taking care of their three children, writing book reviews, or at the theater or the climbing gym!A former book editor at the Stanford University Press and Houghton Mifflin, Emily graduated from Wellesley College with a B. Her intuition has been responsible for several marriages (and children)!The Huffington Post and Steve Harvey call her "The Fairy Godmother of Dating! Prior to founding the Smart Dating Academy, Bela worked for 12 years as a top global executive for Akzo Nobel, a large multinational corporation.Louis with dual degrees in psychology and business - and has a natural knack for understanding people and developing a strategy for success.
When his aging bulldog compelled him to trade his walk-up for an elevator building, he seized on the opportunity and rented a one-bedroom on the Lower East Side, a quick walk to local favorites like Stanton Social or Mr. She later found out that he had come into the cafe where she was an owner just the day before. “When you’re in the same neighborhood you get that chance over and over again.”But Michael J.
Rebecca - Coach Rebecca works with Smart Dating Academy in various capacities and currently coaches clients on dating/writing/communication for online dating.
Her direct and active approach towards creating personal change helps others gain the tools to find and attract the right connection.
Between 20, Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, had a 36 percent increase in the number of single men (single being defined as a person aged 20 to 34 who has never been married) to 15,121 from 11,127, and a 31 percent increase in single women, to 12,272 from 9,361 — one of the largest increases in the city, according to the census bureau’s American Community Survey. And for those hoping to meet in what her clients often refer to as “the natural way,” neighborhood can make all the difference, she said. One evening, she saw an attractive man at an event on the Upper West Side, where she lived, but she was too shy to approach.
Based on that data, the New York City Economic Development Corporation declared the neighborhood “an attractive spot for all young singles” in 2014. The area “is not such a good spot for single people,” said Mirsad Kadribasic, 41, an owner of La Bohème Lounge on Stillwell Avenue in Bensonhurst, which on a recent Friday night was half-filled with couples smoking hookahs at velvet banquettes. It’s not like Park Slope, where people are hanging out all the time.”The neighborhood had plenty of bars, conceded Mr. Afterward, she was standing on the sidewalk and he walked by again.