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Corporate Dating | Dating Service

Corporate Dating | Dating Service interviewed by Anela and her team on UCT Radio on the 18/04/2013 Topic, ‘Tell It Like It Is’

We discussed the following:

1. Why did the idea of Corporate Dating appeal to you? 2. What do you find are the biggest issues contributing to unsuccessful relationships today? 3. There are various positive and inspiring testimonials given about your dating service from various kinds of people with very different backgrounds. Do you have rules that you adhere to, or emphasise to your clients, that ensure that these relationships are successful? 4. Considering the fact that most of our dating habits are formed in our youth, what rules or ways to go about conducting a relationship do you think would have made your dating experience better when you were younger? 5. What would you say are the best and the worst things to come out of being a founder of a dating service? 6. For those people who are listening and are interested in trying out this way of dating, what would you say are the basic expectations and ‘do’s and dont’s of making use of dating services? 7. Some interesting advice is given on your service’s website about our dating habits being influenced by the dating habits of our parents. Can you share some of your experience with that and also elaborate how as a dating service, you combat such diverse and difficult matters? 8. Any last words?

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Interview

The Only Social Club a Dating Service | Corporate Dating interviewed by Kgomotso 567 Cape Talk and Talk Radio 702 on the weekend breakfast, Sunday 9/02/2013 . Kgomotso chose to talk about “looming” Valentine’s Day and talk about

  • The ratio of single men to single women is South Africa is 1 to 10. Why is there such a discrepancy?
  • Why do I see “nerds” dating girls in the “8 to 10” category of the looks department?

I did find it to be an interesting interview. We chatted on the personalised service that I offer and discussed briefly the two above questions,  we then had listeners calling in and sharing there input.

I find we are all on a journey and it is very easy to become despondent and be in a negative space regarding love, relationships, life partner, etc. especially if you have had a bad relationship or never have been in a relationship. My journey has involved,  what are you beliefs? If you believe that there is more ladies and a few men, then that is what you are going to attract. If you believe that there is no one out there for you, then you will not attract your life partner? Remember, there is a big pond out there of singles. Hang out in places or make contact with a service that resonates with your value system. If you are in company with people that gossip and talk negatively and moan all the time, I believe then that is what you are going to attract. You do have choices and you need to take responsibility for those choices. Go inwards and look at areas where you felt that you had failed. Learn from it and look at new opportunities. What action can you take in order to improve those areas? We are all special and unique, love and light.

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Change from within

Some key Ideas for Corporate Dating Cape Town www.theonlysocialclub.co.za

With some research we believe that we’re attracted to people who share the same qualities as our parents. (both good and bad).

We can overcome childhood traumas by working through them in our adult relationships.

We like to think we’re self-aware enough to avoid mirroring the downside of our parents’ relationship. But research has discovered, old patterns may have a stronger hold than we realise.

Forming your own relationship blueprint – how to avoid replicating your parents’ mistakes.

  • Listen to your dialogue: does it remind you of your mom or dad? You may unconsciously mimic them, but it doesn’t necessarily reflect how you want to be.
  • When faced with a parental pattern you would like to change, the key mix is awareness (“There’s this thing I learnt to do”) and compassion (“But it’s okay, I can learn to do something else”).
  • Make the weak point of your parents’ relationship your top priority – so if they never argued and suddenly broke up, focus on your communication.
  • Work on your relationship with your parents. Cut the emotional umbilical cord (so you’re more adult than child around them) and you’re less likely to mimic them.
  • Whatever upsets you most about your relationship is likely to be inherited from your parents. Instead of going into battle over this issue (“if you don’t stop doing x, I can’t go on living”), step back and see it as a learning opportunity.
  • Study other people’s relationships – exposing yourself to other blueprints gives you more choice in how you handle your own.
  • Philandering parents are more likely to produce philandering offspring. You’re less likely to fall into this trap if you remember the pain it caused you.
  • If you’ve become critical, dependent or passive-aggressive like one of your parents, try other responses.
  • Understanding each other’s histories can help both partners to heal childhood wounds.

Whatever upsets you most about your relationship it is likely to be inherited from your parents? The research was found in the Aug/Sept 2008 edition of the Psychologies magazine.

I believe if you continue doing the same things you will get the same results. Make contact with The Only Social Club Corporate Dating  and change your behaviour, take responsibility for your life.

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