Matchmaker Trea Tijmens, from HIM high net worth dating and Success Match matchmaking and dating service in Geneva and Zurich, provides the Magazine Hello Switzerland with six questions you can ask yourself to determine whether you are single and ready to date.
International Matchmaker and Dating Coach Trea Tijmens contributed 6 best practices that she recommends her single clients that apply to meeting new people to Jack Vincent's book "A Sale is a Love Affair".
“We’re doing online social media research about our matches on Twitter, Linked In and Facebook.
Each applicant’s Linked In profile and Facebook activity are thoroughly vetted, so no catfishes or underachievers.
An estimated 500,000 hopefuls worldwide are currently waiting to be admitted, and as of this week, 9,568 people in the Philly area have casted a request for entry. According the startup’s founder Amanda Bradford, dating apps tend to fall short for successful singles, and they’re clamoring for a fresh option. “Online dating has typically not been great, especially for women who receive offensive messages and photos,” Bradford told me. “There are so many profiles that people clearly haven’t put a lot of time or effort into, and on certain apps, people just joke around and make fun of the process,” she said, “so I wanted to mitigate these kinds of behaviors from the beginning and build a community from the ground up.” And Bradford candidly owned up to the marginal stalking most of us do before linking up with a match in real life.
Trea Tijmens, dating expert and CEO of exclusive boutique matchmaking agency HIM Matchmaking was interviewed to give her views on an earlier article that stated that single expats claim the Swiss are terrible flirters.
Trea Tijmens, CEO of introduction agency HIM Matchmaking, was interviewed by Emily Mawson of the Local on how single international professionals and single expats in Switzerland are doing with dating the Swiss.
But here’s the thing: We have so much fun together. My best friend tells me to relax – this is just how dating is. I’m going nuts thinking about him dating other girls. However, despite the apparent benefits, the Tinder Revolution often leaves us feeling less self-confident, confused, frustrated, and empty. Everybody wants to feel special and to be treated with love and respect.