Interview with Julie Ferman: How and Where To Find Men To Date

How and Where To Find Men To DateInterview Transcript

Mike: This is Mike Hennessy. And I’d like to welcome you to today’s interview with Julie Ferman. Julie is a Dating Coach and Matchmaker providing free private registration to be able to work for personal matchmaking referrals throughout the US, Canada and beyond. You can visit her website at www.JulieFerman.com.

Julie, thank you so much for joining us today.

Julie: Well, thanks so much for having me. I’m thrilled to be here talking about anything related to love, romance, and dating, my specialties.

Mike: One of the most common questions we get from our subscribers is, where can I find men to date? And some of our subscribers especially in their late 30s and up seem to have a hard time finding that quality man. They don’t seem to be interested in men that are interested in them. The men they are interested in don’t seem interested in them.

And some women are so turned off by the reason men they’ve dated that they just lose hope and start thinking that all the good men are taken. And then some women feel that men of their age are only interested in younger women that are physically attractive.

So with all that said, how do you give people practical advice on what women can do to find quality men to date?

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