This is one of those tips that I had to learn the hard way - in that, I didn’t even notice it until Tawkify matchmaking pro, Jules Armet, brought it to my attention and put it into words. Now, it’s something I have to tell myself regularly and practice daily. In jobs, and matchmaking is no exception, “getting things done” is usually a big priority.
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Even though tackling people’s dating lives is a job to me, I can’t approach it like just any other job because I am dealing directly with people’s emotional lives, offering these tender hearts up to another human being for evaluation, an act that inherently causes some amount of discomfort, if not pain. People’s emotions and hearts do not respond well to the same direct energetic approach that is required when doing the things that
Lauren Korshak is a San Francisco-based Marriage and Family Therapist, Meditation Teacher, Dating & Relationship Coach, and former matchmaker. She has a BA in Psychology from University of Southern California (USC) and an MA in Somatic Psychology from California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS.) In her free time, Lauren can be found dancing, meditating, adventuring outdoors, making music, and spending QT with loved ones.