Featured in Marie Claire
Where should we go?
'Do aim for something to do on a first date, like a walk by the river,' says relationship and first date tip expert Elizabeth Sullivan, aka The Love Mentor. 'Pick a route where you know there's a nice pub and, if it's going well, stop off. If it isn't, you can meet your friends afterwards to chew it over' http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/blogs/549560/first-da...
Dating coach Elizabeth Sullivan is more definite with her advice. For her, the best way to handle a post-break up conversation is to do it face-to-face. "The problem with sending a letter is that you don't know what state the person is in," she explains. "But if you chat on the phone or face to face you can see their mood. It reduces the risk of this kind of thing happening."
Featured in Metro newspaper
I talk about dating a lot, and that’s probably because I date quite a lot. Most single people I know are the same, with some averaging a couple of first dates a week, and some even more...
Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/08/27/why-is-dating-so-draining-6880538/#ixzz4rv4NZnjQ
Interview with Dating Advice
Elizabeth Sullivan, aka the Love Mentor gets women in the right mindset to attract a serious partner, maintain loving relationships, and succeed in all aspects of life. She offers one-to-one coaching and instructive workshops for anyone seeking level-headed and compassionate mentorship. Her friendly encouragement guides singles and couples toward love and fulfillment.
Elizabeth is supporting new dating website My Mate Your Date, which gets single people to invite friends who'll suggest dates for them through Facebook.
It's free to sign up so instead of paying a usual subscription fee participants can decide the amount they want to pay per date suggested and all the money raised will go to
Macmillan Cancer Support. By giving to such a good cause, Macmillan hopes supporters will have that warm and fuzzy feeling before the dating has even begun!
'We all know that finding the right person to have a relationship with can be an arduous task – particularly against the backdrop of ever increasing schedules and social calendars,' says Elizabeth.
'The tradition of setting up friends is centuries old and whilst it's a proven method, even this gets thrown by the wayside when people are too embarrassed to ask or too busy to play Cupid. 'Whilst online dating is another great way to meet fellow singles, people often feel nervous about meeting a stranger.
'That's why My Mate Your Date is a brilliant concept – it goes back to the traditional method of meeting a partner through friends… with an added feel good factor of knowing you're giving to charity at the same time.'
Here are Elizabeth's tips to choosing the perfect match for your pal... Read more at
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Featured in Psychologies Magazine
Q. I recently met a friend’s new boyfriend at a party and we clicked in an incredible way. I really had an overwhelming feeling that I had met the love of my life. We started talking and didn’t stop for more than two hours – until my friend came over and ushered him away. Now, I can’t stop thinking about him...
Daily Mail - Macmillan Cancer Support's Love Expert on their My Mate Your Date Campaign
'And with our ever increasing schedules, people are often too busy to play cupid or too embarrassed to ask friends to set them up.
'That's why My Mate Your Date is a brilliant concept: it uses a very modern social media tool but goes back to the traditional method of introducing friends...with an added feel good factor of giving to charity at the same time!"
Featured in the Irish Times
I like men, work with men, and, when I'm out socially, I find them easy to talk to. My problem isn't meeting men, it's finding one with the self-confidence to not be threatened by me. Despite being an attractive, interesting, fun person (or so my friends say) in my 30s who likes to think of herself as a catch...http://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/tell-me-a...
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