Miami, FL, October 11, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Online Dating services are popping up all over the Internet as people search for Mr. or Mrs. Right. Statistics show that nearly 100 million singles are looking for love. Founder and CEO of Meet to Marry, Bari Lyman, is offering a teleseminar later this month that promises to reveal the 3 Myths That Sabotage Your Quest for Love. “I’ve helped countless singles find the true love and partnership that was elusive for so long,” says Lyman. “It is possible to get out of your way and find the love you want.”
Bari Lyman knows what it means to be a single person searching for a fulfilling marriage. A lifetime of less-than-ideal dating experiences had left her feeling unfulfilled - until she had her own dating revelation. Now a knowledgeable dating coach with more than a decade of professional experience, Bari helps marriage-minded singles find the kind of happiness she now enjoys with her husband.
During the teleseminar, Lyman says you’ll discover the best places in the world to date and find true love and marriage; the top 3 secrets to finding and keeping love forever; the biggest mistake people make when dating that can actually repel true love; and the single most important thing you can do to attract your ideal partner.
“If you are ready for real love; I’ll show you how you can meet and marry your dream partner this year,” says Lyman. She contends that most people are confused about how to attract the right people and are tired of repeating the same patterns over and over again. Most people are frustrated with the dating process, feel like they are too picky and wonder if real love will ever happen for them.
In an article entitled Why Are Men Frustrated with Dating? published earlier this year in Psychology Today, Dr. Jeremy Nicholson says, “The men that I speak with lament about being in a 'no win situation' in modern dating. If they follow what society tells them to do, they often end up 'good guys' who are taken advantage of, mistreated, and disrespected. In contrast, if they follow more 'assertive' biological imperatives, they are labeled 'jerks' and 'players'—who may get sexual gratification, but not love or respect from what they would consider a 'good woman'.”
Dr. Nicholson also examines the female perspective in another article entitled Why Women Can’t Find a Good Man also published in Psychology Today, stating “They [women] lament over the guys that they say are stuck in childhood, not taking responsibility for their lives. They complain about the men they call 'nice guy, push-over' types, who don’t stir passionate feelings. They also have difficulty with men they label attractive 'jerks,' who disrespect them, ignore their needs, and break hearts.”
Lyman, known as an Extraordinary Lifetime Love coach, contends there is no need to go through all this anguish. Her passion is teaching singles to be clear, happy and empowered daters. Her upcoming seminar is designed to help singles break old dating habits and find “the one”. "If you want to eliminate dating frustration, get clear about the kind of person who would be right for you to marry and find the unconditional love and partnership you've always dreamed of, then this teleseminar is for you," says Lyman. For more information about the upcoming teleseminar and to register, visit the Web site at www.meettomarry.com/3myths/
About Meet to Marry
Led by founder and CEO Bari Lyman, Meet to Marry is a bringing the dating-for-marriage revolution to 100 million singles across the U.S. with the book Stephen Covey said “correctly identifies what we need to be looking for in a relationship.” With a commitment to marriage readiness and meaningful dating, Meet to Marry provides real tools and real people to help singles identify exactly who they're looking for and how to achieve lasting love.