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Dating Tips From The Capital’s MatchMaker

Dating Tips From The Capital’s MatchMaker

Singles Seminar Scores Record Attendance At Rosie Bowie ‘Dating Tips’ Talk

Wellington, Friday 7 September – Matchcompany.co.nz – The singles’ seminars on dating and relationships enjoyed a bumper turnout to hear Matchcompany owner and TVNZ’s ‘Good Morning’ guest Rosie Bowie talk about successful dating in the 21st century.

Rosie’s talk covered key issues for those seeking to date and looked at the essentials for anyone seeking to create a successful relationship. She spoke about internet dating, her own personal introductions methods as well as other issues facing those seeking success in dating. She covered the need for participants to treat people with respect, to understand their own personality, the need for a positive self-image and other ‘ingredients’ in successful dating.

Rosie, co-author of the book “Heart Rules”, spoke about examples of those who had achieved successful relationships, often later in life, based upon her varied experiences in matching couples, her observations of key features in successful relationships including her own, inspirational relationship.

Talking to a variety of age groups, from men and women in their 20s to 60s, Rosie’s talk was an educational and enjoyable session that left the attendees inspired to reinvigorate their dating efforts.

The singles seminars conclude at Wellington St Johns bar next Wednesday at 6pm with talk from financial expert Rachel Lock talking about financial affairs for singles and how to safely blend finances into new relationships.

Those interested in attending the final of this successful seminar series should contact Rosie Bowie at www.Matchcompany.co.nz, or at rb@matchcompany.co.nz, or by ringing 04 917 1226

ENDS


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