We'll find "The One" who supports you in your life’s mission: sharing experiences, building a family, advancing your career and being a part of a community. The excitement of a new love is wonderful, but it can also distract you from the things that will come to matter over time.Although your friends and family may try to help, only a trained therapist can remain neutral, and see you as you really are."My wife and I celebrated 10 happy years after finding each other on 2ofakind!While life hasn't been easy, we always faced everything together.You will no longer just be “playing the field” on the off chance that you will find someone who "clicks.” When I'm on your team, it's a different game.Together, we will work out what is important to you, whether that's dating a Persian woman or other preferences, and match you with someone who ignites the spark of passion between you — the fire that will keep you both warm. To find out more or to get the ball rolling, click the button: Finding “The One” can be both exhilarating and frightening.In short, if we take you on as a client, we guarantee you will go out on dates!Teaser: Lisa Anderson: One of the guys I dated, on our second date had a Power Point presentation (Laughter) for me of how our relationship was gonna go, complete with, I mean, it was like pivot tables (Laughter) and like algorithms and stuff, no joke. Jim Daly: John, I think the conversation last time was really helpful to a lot of singles. It doesn't get any bolder than that, so what prompted you to name it that?
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And he presented it to me and I was like, "That is a bit much."End of Teaser John Fuller: That's Lisa Anderson, reflecting on a date that didn't turn out so well for her and she was with us last time on "Focus on the Family." She's back today with more insights about being a single and pursuing marriage with purpose. I hope so and maybe the parents of singles to say, okay, now I kinda get a better idea what's going on. Jim: But we want to continue that discussion today and I think if you're in that spot and you're single and you don't know, "Why, God, I'm still here," I think you'll hear some things today that are gonna help. Lisa: Well, I think I wanted it to be kind of my statement.
I loved Lisa's story about her mom at 86 reading the manuscript for her book on singleness saying, "There's some tips in here I might use when I start dating." I thought (Laughter) that was great. I think you're gonna hear some things today that will help you. You know, I feel like I've told people, like I've "talked" this book probably 500 times in conversations, at dinner parties, you know—Jim: Conferences. And people have said, "Lisa, you gotta put this down on paper, 'cause it's really everything that I wish I'd been told about dating and relationships in my 20s, but wasn't. We understand that, but it will be a small number that choose celibacy as their path.