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On-line dating comes with it's fair share of frustrations. The Top 5 that I hear about are pretty common and understandably annoying. I would love to get your feedback on the Top 5 listed below and any additional frustrations you have encountered. Something big is in the works and your help getting it launched would be greatly appreciated. Following your comments and feedback a brief questionaire will be made available to you that will help with the developing process. And I send a great big huge thank you your way for helping me out!!!
Top 5 On-Line Dating Frustrations
1. Expensive Fees (monthly/annually).
2. Fear of rejection.
3. Uncomfortable meetings that usually end in disappointment.
4. Long and tedious registration forms and profile set-ups.
5. Extremely time consuming, checking websites and searching through profiles.
So there ya have them. I look forward to hearing your feedback and welcome any other frustrations you may have encountered.
My sincere Thanks!!!
|Posted by Kelly Gauthier on June 14, 2014 at 2:20 PM||comments (0)|
Today is a very exciting day for me. Today is the day that I officially launch Dear Kel my new creative advice column. I am so passionate about this new venture and I believe that I have created a uniquely fun and inspiring way to address your problems. Give it a try and let me know what you think. I guarantee you'll be pleasantly surprised!!!
|Posted by Kelly Gauthier on April 16, 2012 at 6:30 PM||comments (0)|
I was riding the bus to my office today when I happened upon this photo. I don't usually read the Metro, but it was on the seat I had chosen to sit in and opened to this photo. It caught my eye immediately. For me changes are a natural part of my existence ... I've made lots of changes throughout my life ... changes to my education, my hair style, my diet, my residence, my clothes, my job, my interests, etc ... the list goes on. However, there is one thing that has never changed ... my faith in the nature of change itself. I have always believed that change is good. Yes, there are times when change comes unexpectedly or can feel incredibly bad, but without fail it sooner or later makes sense of itself. If I'm patient enough and wait for the uncomfortableness to pass, change never disappoints.
What are your thoughts on change?
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What do you think about therapy? Do you see it as a sign of strength or as a sign of weakness. I'm gathering some information for an article I am writing and would love to hear your thoughts.
|Posted by Kelly Gauthier on April 5, 2012 at 9:30 PM||comments (0)|
I was always taught that it was rude to talk back. However, no one ever said whether this rule applied to photographs or not? I don't know about you, but every photograph I have in my possession has at one time or another had something to say; and sometimes they have more to say than I am willing to hear. I find it very hard to ignore something that doesn't need words to convey its meaning and doesn't use sound in order to be heard. The message is black and white.