What’s the #1 question, single women always ask me?
It’s always, “How do I find a husband?”
As a Matchmaker & Dating Coach, I can tell you there isn’t just one right answer to that question.
Just think about all your friends that are married…if you ask all of them how they met their husband, some will tell you they met through online dating, friends, a bar, church/synagogue, on a plane, walking down the street, or just by plain accident.
There never seems to be a common thread on WHERE someone met their husband. But I can tell you there is a common thread on HOW someone met their husband.
How did other women find their husband?
The majority of women who met their husband in one place or another, didn’t just sit around and wait for him to come along. They got out there and did everything they could do to increase their chances of meeting their husband.
I know that sounds daunting and overwhelming, but let me explain.
So, this is what I notice about a lot of single women. It seems that they are only doing one or two things to actually find a husband. And the most common things are usually: online dating and just going out to bars.
While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with online dating or going out to bars, the problem is you’re really limiting yourself when you only do one or two things to find a husband.
Where should I go to meet the man of your dreams?
Here are some great suggestions:
- Ask your friends that are married to ask their husbands if they know a great guy to set you up with
- Go to networking events for work
- Go to church/synagogue events
- Learn how to play golf and go to the driving range
- Go to a dog run park
- Go to a scotch bar
- Join a free Matchmaking service
- Go to sporting events
Now, these are just a few suggestions to help you get out there to increase your chances to meeting your husband. Not every one of those suggestions will be right for you, but if you just add on two or three things to what you’re currently doing, you will have significantly increased your chance of meeting your husband to be.
The most important thing to remember while you are searching for him….try not to get discouraged!
Just remember, as Andrew Carnegie said, “Anything in life worth having is worth working for.” So, now it’s time to get out there and start “working”!
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