I was contemplating my upcoming conversation with Life and Relationship coach, Amy Schoen, when I came across this quote from Margaret Mead, who said: “One of the oldest human needs is having someone to wonder where you are when you don’t come home at night.” That gave me pause for thought.
Five years ago, single person households in Canada comprised 28% of all households. That’s a lot of people living alone, with no-one there to wonder where they are when they don’t come home at night. While many single people may not feel the need for an intimate relationship, for others, the social isolation of the past two years, has led them to want to have someone to share their life. Finding that special person can be hard at any age. But for those in their 50, 60s or 70s, it may be specially daunting.
Enter today’s guest, Amy Schoen, a Certified Professional Life Coach and Creator of the Motivated to Marry Dating Secrets coaching program. Amy’s passion is to clarify her clients’ critical relationship values so they can easily recognize and connect with their true lifelong love partner.
Amy is the author of “Get It Right This Time – How to Find and Keep Your Ideal Romantic Partner” and “30 Very Good Reasons NOT to Get Married Until You Are 30!” She also hosted the “Motivated to Marry” podcast.
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