“Do something that nurtures and empowers you and makes you feel like a woman,” Laurel says.Lastly, when you’ve had time to heal and go through each and every one of these steps, let yourself start dating again.As a Matchmaker and Date Coach, I am hired to help find single Bachelors and Bachelorettes love and figure out what has been keeping them from finding true love in the first place.Whether it is through Date Coaching a celeb-scorned Bachelorette or matching a celebrity himself, I've learned a thing or two along the way.Laurel calls this “Bummers with Benefits.” What did you learn from these mistakes?
There are so many misconceptions about celebrities that I have learned throughout my years in LA (first off, they hate being called “celebrities” #oops).
You don’t need to do it for him, though, it should all be for your self improvement.
Whether it’s a set mantra you repeat every morning or just a quick “you got this” any time things get tough, it’s important that you support yourself and remember you are strong.
Here's the thing: when it comes to dating, celebrities are not actually “just like us”.
People in the public eye and the brave men and women dating them face unique challenges that I help them navigate.