|Date||Saturday, July 30th 2016|
|Age Group||35 - 54|
|Theme of Event||Non-religious Speedating|
|Address||7548 Standish Place|
Presented by a guest panel of professionals including: Dr. Dan Amzallag, Panel Moderator, and other professionals in the field of dating and relationships.
As the nicer weather replaces cold dark days, flowers are blooming and the grass is getting greener; the blossoming of new growth is all around. New growth in relationships is also triggered this time of the year. The changing seasons tend to bring out peoplesâ€™ hope and optimism about meeting someone new and starting a relationship. Our seminars are designed to help you become more comfortable meeting new people, work toward fulfilling your relationship desires, and perhaps even find and maintain a stable relationship.
â€śThe doâ€™s and donâ€™t with online and offline datingâ€ť is the second of many future seminars offered in the DMV area that will look at the subject of â€śDating in the 21st century.â€ť The format of the program will be interactive; attendees will be encouraged to ask questions of the panelists throughout the seminar. This event is designed for the public and opens to anyone interested in learning more about creating healthy relationships or starting a new one. At this fun, interactive activity, you will learn effective ways to create your online profile that will attract potential mates and learn what to avoid when it comes to online dating etiquette. With so many choices available out there when it comes to available singles, it makes the selection process increasingly difficult for everyone who is looking to meet their significant other. This seminar will cover all aspect of securing your first date and making sure that you can develop something meaningful to potentially get yourself a second date.
The seminar on July 30th,we will tackle topics such as:
@ The ins and out of online dating
@ Keeping the conversation fresh and interesting on Date #1, and closing for Date #2
@ Learning how to accept rejection, as it may be inevitable in some cases
@ Remaining self confident and focusing on becoming a better person
@ Beware of dating scams
@ Learning to love who you are and accept yourself
@ Avoidance, secure, anxious, avoidance -anxious and how the differing styles can create distress in a relationship and complicate the dating experience.
We will also cover the topic of intimacy as to when it is best to initiate intimacy without making ourselves too easy or to prude.
When to approach intimacy?
Safe to be vulnerable
Excited to be with him/her
Xpectations are reasonable
Sexual safety in the years after AIDS killed everyone