Get my weekly blog here What is the most important area of your life? Is your love life as important as watching your favourite show on TV or your 40-50 hour a week job? Sometimes I think it must not be. I know you’re busy and have your priorities. But if you were at the

Get my weekly blog here Men and women are wired differently and fear and shame can cause a loving close relationship to become disconnected. This interesting information is from a book called “Why women talk and men walk” by Patricia Love and Steven Stosny. Research and clinical experiences show that men and women clearly want

Do we still enjoy courting?

We have enjoyed courting from the beginning of time. But today there can be a general lack of trust and appreciation. Maybe this is caused by being hurt too many times. The courtship guidelines have become blurred. Men love to court ladies by calling for the date and holding the door open. But when ladies

If you are new to the dating scene, you may not be sure of your self-confidence. And you may be wondering how important is it in attracting a suitable partner anyway. According to many studies it is very important. Get my weekly blog here We are not talking about arrogance, snobbishness or believing you are

Meet at dinner? 8 good reasons

Who will I meet at dinner? Before you attend our dinners, remind yourself that you may meet the man/woman of your dreams. But, even if you don’t, he/she may live next door to them. Or, you never know, he/she may invite you along to meet a group of their friends with lots of interesting singles.

“No” is just a word. It doesn’t mean anything else about you! If you asked someone for a contact to catch up again and they said “No,” don’t make it mean anything about you. There are many reasons why they may have declined. Most often it is because of something in their life. Perhaps they

Do you ever feel as though you would like to meet someone who gets you? You know the feeling when you meet someone new and you really have the feeling that this person is listening and actually hearing what you are saying. You feel as though they are, if even for a moment, stepping into

“I’ve been single for a few years now. My friends have set me up a few times. I’ve tried dating all sorts of people. I’m starting to think that my ideal partner doesn’t exist. Who would want to date me anyway?” Does this sound like you? It’s easy for people to say to you “Just

We had a lot of success partnering our members up last year. Our testimonial page and Reviews have a list of many happy couples that have met via A Table for Six. We also heard from members who met through other means, but they said  that attending our dinners gave them the confidence in their

Will the 6th person you date be the one?

The first person you go on a date with most probably won’t be The One. And the sixth one probably won’t be either. That’s why it’s good to keep your options open and date as many new people as possible. To know if someone is right for you, you need to have dated a number