Thomas edwards dating consultant
I’m most proud of being a product of my own service.
It wasn’t that long ago that I needed someone to help change my life for the better.
It’s important to realize that our imagination runs wild when it is afraid of the unknown.
We help our clients ignore those thoughts and push through so the unknown slowly becomes part of their comfort zone and their mind slowly fades out that “psyching out” process.
At that point, I had enough of disappointment and started a journey of discovering my identity, my true confidence, and making sure I lived a life full of emotional wealth and stability.
I wrote a blog, chronicling my journey each step of the way, slowly growing a readership that began asking for advice.
Shortly, after starting my company, I ended up meeting a woman on Twitter (Laurie Davis) who was an online dating coach .
I liked what she was working on and figured there was potential to collaborate and share clients since we complimented each other so well. The courtship process lasted a month before I finally decided her and I should date. Look out for my fiancée’s piece about our relationship in Glamour UK coming out in the fall.
In the meantime, I’ll be working on a book, spilling all of the things guys don’t want women to know about when dating in today’s world.Laurie Anne Davis and Thomas Harry Edwards Jr., both dating coaches, were married Saturday at Artists for Humanity Epi Center, an event space in Boston. Milliken, a friend of the couple who was ordained through American Fellowship Church, officiated. Two weeks later, she sent him a private message on Twitter asking if they could meet for drinks over the weekend while she was doing business and visiting family in Boston, where he was then living. Edwards planned to be with a friend in New York, where she lived, but decided it was worth his while get home early. “We spoke about how we got into our businesses,” she said.The bride, 32, is the founder of e Flirt Expert, which offers online dating coaching, in New York. “I saw a really cool opportunity to work with her,” he said. “She’s adorable, she’s funny, she’s sassy and definitely hot,” he recalled telling a friend. Edwards arrived at the bar in Boston that evening, Ms. “We talked about our own dating lives and families.” Five hours later, after shutting down the place, they stepped outside into the rain. Edwards opened an umbrella and, while walking her to her car, draped his arm around her shoulder. “That was a date, that was totally a date,” she recalled thinking, though she said she later realized that it actually was not.At The Professional Wingman, we help people develop better social skills by going out with them, acting as their wingman, and giving real-time feedback on how they can make their interactions consistently better.We typically use dating as the driving force for their development because most people equate a large part of their overall success to a healthy, romantic, long-term relationship.