In 2002, she experienced a vital moment of clarity and decided to make some life-altering changes.She began to focus on fulfilling her inner world and started exploring her own relationship with self-love and contentment. “By the time I’d met my third husband, Peter, I’d managed to transform my inner life,” she said. Peter was the best thing that has ever happened to me.” Cynthia didn’t want to keep the lessons she learned to herself, so she launched International Dating Academy to help others overcome their adversities in love.“I suffered from chronically low self-esteem, and also had major trust issues, as both of my ex-husbands left me for younger women. With Cynthia’s help, I was able to get out there again, overcome my demons and find love again.” Cynthia’s personal journey taught her the truth about love and what it takes to get it and keep it.Her courses teach clients to get to know themselves before finding a partner.Any profile who address those topics will be banned. The Short Version: Renowned Author, Relationship Coach, and International Dating Academy CEO Cynthia Spillman believes you have to be proactive when it comes to going after the love you truly desire.The Academy offers a wide range of training courses and dating coaching services that give clients a road map to find and keep compatible partners.The Academy’s research- and experience-based approach was developed through careful analysis of thousands of successful partnerships.
In fact, even matchmaking firms, such as the popular Vida Consultancy, have referred clients to International Dating Academy to ready them for the dating world.
As Cynthia told us, for her clients to find “The One,” they must first turn inward to discover their true selves and what they’re looking for in a life partner.
The transformative coaching delivered at International Dating Academy helps relationship seekers do just that.
Voici une proposition de veillée pour découvrir et redécouvrir ses camarades scouts.
Chaque scout va discuter pendant un temps imparti (dans l’idéal 5 minutes, mais il faudra peut-être réduire suivant le nombre de personnes dans le groupe) avec chacun de ses co-scouts (ne pas hésiter à inclure aussi les chefs).