If you were working with a personal trainer to get in shape, you might ask how long it would take to lose x number of pounds or to tone up x amount. The answer is that it depends on how much time and effort you devote to the process. If you work out three hours a day, you are going to get in shape much faster than if you work out three hours a week. The same is true for dating. As a dating coach I have worked with clients who found love after just six weeks, and others who took over a year. The difference is that people who found love in six weeks spent 4-6 hours a night searching. The people who took over a year spent only a few hours a week. I am not saying that you have to spend six hours a night looking for love – but you do have to commit a significant amount of time and effort to reach your goal. I recommend committing an average of 15 hours per week if you are serious about starting a relationship. This 15 hour/week quota includes everything you do to find love: searching through online dating sites, updating your profile, updating your wardrobe, going on dates, talking on the phone with matches, asking friends to set you up on dates, attending or hosting parties to expand your social network, volunteering or taking classes to meet other singles. If you have been looking for a partner without any luck and you have reached the point of frustration, it may be time to connect with a dating coach. A dating coach can help you create a personalized plan for success that outlines the activities that you will complete each week according to your interests and schedule. A dating coach can also keep you motivated when you hit roadblocks and help you overcome any obstacles that are standing between you and your goal. Learn more about KickStartLove dating coaching at http://kickstartlove.com/coaching.html
"I look for an interesting supporting part about once a year. That's the most I can manage. Some women can do it and that's fantastic, but I can't. You make choices as a wife and mother, don't you? You can't have it all. I don't care what it looks like," she said in an interview with U.K.’s InStyle magazine.