5 Ways to Speed Up Finding a Partner

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5 Ways to Speed Up Finding a Partner
Looking for a partner? Keep on dating, and take these 5 steps to find the lover you want.

5) Search "finding a partner" (188,000,000 there) and read different people's perspectives on www.yourtango.com and many other sites.  Know that you will read or hear what resonates with you, and when you do, you will know the next thing to do.  If there are several suggestions you relate to, mark 1 a week to put into action.

In the meantime, contact me at 206-938-8385 for a complimentary 30-minute coaching call. I love to explore with people the intentions they want to manifest. Let me support you in having what you want!  Moreah Vestan, moreah@comcast.net

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Location: Seattle, WA
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Specialties: Communication Problems, Dating/Being Single Support
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