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So, in order to adequately cover the male perspective on dating in a way that would be interesting to both men and women, I decided to do some interviews with professional dating coaches.
: clothing stylists, personal advisers, assistants, publicists, lighting experts, writers, producers, directors, editors, trusted confidants and above all therapists.
One topic which arises almost every time I am working with a client is the subject of love and the current relationship issues we are all experiencing at that time.
Previously on RWN, I put together a couple of articles that featured interviews with conservative women on dating (Part 1, Part 2).
The articles were a big hit and I had several people ask me when I was going to do a follow-up with conservative men.