Finding Love in Unexpected Places – Last First Date




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This is a story about finding love in unexpected places. My client, Julie, met the love of her life in the most unusual way. Listen in!

In this podcast episode, you’ll hear the true story about someone finding love in unexpected places. Julie first hired me nine years ago to help her find love after her divorce. She called last week to tell me she had something very exciting to share with me. She met an amazing man, and they’ve forged a love that’s so incredible, she could never have imagined it was possible. Her story is so inspiring, I had to share it with you!

EP 523: Julie – Finding Love in Unexpected Places

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • Why Julie first hired me
  • What she learned about herself, men, and relationships through coaching
  • How she met the man she’s with today
  • How you can find love in unexpected places
  • What you need to let go of and learn in order to find your last first date

You’ll hear what Julie learned through our work together and through the work she did on her own as a student of love and relationships. She struggled for many years to find a connection with a man where it didn’t feel like work or that there was something important missing.

If you’ve ever thought to yourself, “There is no hope for me”, listen to this episode. I think you’ll be inspired to continue on your journey to finding your right-fit partner.


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