Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle website Goop has interesting solution for all the singles to find love through modern dating.
According to Daily Mail, Paltrow’s website has hired a relationship coach Ezzie Spencer who mentions three-part strategy for singles to “meet someone and make a real connection” on a dating app.
Elaborating on the tips to find a partner in an article for Goop, the author and creator of the re.love method pointed out, “It’s easy to feel like love isn’t possible or that you have to put up with substandard behaviour.”
“It’s important to be anchored in your sense of self-worth and not settle,” wrote the Los Angeles based coach.
Spenser suggested that people should “always come from a place of authenticity when meeting potential partners”.
“The key is to still show up as your full self even if it’s difficult and allow people to sense who you really are,” stated Spencer.
Spencer further shared that there are “three main ways to find out compatibility which include emotional attraction, physical connection and the potential for friendship”.
The coach also advised, “You’re only meeting someone for the first or second time. You do not need to be assessing their lifetime partnership potential.”
“Put the checklist down and bring the intention of play, curiosity, openness, and exploration,” commented Spencer.
The relationship coach also emphasised, “People should deactivate the apps for at least a month and focus on self-love if they are feeling depleted and drained.”
“You are not going to be able to initiate that sense of energy and possibility and play if you’re burned out,” she added.