So, continuing my dating service research: I've been looking into the heavily advertised "It's Just Lunch" service. "Busy professionals", blah blah blah, "casual dates over lunch", blah blah blah. The premise is that the dating consultants get to know you personally, so they can set you up with a good match. Catch number two is, apparently they really don't go to much effort to set you up with a good match.
He has been a business owner for over 17 years and is originally from Canada.
We went to the experts and did some digging around town.
There's Party in the Park, charity fundraisers, and for those spicy singles, events like Salsa on the Square. But first, says David Coleman -- or as he's known nationwide, "The Dating Doctor" -- you have to put yourself out there."Number one, you have got to get off your couch and get out of your house," said Coleman.
You're both trying to strike a balance between making a good impression and being your authentic self.
"You're both aware that you're evaluating each other.