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Trimming the Tree, Dating and Love: A Metaphor for Finding Your Match During the Festive Season

November 30, 2023 by admin in Dating Advice, Dating Ireland, Latest News | 12

Some of you may say it’s a reach or stretching a metaphor beyond its elastic limit, but stay with us: the act of decorating a Christmas tree is somewhat akin to the pursuit of love—a process that involves patience, care, and a touch of magic. As the holiday season draws ever closer, households across Ireland set out on the cherished tradition of adorning their homes with festive cheer, much like the quest to find love amidst the magical backdrop of Christmas. Let us elaborate…

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INTRO Dating Franchise Opportunities

January 17, 2023 by admin in Franchise | 12

When it comes to high profits and low overhead, Intro Matchmaking is one of the top franchises of 2021. Whether you’re looking to start a business in the UK or want to focus your attention on something further afield, we would love to welcome you to the Intro family. As you will quickly discover working with us, the high-demand for matchmaking services, combined with our expertise, support, and reputation for excellence, makes Intro Matchmaking the best franchise business for our ever-changing society.

INTRO Dating Christmas Gift Vouchers

December 20, 2022 by admin in Matchmaker Says | 12

At INTRO Matchmaking we have been introducing couples to each other for many Christmases past and our lovely Ghost of Christmas Present is telling us that it’s time to offer another way to help the singles amongst us to find love. Cue the INTRO Christmas Gift Voucher!

Episode 9: “How to deal with dating app trolls?” (with Marty Guilfoyle‪)‬

Have you dealt with backlash or bullying on dating apps? Trolls are all over the internet and they try their darndest to ruin it for everyone else, literally. Luckily enough, Feargal got to chat to the amazingly charismatic Marty Guilfoyle this week and Marty has some brilliant tools and tips on resilience and handling trolls online.

Episode 8: “You’re in there if she’s buying the drinks after the date!” (with Derry Clarke‪)‬

In our final episode of season 1 of ‘Is This Why You’re Single?’, Derry Clarke sits down with me to discuss his views and ideas on dating and relationships in Ireland. Having a birds eye view of the dating scene in Ireland running beautiful restaurants across the city has opened his eyes to some interests trends and funny stories!

Episode 7: “The greatest relationships have got to be born out of compromising” (with Brent Pope‪)

Tune into Ep 7 of “Is This Why You’re Single?” with Brent Pope! In this episode Brent discusses people’s changing criteria when it comes to that special someone as they get older and his own interest in fashion and how men tend to “let themselves go” after settling down. We can’t say we disagree with that one!!

Episode 6: “You Can Be Lonely At Any Age” (with Paul Ryder‪)‬

Thank you to Ireland’s own drag superstar, Paul Ryder for joining me on Episode 6 of “Is This Why You’re Single?” Paul chats about all things dating and relationships, the problem of loneliness in Ireland and how many of his students might come out to him before their own parents!

Episode 5: Learning from your mistakes (with Danny O’Brien‪)‬

In the fifth episode of ‘Is This Why You’re Single?’ comedian and all round sound guy, Danny O’Brien joins me to chat about his thoughts on the dating scene in Ireland.

Episode 4: Get therapy! (with Keith Walsh‪)‬

The ever entertaining and honest Keith Walsh joins me in episode 4 of “Is This Why You’re Single?” and shares his views on men in Ireland and their lack of self care when it comes to their mental health. He also breaks the harsh truth that “nobody is perfect”..this is news to us?!

Episode 3: Do blended families work? Of course they do! (with Luke Thomas‪)‬

In our third installment of “Is This Why You’re Single?”, Luke Thomas joins me and shares a brilliant example of how long distance relationships can work (Spoiler alert – It’s a longer journey than Clare to Galway!) We also chat about the change in the wedding scene in Ireland and how its ok that most people walking up the aisle these days are a bit older than they used to be.