Guardian Soulmates Coach You To Get That Date

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GS 2Guardian Soulmates is the romantic ‘arm’ of the Guardian newspaper. Initially Guardian Soulmates began in 1995 as the meeting space for quality professionals seeking a mate, and they’ve developed their ethos further with the advent of the Internet. Last week Guardian Soulmates took proactivity to another level with 2-hour interactive dating workshops held at the trendy Boxpark in Shoreditch. Here advisers coached both members of the public and their online community on how to improve their dating prospects via one-to-one question and answer sessions. A professional photographer was available for that all-important photo, a crucial tool in garnering initial interest for romantic browsers online.


GS 1Highlight of the day was guest Charlie (also known as Miss29), a woman who after a shock love experience challenged herself to undertake 30 blind dates by age 30.  She gave herself a timeframe of 3 months to accomplish this, and dated in the UK, Madrid, Paris and US – see for more. So that you know what she was ‘up against’, her love interests included ‘The Voice’ and Christian journalist ‘The Enigma’. Following her love experiences dating companies now invite her to review their events. Charlie blogs on love matters for straight, gay, singletons, and parents.

Soulmates Membership

Go to for further information or to set up your profile. You can also find dating advice and read member success stories, which are updated weekly. Hundreds of people join the site every day and roughly 25,000 log in every week. Not sharing information with other newspapers means Guardian Soulmates focus on YOU, the customer. They also vet joining members, thereby giving their existing membership peace of mind. Typical members keep their profile active for up to two years.


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