Welcome to Select Personal Introductions blog
An approved dating agency that has been helping single people for over 20 years, we are constantly driven to bring about the latest dating advice, tips, and all things relevant to finding love and holding onto your relationship once you’ve found it. We sincerely hope that our blogs are worth your valuable time and that you learn something new.
Dating After a Divorce: Tips for Getting Back into the GameGoing through a divorce is one of the most difficult things a person can go through. Not only are you dealing with the heartbreak of a relationship that did not work out, but you’re also faced with the daunting task of starting over.
How to ease back into dating after a long break Dating can be daunting at the best of times, but returning to the dating game after a long break can be extra challenging. Whether you’ve been out of the dating scene for a while due to a busy career or you’re simply not sure where to start, either
Are you one of the Merseyside singles currently on the dating scene and wondering where to go and what to do? Have no fear! Select Personal Introductions is here to help you find love and have a great time while you’re doing it! We’ve put together a list of some of our very favourite date
When you spend a lot of time with someone, it’s absolutely inevitable that you won’t always see eye to eye and arguments are bound to happen occasionally. It’s all about the bounce back and you may well find that you feel a lot closer to each other after a fight than you did before it.
Being in love really is an incredible feeling and there’s really nothing quite like it, but it should come with a warning sign or two, perhaps, because true love can make you do all sorts of weird and wonderful things… like forgetting who you are as a person, what you stand for, what you value and what you want from your life.
The internet is an incredible resource and one, no doubt, that we’re all grateful to have – but, when it comes to dating and relationships, it can lead us to have unrealistic expectations of what to expect, as well as potentially leading us to focus on the wrong things, forgetting what’s actually really important where matters of the heart are concerned.