A story of Jenessa’s transformation, from shy and awkward to giving social skills advice to friends! “Camille has made it possible for me to understand and realize that I’m worthy of the kind of man that I want to attract. … I used to be that person who would just cower in the corner and…
From “I don’t talk to people” to starting conversations like a pro “I had so many breakthroughs while working with Camille…it almost felt like I was cheating on my therapist with her! She knew exactly what I needed and catered her coaching to my specific needs. It was like having a personal trainer for my relationships.” – Holly, 34,…
Dating is truly a process. Here’s how my client Ana finally got the results she’d wanted for years.. “Camille knows how hard it is to date and she gets that it’s not easy — it’s a process. She was very patient with me and she knew we had to take a different approach so she…
Let’s talk about the plan of attack during App-less April. It’s part actionable items to talk to strangers and part evaluation of your dating habits. Here are 30 things to do each day this month to make the most of App-less April.
Dating apps encourage bad behavior. A 2016 Consumers’ Research report found that 57 percent of women report feeling harassed online, and a 2015 OnePoll survey of 973 dating app users found that 7 in 10 women on the leading swiping app have received sexually explicit messages or images. It’s one of many reasons I ask my clients to get off of them for awhile so we can instead turn their focus to meeting people in the real world.
Burned out on online dating? Even in our modern, busy world, meeting people offline is still possible AND easy! Offline dating expert Camille Virginia will share her secrets to success on how to tap into the hundreds – sometimes thousands – of daily opportunities to meet someone in real life.
Tired of online dating? Camille gives singles who are burned out with online dating authentic alternatives to find their match in the real world. She’ll share details about how to be approachable, drop a hint, and get their number.
*This article first appeared in Date Therapy® Magazine’s Fall 2016 issue
One of my most awkward conversations happened when I was a shy, 16 year old girl.
I’d just come back from a Caribbean cruise with my parents where I’d met this cute boy who lived a few towns over. He and I had exchanged phone numbers, but a week after the trip I still hadn’t heard from him and was determined to do something about it. So, for the first time in my life…
It was the most dreaded time of the day: lunch time.
That meant walking into a huge room full of hundreds of people, all of them judging me, and hoping there was still a spot left at a table so I wouldn’t look like a loser. I really hated middle school.
Since then, life has thrown curveballs a lot bigger than worrying what a bunch of 13-year olds thought about me. But at the time, facing that midday meal every day was almost enough to make me lose my appetite.
So how did I go from being afraid of the lunch room to becoming an offline dating coach who helps women meet men in the real world?