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She says: "I am absolutely over the moon to win such a prestigious award within our industry.
Northern Ireland is such a small place and when I started my business I had a few raised eyebrows as to why a happily married person would want to get involved in the dating industry.
His findings have been distilled into a tome titled Own That Guy In 60 Days and include putting the man you want on a pedestal and focusing all your attention on him.
Claire, from Castlecaulfield, had no plans to become a matchmaker but felt compelled to give it a go after discovering how difficult it was for singletons to find new partners.
Look scruffy and you won't have the confidence to talk to a man. No chit–chat about your problems, politics, your exes or your job. Ask him about him but in a light–hearted way – this is not an interview. The chances are he will talk and talk and he will love you for listening. Replaying it back to him on a later date will raise the level of intimacy between you better than anything, even sex. They don't want to admit it because it isn't considered very manly but men want to romance a woman. Be nice to his friends and family too and you will be half way to making him fall in love with you. KEEP IT GOINGLavak concludes: "These rules aren't just for when you're looking for a man, they're for when you've found one and want to keep him."I know a couple who've been married for 14 years and the guy will still do absolutely anything for his wife because she's fun, she's sexy, she listens to him and is kind.