Dating After a Long Hiatus
How long has it been, months, years, decades? You forgot what it feels like to meet someone new. To be vulnerable. To have someone look at you with new eyes. If it’s been a long while then the rules have probably changed a bit. Have you forgotten how to make small talk? You hate small … Continued
It’s Super Bowl Sunday!
Knock His Socks Off with these Helpful Tips. If you’re not into sports, especially football, here are some helpful tips to show your boyfriend that you care. Remember that time he took you to the ballet? Okay, he might have fallen asleep but he tried didn’t he? It might not be enough to bring him a … Continued
Here at Kelleher International we believe that giving back is a basic tenet of life and relationships, that not only enriches the lives around us, but strengthens the fabric that binds us all. It creates the perfect circle. Whether it’s through charity in our communities or making sure that we are always on point when … Continued
Oversharing. Too Much of a Good Thing.
As reality has shifted to a more tech centered world, and we are getting to know a romantic interest virtually there is a tendency towards oversharing. This is completely natural in times like these when we are a bit more isolated. When we do make an authentic connection we tend to really spew a bit. … Continued
We only know what we know. Seems obvious enough, but getting to the core of what this simple statement means gives us a great jumping off point for today’s blog on Relationship Coaching. If you are getting mired down in interpersonal relationships or spinning your wheels with your partner, there is a way to leverage … Continued
Considering Long-Distance Dating
Talking through the pros and cons of long-distance dating is second nature to us at Kelleher International. And we agree that long-distance relationships are challenging but not impossible. “As matchmakers, we’ve experienced so many potentially great matches never meet because of the miles between them, says Kelleher International CEO, Amber Kelleher-Andrews. “But just as many … Continued