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Not only am I scolded, attacked and told that I am not doing my job if I introduce her to someone who is not romantically interested in her, I am accused of introducing her to someone who is not serious about a being in a relationship (they ARE serious about being in a relationship, just not with you).I was recently slapped with a lawsuit, riddled with lies and wrongly slandered and defamed in very public media outlets by such a client.I was very passionate about the fitness industry...helping people achieve tangible goals, augmenting their self-esteem through diet and exercise that resulted in an overall improved quality of life.
What is never printed or addressed is the absolute terrorizing trauma these "victims" put their matchmaker through.
What the media and the reality shows don't tell you is that "the business of love" is without question, a very challenging and thankless job because its basis is complete subjectivity.
The "product" the client pays for is intangible, the introduction to carefully vetted potential love interests who possess specific criteria.
What I didn't anticipate was the downside of this business and the price I've paid being in the public eye while trying to do my best to fulfill clients' (often unrealistic) expectations.
While I have encountered individuals who have been grateful and appreciative, the difficulties and hurdles I face have truly sullied the business I've worked so hard to grow and maintain.
I was helping people in much the same way that I did in the fitness industry, but the focus was helping them find the love they sought and deserved.