Florence's response

To get her to fall in love, my approach consists of helping you to set yourself up for success, not by “hedging” your personality, thereby revealing another personality that just isn’t yours, but, on the contrary, by coaxing out everything about you that is touching, true, powerful, different.

First, you must shine a positive light on your personality. Think hard to identify, in your life up until now, everything that has stayed with you, made you fragile, or made you stronger. Speak about these things sincerely in your conversations. You will give off a natural aura.

Second, you have to make room for the magic. Spend quality time together: forget about going to the movies or watching T.V. Concentrate on shared experiences… and if possible, share a memorable or original experience: horseback riding or cycling along a river, visiting a historic town or a unique exhibit, eating at a one-of-a-kind restaurant. Leave silly things by the wayside and choose activities where you feel more alive, or where each of you can express your sensitivity.

Don’t try to “impress” your date, since you won’t be able to keep it up in the long run. Third, try to get to know the other person and ask questions, not about “how” things work, but about “why.” For example, try to understand what motivates her, what drives her forward, and also what disappoints her. Why did she choose to study certain subjects rather than others? Why does she like a certain neighborhood? What did she love or hate about a certain movie? If you want her to fall in love, you have to be a “more intense” version of yourself. Being in love means being touched by another person, being called into question, and experiencing life in another way thanks to that person.

Preconceived notions

" It's hard to know if the other person loves you as much as you love them."

What you're saying

"How can I make sure the other person loves me too ?"

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The New York Times
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ELLE magazine
An Efficient Method by Florence Escaravage, the Queen of Love Coaching, February 2007
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