This is exactly what I’m looking for and exactly who I am. It was clear to her this was something worth trying, so in 2012, Manfredi founded Eventually, Manfredi decided she wanted a life and hired other profile writers to help her shoulder the workload.
Now, she spends two to three hours per week on the business and occasionally writes profiles, while spending most of her time on her full-time job.
The idea of working as an online dating coach came to her after setting up several of her friends who ultimately got married in the late 1990s.
Two years ago, she started charging for the service after people she didn’t know came to her for help.
I wouldn’t say that’s sexist necessarily, it’s just down to gender differences.” She added that selfies were a no-no for men because they so often looked uncomfortable when taking them.