Yes, it’s so exciting to be a columnist for SITS. In the past, I’ve written articles about dating and happiness in over 25 Swedish magazines, been a blogger for Match.com and Aftonbladet and written a book on dating psychology to name a few things. I look forward to sharing smart and practical dating advice with a cross-cultural twist with the SITS readers.
I’ve always wanted to do this work on a bigger scale because dating problems are in no way specific to Sweden. I think it’s a global problem that we are not taught to understand our emotions, which is the foundation for most people’s dating and relationship problems. Also, I’m pretty much the only dating coach in Sweden so I wanted to meet colleagues in the U.S, be inspired by their work and explore new opportunities.
It’s much more common here. There are so many more dating coaches with all kinds of niches and specialties. I also think there is an openness and awareness around the whole concept of getting professional help with your love life.
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