More and more people are giving up on love and disguising it as being “single by choice.” But are these singletons truly choosing an existence devoid of romantic love? Or is it more plausible to assume they are resigning themselves to solitude due to the lack of choices and chronic romantic disappointment? According to psychological researcher and love expert, Brandan Rader, “Self-imposed romantic isolation is a side effect of dating fatigue and chronic relationship disappointment. Consequently, people opt for romantic isolation instead of risking more pain; it’s a defense mechanism.” But this begs the question: How does someone choose love when they’ve exhausted all options? Brandan says, “People need to start thinking outside apps.” If you’re wondering what thinking outside the apps mean, you’re not alone. I too was bemused by this concept until I interviewed Brandan Rader.
Brandan Rader is an award-winning psychological researcher who has investigated “first date to divorce date” to develop techniques that he shares with his clients to help them find lasting love. He applies his techniques through matchmaking and dating coaching. He has helped over 100 people find achieve their dating and relationship goals with a confirmed 90% success rate. A feat no other industry member can claim.
Thinking Outside the Apps
First, consider hiring a dating and relationship coach. Unlike therapists, coaches can dive into a client’s life and provide them with step-by-step action-items to guide them to their goals. Therapists are bound by the code of conduct of the American Psychological Association which prevents them from inserting themselves into the lives of their clients. As such, their ability to help is more hands-off and confined to the therapy session. However, it is their rigorous academic and professional training that provides invaluable insight. Therefore, hiring a coach that is trained as a psychologist is the best of both worlds, and Brandan Rader is such a coach.
Second, consider hiring a matchmaker. Matchmakers are professionals who search for and vet romantic candidates on their client’s behalf. Think of it as a romantic recruiting company. A client has a very specific position they want filled (their life partner) and have an idea of the qualities an ideal candidate should possess. Instead of searching through countless unqualified candidates themselves and investing in the wrong people—they hire a recruiter to search, sort, and vet hundreds to thousands of candidates on their behalf. Then, the recruiter finds a handful of the most qualified candidates and presents them to the client. The client then chooses the ones they want to meet for a final interview (the first date) for the position. That’s matchmaking in a nutshell! But it’s important to find a matchmaker who has professional training in analyzing human behavior. Let’s be real, people may say one thing, but the truth may be something completely different. Brandan Rader is one of the only matchmakers in the industry who is an academically trained behavioral psychologist.
The Holy Trinity of the Dating Industry
After doing some extensive research of myself, I can affirm that Brandan Rader is not only the real deal but also an original copy. I did not find any other industry member with his credentials and professional experience. With him, you’re getting a psychologist, matchmaker, and dating coach. A powerful combo that delivers results!
If you’re ready to choose love, you need to hire Brandan. You can apply for matchmaking and dating coaching at www.brandanrader.com orconnect with him on Instagram @brandanraderofficial.