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In January I’ve accepted the role of Global Head of Dating for Time Out (eek! Evidently I won’t be using this particular one any more …!!!
I’ve never met Evan Marc, or had any contact with him …
All three comments written directly on it were positive ones, agreeing with what I said. Especially when your own article appears to begin with a rather personal attack! I’m sure that’s what many people think about me, and that’s certainly what I think about Charly Lester, London-based “blogger, journalist, dating expert,” and Huffington Post contributor” I’ve never been accused of being smug on this blog.
I took things people tell you about dating, and spun them around, to look at some of the reasons those ideas don’t necessarily work.
As with everything I write about dating, it was simply an opinion, and I tried to be as non-patronising as possible.
I’ve been called upon by countless dating websites, newspapers, radio stations and other companies to share my expertise and experiences, and have consulted for some of the biggest names in the UK dating industry. I would like to point out, Evan Marc didn’t in any way share this article with me, contact me with his disagreement, or even comment on the Huff Po article directly – which I think is a bit spineless and underhand.Interestingly, the Huffington Post article in question was one which a number of British experts had praised or shared themselves. I personally thought it was helpful and pretty inoffensive! If you’re going to write a response to something, at least have the decency to let the person you’re attacking know about it!I believe one of the reasons 30 Dates has earned its place in the dating world, is because I never overtly tell people what they have to do, and because I’ve been there and done that.Often I’m laughing at myself in the process of working out the best way to approach something! ) a single girl, and have been single for the last 3 years.
Last night I did something I try not to do very often … Intrigued by which of my projects appear when you enter my name in Google, I flicked through the various web pages, and came across something I had never seen before. A former JDate staff member, he’s been in the dating world a long time. It’s quite different to the stuff I do and write, and I’ll admit I’ve not spent much time reading or watching anything he’s done, but I remember finding his TED talk on Dating earlier in the year interesting and fun.A rather surprising and scathing attack from someone on the other side of the world. Interestingly, his name came up in a brainstorm I was doing earlier this week for my new job role. ), and had been brainstorming American dating experts to use on that side of the pond!!!