Paul J. Meredith

Biography

Having been a serial dater for over 15 years, Paul J. Meredith has been through the dating trenches. He went from not being able to get a date to the point where dating became an addiction. During this time, Paul noticed many patterns and mistakes that were common among women. These patterns were holding them back from finding the right person and were opening them up to being used and hurt. He realized it didn’t have to be this way. If these women had some guidance, they could significantly increase their dating success, weeding out all the guys that were just wasting their time.

Paul has been ‘officially’ studying male-female interactions and early stages of relationships since 2005. His knowledge base is comprised of life lessons combined with years of studying social dynamics. He has been to many seminars, bootcamps, and has read countless books on dating written for both men and women. Paul is passionate about helping women to understand the way men think, as well as to better understand their own thoughts and actions.

He currently resides in Toronto, Canada where he lives a healthy and active lifestyle. When he’s not spending time at the gym, you can often find him enjoying his other passion – sailing, as well as spending time with his family, friends and his long term girlfriend Kelly. Paul is also involved in modelling and acting which allow not only for his creative side to come out but also as a great way to meet new people.

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Books

Is It Any Wonder You're Single!
Price: $8.95 USD. Words: 54,950. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Dating
Women will learn how to identify Mr. Right with clarity, while weeding out the men who are just out to waste their time. Dating doesn't have to be as frustrating as everyone finds it, and the tools in this book can give women a huge advantage in finding, attracting and landing the man that they deserve to be with.

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