"Every year thousands of women feel that their Valentine's Day did not live up to their expectations."
(PRWEB) February 1, 2011
Valentine's Day is the Super Bowl for women.
Just as the Super Bowl is the grand finale of the football season, Valentine’s Day is the pinnacle of your dating season. For singles, you hope to snag a date in time for V-Day. For the taken or married, you expect Valentine's Day to be filled with spectacular surprises (roses, handwritten notes, wedding proposals and I Love You’s).
With the goal to help women everywhere have the Valentine's Day they deserve, premier relationship coaches are answering your questions live every Thursday leading up to February 14, 2011.
“For Lovers and Lovers in Waiting” February 3, 2011 3:30 pm EST, 12:30 pm PST – A live Q&A with Cyber Dating Expert Julie Spira aimed to help women across relationship statuses have the perfect Valentine’s Day.
"Friends Who Play Cupid" February 10, 2011 9:30 pm PST, 6:30 pm PST – A live Q&A with Matchmaker and "Have Him at Hello" author Rachel Greenwald on how to have your friends fix you up with a Valentine.
In addition to these live chats, visit genConnect.com for daily doses of love, life and relationship advice by premier experts, including psychosexual therapist Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh, President and CEO of the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health Susan Wysocki and frequent "Today" show contributor Dr. Janet Taylor.
"Every year thousands of women feel that their Valentine's Day did not live up to their expectations," says Randi Zucker, Sr. Editor of genConnect.com "Women -- and men -- deserve to have that one special day each year where they are romanced just as they see in the movies. Our experts are on call to provide you with the tools, tips and coaching needed to not be upset on a day that celebrates love. "
To participate in the live chat, simply sign up for free at genConnect.com. Registered genConnect members are already invited to the party and are given email instructions every Wednesday on how to participate in our expert discussions.
To follow the Valentine's Day talks on Twitter, Tweet #gCLove.
For more details or if you're experiencing technical difficulties, email events(at)genConnect(dot)com. Have a question for our experts? Email editorial(at)genConnect(dot)com.