Do you need a love coach? Listen to your heart - and an expert - before you rejoin the dating game

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What is a love coach?

Similar to a matchmaker who facilitates romantic introductions, a love coach can help you meet someone new - but with the latter you can also discuss, in detail, what worked or didn't in past relationships to help you to overcome any lingering sadness or anger.

"What's important is that you find a coach who understands your personal needs, such as assisting you to move forward after a relationship has come to an end," Yvonne says.

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