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Katherin teaches clients to tap into the power of the subconscious mind and the Law of Attraction to navigate the dating scene to romantic and lasting outcomes.
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Together with the three jilted ex-girlfriends, they hatch a plan to teach John a lesson.
Of course we should all focus on our strengths and Photoshop out blemishes.
We are hardly going to write in the 'interests' section that we like to wasted on cheap white wine and watching crap reality TV.
Kezia, who also uses Twitter to share her advice, said: 'Dating apps and social media enable people to airbrush their lives and create profiles, images and personas that are nothing like them in reality.
If you see them sitting and posing in the drivers seat of expensive cars, hopping on to a private jet, feet up in First Class with the glass of complimentary champagne they've either just broken into money - but probably living hand to mouth to keep up the Instagram gloss. Be wary of people who flood pictures of themselves like this, they either have a big ego or are distracting you from maybe their more boring day to day life.
Kezia Noble, 34, from London, says men spend so much time on Whats App or Facebook that they can't 'string a sentence together' in person.