In The Press
Even if it means posing in her underwear for a National newspaper — THE SUN
Dennie chatted with Kelly Brook and JK on heart radio about the story behind creating Old Style Dating.
On DayBreak radiohannah talks with Dennie Smith, founder of Old Style Dating which supports Men & Women looking for long term committed relationships.
Over a year ago, due to my own daughters experiences I decided to create a respectful online dating website. I work 24/7. Have four adult children plus a grand daughter. I do volunteer work when possible, very active in the community and currently organising a Christmas street market.
Dennie Smith, creator of Old Style Dating believes new year, new life mentalities can also play a role in the rise in January divorce-seekers.
“Christmas and the New Year is often a time for reassessment of goals around all aspects of life and romance and relationships is one of them,” she explains.
Dennie, talks about her experiences with Old Style Dating.
“I regret listening to too many different people (each offering their ‘valuable insight;’) and straying from my vision”.
Dennie Smith runs an online dating website called Old Style Dating which brings together people who are serious about finding love – not those who are looking for short-term flings or hook-ups.
On her site, Dennie, who lives near London, has loads of tips and advice to those looking for love, dating or just navigating being single over the festive period.
“My overall top tip is to remember what’s important in life and enjoy being around the people you love and who are the most important to you. This will communicate to any potential partner.
“Be present and enjoy the moment, embrace festive experiences and don’t engage in any body language which suggests you are ‘desperate’, ‘fed up’ or ‘jaded’.”
Episode 22 is with Dennie Smith from oldstyledating.co. uk
Dennie has set this website up for men and women who want an alternative to the usual dating apps. Dating with traditional values in a modern world.
We talked about what makes a good profile, the kind of mindset you need for dating and what the issues are with dating today.
SOCIAL media is killing relationships more than ever before, research shows.
Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter are the main reason the typical length of a romance has fallen to just 17 months.
The Sun asks – Should couples have joint bank account?