❤️ Love – when we all need it the most!⁣ ❤️

Here at DDM the team finds ourselves listening and watching as the Covid 19 tragedy unfurls itself all around us. From clients on the front lines, to those whose loved ones are affected. ??
Whether we are isolating at home or continuing to travel to deliver vital services, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed, our daily lives and routines upended. For many, significant life events are on hold: engagements, weddings, new jobs and house moves all postponed. ??
The quicker we adapt, the better we will cope with the new restrictions and the loss of vital human contact of close family and friends.??
People are resourceful, and we have been shown to be creative as we adapt. Here at DDM our clients are turning to video chat and conferencing for work and play, hosting virtual dinner parties and drinks, sharing online cups of tea with mum and dad, generously spreading humour, love and warmth when we need it most. ??
Never in our generation has loneliness been more prevalent and the singular importance of connection been more important.?
At Drawing Down the Moon we too are adjusting and embracing these means at our disposal. Our team is continuing to work full-time to make it possible for like-minded people to meet their soulmates. In our small way we are incredibly proud to be continuing to help make these connections possible.?

Dating is continuing at a tremendous pace, and our clients are already adapting to Zoom, Skype and Facetime/Whatsapp dates with huge success.

We continue to provide a full matchmaking service, and over the coming weeks do check out our blogs which will continue to provide really helpful advice and tips in how to date effectively while social distancing is in place.
Adapt and embrace the dating possibilities now available to us. We are here to support you!

Your team at Drawing Down the Moon Matchmaking.

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Written by : Gillian McCallum
- Posted in: Dating, Drawing Down the Moon
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