From her leafy home office, Jiveny works with clients to help them attract a healthy, sustainable and passionate relationship with a quality partner.
Jiveny's niche is working with single people. She has experience coaching both men and women, and has worked with clients in their 20s right through to those in their early 70s. Her ultimate goal as a dating coach and relationship mentor is to empower people to navigate the modern dating scene with confidence and insight, so they can make better decisions, waste less time with the wrong people, find true love, and avoid unnecessary heartbreak.
In this 15 minute interview Jiveny provides insight into her approach to coaching and a snapshot of the modern dating scene.
In this segment George and Jiveny explore the nuances of nuptials on Australia's most loved Morning Show.
In this segment George and Jiveny unpack the essence of a healthy breakup on Australia's most loved Morning Show.
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