Hallmark Movies – Season’s Greetings (2016) – Best Hallmark Movies

Jay Dean
Storyline

Darcy Blake has the perfect job – she works for Harrington House, a successful greeting card company, in the editorial department. Writing heart-felt, meaningful copy for cards is very important to Darcy, especially at Christmas, which was important to her as a young girl. She realizes that she is a bit out of step with her fellow millennials but that is fine with Darcy. Everything is about to change when Andrew Harrington arrives at the company to take over from his grandfather and he has a very different view of the holidays. Written by AnonymousB

How to find your Mr. Right (and put your shoe shopping skills to the test!)

Lauren Gray
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Dear Lauren,
I am a victim of huge expectations. So, lately I’ve been thinking…is there really a Mr. Right out there for everyone? And if there is, how can I change this fear of mine that he is impossible to find?
-Alicia

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Talk to Someone Who Doesn’t Carry the Conversation – Dating Advice(tips) For Men

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When talking to someone who doesn’t carry the conversation, ask a lot of questions that do not have yes or no answers and be prepared to listen attentively. Keep the conversation moving with someone by sharing information about yourself with tips from a professional dating coach in this free video on communication.

Video Transcript
Hi, this is Jessica Claire, with New York Dating Coach, in New York City. In this clip, we’re going to talk about how to talk to someone, who doesn’t carry the conversation. Some of us are talkers, and some of us are listeners, and that’s just the natural progression of life, but you can do a couple of things, to help people feel more comfortable, in a conversation with you. First, ask questions. The more questions you ask, the more likely it is, the other person will respond. Also, think of questions that are not yes or no questions, or single answer questions. Ask them how they feel about certain things. If you ask someone where they’re from, or where they went to school, you’re going to get maybe a one word response, or a two word response, but if you say, are you glad you chose, the college you chose? They have no choice, but to respond with an actual answer. Then, be prepared to listen attentively. They’ll give clues in their answer, as to how they felt about this place, or this thing, and you can respond by sharing something about yourself. This will keep the conversation moving. Also, change topics as many times as you like, this gets more reactions out of a person. This is Jessica Claire, with New York Dating Coach. This video from http://www.demandmedia.com/ This video from http://www.demandmedia.com/