I help Christian “nice girls” in their 30’s and 40’s create balance, authenticity and movement in dating so they can have the love life they really want.

Jeanie Tillman,  CPC, EL MP, MBA, BS

Jeanie Tillman, CPC, EL MP, MBA, BS

You've been told you're big-hearted, sweet or a “nice Christian girl.” These are great qualities! Unless...

...they’re getting in the way of the love life you want.

Do you tend to focus on your partner and not get your own needs met in relationships? Maybe you have a history giving 110 percent while he’s not that “into it.”

You’re big-hearted and don’t mind putting a lot of energy into a person or relationship. You want to see your partner succeed, be happy, and ease their burden. After all, isn’t this what your Christian upbringing taught you? To put others’ needs ahead of your own...?

Yet, as the relationship progresses you start feeling a little…resentful. When did the relationship start revolving around him anyway?

Or, maybe you put yourself, and your love life, last. Which might mean you settle with what comes along, leaving you with disappointing results. You might have “made it work” in the past but there was no life in the relationship.

Or maybe haven't dated much, or haven't taken the effort to meet new men (and maybe scared silly to even try).

Now, there's nothing wrong with being single. Some make it their life choice (to the complete astonishment of many Christians who want to see singles everywhere married).


… If you're tired of less-than-satisfying results or a non-existent dating life, and want another option, you're at the right place.

You might be:

  • Tired of dating men you’re not thrilled about

  • Giving without a second thought, to later feel resentful and drained

  • Struggling to understand what you want

  • Attracting the wrong guys

  • Doubting that any good men are left

  • Trying so hard without seeing results

  • Doubting yourself at every turn and wondering if you’re doing things right

  • Lacking direction in dating

  • Uncomfortable stating your needs in dating (you don’t want to seem high-maintenance or demanding)

What if, instead you could:

  • Feel like you’re getting as much as you’re giving in a relationship

  • Have confidence in the dating choices you make

  • Maintain your energy in dating

  • Feel excited about the man you’re dating, and know he cares for you

  • Feel balance and peace in dating

  • Say goodbye to settling

  • Feel like you’re dating your way

  • Get better results while exerting less effort

  • Waste less time

You’re big-hearted, intelligent, and fun. So why do you keep getting less than you want in dating?

As a “nice” woman you have so much going for you and I don’t want you, wonderful woman, to sacrifice in your love life. I want to help you get in touch with your voice and desires, so you can find a man that excites you and bring peace and balance into your relationships.

Before coaching with Jeanie, I gave without expecting much in return, now I look to get as much as I give in dating relationships— knowing that I deserve it. I am much more confident when going out, and if a date doesn’t like me, that’s ok. Dating is much lighter and fun now! I now stay in the moment and am no longer pinning my hopes on others or waiting to be ‘good enough.’ Not only that but the quality of man I date has increased. I’m dating men who are a better fit for me (talking to eight guys at the moment and I’m just getting started!).—Marie N.

As seen in Best Self Magazine and Elephant Journal