I had been single for a while when I decided to have a coaching session with Lape. During the session, she gave me some tips which I practiced. Within a month, I was happier and found that I was attracting amazing men. Today, I’m in a happy relationship. I’m so glad I had that session with Lape.
A while ago, I was in an unhealthy relationship with an unavailable guy. I saw this man as my saviour. I knew I had to stop seeing him but I was afraid of putting a stop to it because I felt my world would end if I stopped seeing him. One day I was going through Twitter and came across this book by Lape Soetan titled ‘How to be a Single Woman in your 30s in Lagos’ so I sent her an email that I would like to talk to her. I never knew she would reply because I have tried mailing bloggers in this field in the past and have been ignored.
To my surprise Lape replied and then we started talking. I narrated my story to her and unlike other people who would throw me a pity party, this amazing young woman told me practical things to do and from there she has been taking me through classes via the phone and social media. Today, I’m happy. I’m still a work in progress but I have put an end to the relationship and am doing better. I’m now even looking forward to working with her to help other ladies out there going through the same thing.
Lape Soetan isn’t just a coach, she’s a friendly and humble person who is ever ready to listen to you and isn’t judgmental. I felt elated after our session.
My coaching sessions with Lape have been useful. They opened my eyes to things that I didn’t even know were important.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT MY BOOKS
Happiness Handbook for the Single Lady
This book is so on point. It spoke to me right away. Keep up the good work!
7 Steps to Meeting the One
How to be a single woman in your 30s in Lagos.
Short, precise and very smart. Really worth my time and money.
–Seyi Ogunjobi OluOla
It’s a good write-up. Being single is not a curse though the Nigerian society tends to discriminate directly or indirectly making it seem like being married is the ultimate. Well done.
The honesty of the book makes it applicable to both men and women, great work!
Refreshing and witty. Well done.
Definitely a must read for every single girl in her late 20s or 30s in Lagos, Nigeria, UK, USA, everywhere. I like how Lape opens up and lets us see her in this book. It comes from her experiences and it clicks. The only thing I wish is that it wasn’t so bloody short. I am married but yet I wanted to read more. I wanted the book to go on.
Nice, short, simple and straight to the point. Loved the flowing style of your book. Well done.