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The Short Version: Many women will quickly commit to a man and build their lives around him only to find out soon after that he’s not an ideal partner. Dating and Relationship Coach Stacii Jae Johnson understands that feeling and offers a way out of that cycle. She strives to help women understand why they continue to fall into the same traps and prepares them to find the love of their lives. Stacii also encourages single women to challenge themselves, date multiple men, and never settle for less than they desire.
The 1 Million Single Women Challenge is a pledge to never settle when accepting love into your life, which can help ensure a woman finds a man who deserves her. Dating and Relationship Coach Stacii Jae Johnson encourages single women to take part in the pledge because it can help them build confidence and dispel any negative stigma attached to being a single woman
The United States is home to more than 110 million singles, and a majority — 53% — are women. Those women are markedly healthier than their married counterparts — with lower BMIs, smaller waist sizes, and lower rates of tobacco and alcohol use. But, even as single women may be physically healthier, Stacii has found many clients who carry an emotional void.
Those women are often independent and successful, but they’re also plagued with a long line of failed relationships and a concern about their future romantic success. Sometimes, Stacii said, those emotions go as far back as when they were young women first learning about love.
“I realized that I inherited love stories that I no longer wanted controlling my life,” Stacii Jae wrote in a recent blog. “I know now that my happiness is important, and a feeling of being unfulfilled in a relationship is not normal. My mom said that good girls date one guy at a time, but I have learned that smart single girls date multiple guys (with no intimacy) at a time until one shows himself deserving of her.”
That’s the message that Stacii Jae shares with the world through a variety of channels, including in-person coaching sessions, books, her podcast, and many media appearances.
Many dating coaches will advise singles on how to dress, where to go to find other singles, and what to say when they first meet a potential partner. While those can be important facets of coaching, those areas are more likely the symptoms of failed relationships, not the underlying causes. Stacii Jae is more interested in helping her clients end the cycle of finding and dating the wrong people.
“I want people to see a difference in themselves after a coaching session,” she said. “I want the work that I do in their lives to help them heal from the inside out. That is the only way to have effective change.”
To accomplish those goals, she works individually with women — and men. She also wrote, “Date, Girl! 143 Reasons Why I Believe Women Should Date Multiple Men” to help women overcome some of the stigmas of dating. The book, which has an accompanying workbook, is filled with — often humorous — stories from Stacii Jae’s journey and is designed to inspire women to never settle for anything less than what they desire.
Of course, that doesn’t mean women should be intimate with all of the men they’re dating. Instead, the goal is to stop waiting patiently for Mr. Right — or putting on rose-colored glasses when the frog pretends to be a prince. Instead, women should spend their energy loving, respecting, honoring, and empowering themselves.
Last year, her book sold out within 48 hours at the 2018 Essence Festival, where Stacii Jae hosted shows on the conference’s Lifestyle Experience stage.
Another way that Stacii Jae helps single women is through a program that offers coaching for $1 a minute. That is a substantial deviation from her typical client contracts and aimed at making her services more accessible. It all started when she received a direct message from a follower on her Instagram account — @JustDateGirl. The follower needed help, but couldn’t afford a session.
“It made me think back to why I got in the business of love in the first place: my mom, who was married five times. She loved love, but she did not have the tools to attract and keep healthy love,” Stacii Jae said. “That message made me ask myself, ‘Could my mom afford my prices?’ And the answer was no.”
So Stacii Jae added the service to achieve her goal of helping as many people as possible — which includes the 1 Million Single Women Challenge. And creating a way to make relationship coaching affordable made sense. Women and men can sign up online for phone sessions. International clients can chat with Stacii Jae on WhatsApp.
Clients can pay $30 for a single 30-minute session, or they can buy a bundle of six coaching sessions. Stacii Jae said that bundles are the best option because they offer consistency, which is necessary to ignite long-lasting change in a person’s life.
“The bundles allow me to align with how the person has made choices in their relationships over time,” she said. “The more aligned I am, the more I can help them customize a process of change.”
Stacii is projecting even more success in 2020 than she saw in 2019. She’s finalizing plans for more television appearances and will conduct master classes through social media. The master classes will include live question-and-answer sessions, as well as two-hour subject-focused sessions that will be streamed live on Crowdcast. Those interested can enroll in a future session.
For single women who want to learn more, while also getting a change of scenery, Stacii has started organizing both international and small-group adventures. Called the “Let’s Talk About Love Travel Series,” Stacii has an itinerary planned for Miami in April, as well as a trip to London later in 2020. The details are available on her dedicated website JustTravelGirl.com.
“Spiritually, as a coach and healer, I want to touch the lives of as many people as I can who want to see a positive change in 2020,” she said. “I want to help them get excited about love again.”
Stacii continues to look for more ways to connect because she said she understands that so many people are in pain after years of heartbreak. While that pain and disappointment are real, she said one of her gifts is helping people work through them to find fullness — in their mind, body, and soul.