SAN FRANCISCO, CA, December 15, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Author Susan Bradley is the Keynote Speaker at the 2014 Singles Convention, Saturday, December 28, 2013, 7:30pm, at the Marriott Hotel, 1770 S Amphlett Blvd, San Mateo CA. Her topic is "Finding Love in 2014." A Pre-New Years Eve party follows, featuring dancing to current hits and oldies. Attendees will be able to celebrate 2014 a few days early, with New Years Eve hats, horns, and blowers.
"The #1 New Years Resolution singles have each year is to find a loving partner," says Ms. Bradley. "The key to a happy relationship is that it be drama-free. Unfortunately, many singles are addicted to drama and repeatedly choose romantic partners with one or more of the 10 Different Types of Drama:
1. Family Drama
2. Addiction Drama
3. Health Drama
4. Relationship Drama
5. Financial Drama
6. Childhood Drama
7. Disaster Drama
8. Mental Health Drama
9. Death Drama
10. Career Drama"
Susan Bradley is the author of How to Be Irresistible to the Opposite Sex, Irresistible Prescriptions for Love, and the forthcoming I Know Why You Are Still Single. Her enlightening and entertaining advice has been featured by CNN, Montel, HardCopy, Good Day New York, Cosmopolitan, YM Magazine, Complete Woman Magazine, London's Take a Break, and dozens of other newspapers, radio, and TV shows. Susan Bradley is available to the news media for interviews by calling 831/238-6111. Her website is http://www.MyDramaFreeRelationship.com.
The Convention is sponsored by The Society of Single Professionals, the world's largest non-profit singles organization. Adults of all ages are invited to attend. Coat & tie/dressy attire are recommended. The cost is $20/door. Anyone wishing more information about this and many more events for singles may visit http://www.ThePartyHotline.com or call 415/507-9962.
The Society of Single Professionals is the world's largest non-profit singles organization, organizing over 75 events each year in the San Francisco Bay Area and also worldwide.
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