RD&T TV Network Interview with Treva Brandon Scharf, Fitness Pro and Dating Coach at Treva Brandon Scharf. Treva gives an open and honest account of everything she learned during her decades of dating trials and tribulations. This story has a happy ending. Learn how the “Late Blooming Bride” transformed her life and how she can help you do the same.
Treva Brandon Scharf is a writer, dating coach, and fitness professional. With over 35 years in the fitness industry, and 50 years in the singles world, Treva helps people achieve peak performance in both life and love.
As a first-time bride at 50, Treva writes about finding love later in life at her blog, The Late Blooming Bride www.thelatebloomingbride.com. She’s also a dating advice contributor at Huffington Post, Hollywood Progressive, Midlife Boulevard, Curves Connect, and BetterAfter50.
She currently hosts the internet radio show, DONE BEING SINGLE on VoiceAmerica Network, with her husband, Robby Scharf.
Wow, this woman GETS the process and has LIVED the process of what it takes to being DONE being single! She understands what we put into our inner growth is what we get out of the relationship we manifest. She gets that holding on with a death grip is the surest way to push love away. She gets that it’s NEVER too late for love and that the most important person to love is always ourselves.
I had the pleasure of being on their Podcast Done Being Single so having Treva on so vulnerably and prolifically was such a treat. She’s earned her wisdom, she earned her amazing man Robby… not ‘earned’ like worked her ass off… ‘earned’ like through courageous surrender, to letting go of needing marriage to be enough, by keeping to her own truth and standards of her heart, by basically marrying herSELF and then VOILA! Mr. Robby appeared! You will LOVE this inspiring conversation especially if you’re over 50 and single… this could be a game changer.
Why does it take so long for some of us to find The One? They say “timing is everything” but is that always the case? Or do some of us need to work through our “issues” before love will come our way? For Treva Brandon Scharf, getting married at age 50 revamped not only her love life, but her career identity as well. Her blog, The Late Blooming Bride, garnered her a book deal and radio show! We discuss these questions with Chip Gregory, my producer and late blooming groom, and share the challenges—and benefits!—of meeting The One with a few years under your belt.