Singles are made to believe that there's something wrong with them, but Stefanie Safran of Stef and the City, and Mandy Hale, author of "The Single Woman," disagree.
ADVICE FOR SINGLES
Meeting other singles can be hard, but luckily summertime is the perfect season to go out and enjoy yourself. And who knows? You just might meet someone interesting along the way.
Be it the way you dress yourself or the way you act, it’s all about making an impression. Sometimes, in order to make an impression that is lasting, it could be by doing something extra ordinary or something very small and genuine which will capture his or her heart instantly. If you want to sustain that first glance for a little extra moment, you need to really work on your appearance, demeanor, body language, mannerisms and of course the way in which you dress. Here are some classic ways that could be helpful in making that lasting impression while on a date:
Here's a few tips to consider when dating online: •Avoid sharing your real name, email address, place of work, address, phone number or other identifying information while you are emailing or chatting until you are completely comfortable. •Trust your instincts and immediately stop communicating with anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable or apprehensive.
Meet Men. Top 11 Super Bowl Facts For Single Women [EXPERT} Even for you singles who are not so sporty, you can still find inspiration from football and the men who enjoy it. You can ohhh and aww at the player’s athletic ability, or their good looks and big muscles. I’m not a sports fanatic, but I watched the Steelers play the Giants a couple months back and I was amazed with these all American heroes and the things they could do with their bodies and a ball.
There is no doubt that messaging and email are becoming a second language. Capitalized words express enthusiasm or anger, multiple exclamation points translate to sheer excitement and emoticons provide the facial expression that can’t be provided by words alone. Even a simple question mark has as much meaning in a text message as a twenty word reply. Full conversations can be had simply by typing rather than speaking.
During the holidays, it can be a challenging time for fun loving singles looking for love. When invitations to work parties, friend’s gatherings and cookie exchanges call for an RSVP Plus One, it may be a reminder that you are not coupled up during the merriest of seasons.
If you are like me, you probably keep a pretty tight schedule. Work, family, friends and dealing with life’s little crises can occupy a lot of your time. Before you know it, you realize that there’s something missing… Your love life has been pushed to the backburner and has pretty much become non-existent.
by Cathy Holloway Hill, for GalTime.com Have you convinced yourself that you will never be successful? You probably wonder why I would ask such a ridiculous question. I ask this because you could be unknowingly self-sabotaging your success every day if you tell yourself lies. Self-lies are the catalyst for self-sabotaging, self-defeating behavior and it happens every day to everyone at one point or another in our lives. The problem is that we don’t recognize and therefore we can&
I know how hard it can be to find love with a good man. I understand when women complain to me that the men out there are terrible. All the good ones are taken. And what's left are scary monsters like Frankenstein – OK I've got Halloween on my mind.
By Terri Trespicio, for GalTime.com do you see a ring on this finger? There is a great myth out there being sold wholesale to single people: You're incomplete if you do not have a partner. There's also the time sensitive version: You're incomplete--and a failure--if you do not have a partner by age X. I've got news for you, people. This is complete and utter bullshit.
Yes, it's normal to have sex before marriage, meaning that almost everyone does it. After all, there are few things more tempting than the urge to make love with the new guy you're falling madly in love with. But is it healthy?
I remember being a single girl and receiving an invitation to a wedding, knowing mostly couples would attend. As much as I would look on the positive side and think 'I might meet Mr. Right there' (because that was always in the back of my mind), the reality was that my married friends would all have each other, and I would once again feel like the lonely fifth wheel.