Sometimes the best way to learn something is by seeing it in practice. As such, I hope the following online dating profile tips will help you. I’ve chosen three excerpts from online dating profiles that I found on two popular dating sites, and I’ve provided a critique of each one.
I once worked with an Art Director with whom I tried to bond by applying all the usual techniques common among humans. If we both liked an activity, I’d say “I like that too.” If she recounted an experience that I had shared as well, I’d say “That happened to me too.” If she had an opinion I agreed with, I’d say “Me too.”
By CupidsPulse.com Kailen Rosenberg is a nationally respected Elite Matchmaker, who has helped many singles and couples find and restore love throughout the years, including celebrities, CEO’s and public figures. She has a gift for bringing you back to the person you really are deep-down inside and helping you to shed the hard-coated exterior that society has forced you to wear. Rosenberg is best described as a “love architect.”
Baseball season is winding down, but there’s a lot couples can learn from the game to help keep their romance alive. In the beginning of a relationship, hardly anybody complains about romance, since you’re still on Cloud 9. And if you don’t know how to keep things flowing, it can eventually start to die down the longer you’re together. Here are five tips to rejuvenate and enhance you and your honey’s relationship and keep it as romantic as possible:
For those of you in a sexual relationship, the way you have sex says a lot. Yes, sex is so intimate and revealing an activity that it has the power to uncover and expose us; literally. Having been in and around the Performing Arts for some years, we have always been told that dance is very revealing. It has the power to strip and expose the dancer so much that whatever a dancer is going through emotionally, is often revealed through his/her dance. The same is true about sex.
Myself and my boyfriend have been together about 2 1/2 years now. I have to say it is going quite well. It has been great so far and we look forward to many more happy years, we are planning on being each others 'rocking chair' partners when we are in our 80's (he is 37, I'm 29).
This is the best advert educating people about domestic violence that I've ever seen. The camera gimmick that changes the picture when it senses somebody looking at it is perfect for this application. I wish I knew more about it, where it came from, who designed it, where it has been displayed, people's reactions, etc. If you know anything, please clue us in.
The Question You’re single. You’d like to be in a relationship. So, what’s the problem? The Myth Well, if you ask around, you’ll get plenty of input as to what you’re doing wrong. Your friends insist you need to “get out there” more. Your mother complains that you’re too picky. Your coworker swears that if you just get online, you’ll meet “The One” in no time
Spending a lazy afternoon at a ball game can be the perfect casual date – and celebrity couples seem to think so, too. Sometimes, celeb sightings at a sporting event can be as entertaining at the game itself. There may even be as much action off the court as there is on it. So the next time you attend a sporting event – whether it be hockey, basketball or baseball – keep your eyes open for the famous duos below:
Cheating. Scandal. Divorce. Too often, celebrity relationships end as a result of one of these unfortunate scenarios. Just this summer, George Clooney and Elisabetta Canalis, J.Lo and Marc Anthony, Derek Jeter and Minka Kelly, and Cameron Diaz and Alex Rodriguez called it quits. Even Buzz Aldrin and his wife of 23 years couldn’t make it last. As celebrity breakups continue to provide headlines for the supermarket tabloids, we are sometimes left wondering, “Does anyone stay together, anymore?”