No one said relationships were easy. But there are definitely ways you can enhance your relationship and keep the fireworks you felt when you first met. Here are some simple tips to make sparks fly over the upcoming holiday -- and every other night! 1. Make some “you” time.
People ask me all the time for dating tips and advice, and I definitely have some current favorites. Whether you’re back on the dating scene after a divorce/difficult breakup/death of a spouse; whether you were plain old dumped and are afraid to have your heart broken again; are a single parent; are intimidated by online dating; wouldn’t know where to start or even what to say if you saw someone you liked; or are simply starting over, try these twelve tips on for size.
As if losing your job doesn't suck enough, a recent survey conducted by online dating site It's Just Lunch found that 75 percent of women wouldn't even go on a date with an unemployed man.
Independence Day is one of the biggest celebrations of the summer, and it's just around the corner! If you are not independent, so to speak, it is also the perfect day to do something romantic with your significant other. Here are 10 spectacular, dazzling date ideas that will make both of your hearts go boom.
As someone who's in a new relationship, I'm a firm believer in the so-called "honeymoon stage": when every date feels like the first, every kiss gives you butterflies and everything seems perfect. But I've been warned that life after the honeymoon stage isn't always a picnic, especially when it comes to keeping things creative.
Details on potential dates, current boyfriends and their pesky ex-girlfriends are all readily available via the convenient Information Super-Highway, but Googling someone might not be as anonymous as you think.
Personally, I always knew that you could tell a whole lot about a person by just looking at their shoes. Dirty, beat-up Vans? Not dating that guy, or even touching him with any sort of length of pole. I'm glad that what I always knew has now finally been proven by science.
Your decision to remain celibate is based on your own, personal, selfish desire to meet the man of your dreams and avoid getting hurt. You want the rewards of a relationship without the collateral damage, and you are using your body – instead of your brain – as a bargaining tool.
Have you been sitting at home on Friday night, petting your pooch, eating a bag of veggie chips and crying over a sappy chick flick? Are you wondering if you should try online dating? If so, it's time for a change. Here are three great reasons to look for men online.
One of the many services I offer to my clients is a monthly conference call. During one of these recent calls, we discussed money and dating, but more specifically, how income levels affect dating practices. Money really helps determine what you can do on a date. Someone with a solid income will probably be more willing and able to spend a greater amount of money than someone who is trying to get on solid financial footing. 5 Signs You Are A Dating Snob
You haven't just been slow-faded. You've been Houdini-ed. But hey, at least you're not letting it get you down, right Crazy Eyes? And you're definitely not about to text them again just to make sure they got your last few calls and text messages since, you know, your phone has been acting kind of weird all week? After all, you're keeping the following in mind…
Psychologists at the University of South Brittany in France studied a group of 120 males (ages 18-21). The men were shown a 20-year-old woman (wearing different colored t-shirts) and asked to rate her attractiveness and how likely she would have sex on a first date.
In case you didn't know, this Saturday is Cinco de Mayo, which celebrates the victory of Mexican soldiers over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. Although it's only celebrated regionally in Mexico, pretty much everyone in the U.S. uses it as an excuse to make margaritas and tacos and party down.
Imagine after several months of waiting on the crush you have been eyeing at the gym for the last 6 months to ask you out, you finally have the conversation with him that leads to that long awaited date invite. You spend several hours looking for the right “date outfit,” getting your hair, nails and toes manicured and applying just the right amount of makeup to make you look like a movie star, only to receive a text from your date, an hour before the date that he cannot make it.