12 Must Know Dating Tips for Single Parents As a single parent, you probably have so little free time that dating seems an impossible task. Yet, single parents are dating in unprecedented numbers, so if you're looking for another “head of household” to date, you'll find one.
Let's strip you of everything you've ever thought about dating a short guy and set the record straight. Right. Now.
If you really like someone you'll want to talk about everything under the sun together. But our dating expert explains what conversation dos and don'ts you should follow for the first few dates. Hint: keep it light!
We've all been guilty of a little accidental oversharing on a first date, but these are some one-liners you should never utter to the one you love. Plus, what are some seriously sneaky red flags when it comes to dating? It's all in our weekly roundup of love, sex and relationship news!
Dating coach Dr. Tina Tessina offers singles an empowering set of tips to finding true love. The tips apply to all ages and will help you determine whether you want a relationship or if you still need to grow. Read on to learn the tips and to see if you're ready for true love!
Dating coach Dr. Tina Tessina understands dating is hard but she offers five easy tips that make it less so. With simple tips like paying attention and being aware of your sexual safety, you're sure to make the most of your dates, even if they don't all lead to a relationship.
Superficial and surface level relationships may be easy, but are they satisfying? This expert explains why charisma and over-confidence can actually be a sign of insecurity — and how you can tap into a real, lasting love.
If you're a workaholic, it's tempting to ignore one of the biggest dating tips of all: never date a co-worker! But trust us: it's just not a good idea. Here, 4 indisputable reasons to just say no to an office romance.
The first date goes really well and you end up talking for hours ... cut to three days later and you haven't heard from him. What gives?!
So you've met a guy and you think he's the one. Only the first date will tell but if your intuitions are right, you're going to want to secure that second date.
As cliché as it sounds, being yourself is probably the best way to ensure you not only have a good time on a first date, but also get a second date, too. That said, there are a few dos and don'ts to keep in mind when hanging out with someone totally new — remember, it's all about making a solid first impression. Read on for first date dos and don'ts that everyone should know!
Charles J. Orlando knows women and he's committed to making them realize their self-worth. As a bestselling author and expert on YourTango, he's spent the last ten years connecting with thousands of people to answer this key question: What do women and men truly want from their significant others in a long-term relationship? Here are some of his best answers in the form of ecards!
Dear Dr. Romance For many many years, i have been the income earner for our 4 kids and my wife while she was home raising the kids. Day in day out I was working sometimes three jobs. I got into a career that took 10-15 hrs per day for the first three years - the money was great and I thought everything was going awesome especially since everyone was enjoying spending my money on lavish things.