By Julie Robinson Robyn met Curt the old fashioned way—he saw her profile, emailed her, asked her out, and promptly seduced her into bed with him. According to Robyn, things were moving along swimmingly. They had “amazing” chemistry, he was a good listener, and he was sufficiently attentive. She liked it that he texted her a couple of times each day just to check in. It was sweet. He was charming. The sex was hot. So, what’s the dilemma?
DATING ADVICE AND TIPS
We have all been there and we have all had that awkward moment looking at our phones and the door wishing you were going through it at that exact moment and saying goodbye to this person and never seeing them ever again in your life. I am talking about the worst date ever! I was recently on a date that mirrored this exact situation and I was praying that my phone would ring and I could tell anyone even a telemarketer that they have saved me from this person and I would love them forever if they just stayed on the phone with me while I went through the spiel of the "family emergency&
If you are single and dating, you might understand what it's like to kiss a few frogs. If you're looking for love sometimes, you've got to kiss more than a few. I understand; I've kissed more than my share of men who didn't kiss like real men. They kissed like lizards and bologna sandwiches, metaphorically speaking. So, lets hop to it and get this bad kissing party started. Then we need to get our dating calendar and fill it will men who are great kissers!
Since the announcement last week, many people are speculating about what made Katie Holmes file for divorce from Tom Cruise. She appeared to have everything a girl could dream of: an amazing career, a devilishly handsome husband, a beautiful daughter and more money than a person could spend in a lifetime. What was Katie's deciding factor? Here are two possible answers.
One New Years Eve my cousin and I went to our favorite spot, Tiffany’s, a rather “happening” club in 1980's Washington, DC where we’d always met our share of interesting men and had numerous nights of fun. Our hair was styled perfectly and in an attempt to snag our future husbands (Oh, God, please!), we had blown our paychecks on designer fashions. We were, in essence, two fine, irresistible women.
Are you dateable or mateable? You'll love dating when you identify your dating goals and honor them as you choose the best people to date. Let's walk you through the process. What are your dating goals? How do they help you choose your best dates? If you seek instant intimacy in a casual fling, then your best date will share these goals and will not expect a serious relationship to develop. You are dateable, not mateable, unless your dating goals change. If you seek a healthy, happy relationship with lasting love, you are mateable.
I recently got together with a friend from high school. She found me on Facebook, we chatted and then decided to have lunch. Her fiance joined us for part of our reunion lunch, and I learned something very interesting from him that I want to share with all of you. All men need these three things from women in order to have a good relationship: 1. Appreciation. 2. Acknowledgement. 3. Affection.
You are out with your friends and you meet a guy and of course you give him your phone number and he gives you his. Now, with this day and age of texting, LinkedIn, and Facebook it is hard to imagine a guy taking more than a day to contact you, but be patient! Do not under any circumstances contact him FIRST! Men like to have the upper hand no matter what the relationship books tells you on how it's ok for women to contact men don't do it!
Read this article to find out how to eat on the first date. The first date experience is awkward and nerve racking to begin with, but when out on a dinner date, certain foods can only make the situation more awkward and uncomfortable. To save you from any messy mishaps, I have compiled a list of things to avoid eating
I was mid-air in the middle of a cavern underneath the ground that is bigger than the Statue of Liberty (165 feet tall). Stalactites and stalagmites surrounded me, lit up by strategically placed lights in an otherwise dark space. Hanging by what seemed a thread (but was really a solid harness, ropes, and carabiners), I was sweating in the cool and damp cave.
Bring on summertime! It's time for cookouts, beach trips, swimming, volleyball, parties on the patio and much much more. For some singles, it's also time for a summer fling. With the heat of summer can easily come the heat of romance. Look for these five crucial signs to tell if this fling is most likely something more.
I have been asked many times why I am single and if I ever think I will find "The One". My answer always remains the same. I would rather be happy alone than be unhappy with someone who isn't right for me. I see my friends in relationships or faux relationships hoping and praying it will change and it will work out even though for months they have been questioning if that person is the one for them. In my mind you shouldn't have to question it.
You say you want your soulmate. You say it’s time. You say you’re ready. But what if your soulmate showed up in 5 minutes from now with no warning? What if he just knocked on your door? Would you be ready for him? Or would you tell him to come back later, because you need to lose that last 10 pounds, or to wait until you get your business more successful… or to buy your own home first??
Kissing seems like it would be one of those instinctive things humans do — like yawning, stretching or scratching. After all, what is the big deal about two pairs of lips locking together? However, some kisses can be relationship-ending turnoffs. So, let's go over the basic steps of kissing.