Are you dating someone who seems afraid of making a commitment to your relationship? You've been seeing each for a long time now and it's pretty clear to you that there's more going on than just having casual fun together. But, every time the topic of taking your relationship to the next level comes up, your partner mysteriously disappears.
Single women often despair to their girlfriends that there are no decent men in their area. The chances of that actually being true are virtually impossible. So, where are all the single men hiding?
When I first saw the trailer for Bravo's new docu-series, "Miss Advised," a reality show about three single love and dating experts, I wondered: How can these beautiful, successful women still be single?
Ever find yourself sitting across from someone of the opposite sex and wondering: Who is this person, and what exactly is going on in their head right now?! Well, instead of locking yourself in a padded room and swearing off the opposite sex completely, you should engage in something a drop more enjoyable! You should come and get… DEMYSTIFIED!! ~ An evening of Celebration, Fun, and Uncovering the Deep Mysteries to dating and relationships! https://www.facebook.com/events/250492581717271/ During this evening, we will:
I realize that my past experiences have made me who I am today, but I still wish I could go back in time and have a sisterly chat with poor, clueless, "younger me." I could've written three novels, started a business and hiked the Appalachian Trail with all the wasted time and energy. It's too late for me, but maybe you can learn from what I wish I knew then.
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??
Stand by the MOYD–show yourself approved and leave no doubts that you are the one. When your man, or prospective man, is down on his luck, this is an opportune time to strike; to have his back and show him who you really are. Show him what the “S” on your chest stands for.
I know there is no specific code for this and some women's intuition is better than others, but I am going to give some tips. In the past it was taboo for women to approach men while they are out with their girls. But now more often than not it seems women have been mustering up their confidence to talk to a guy they find attractive. So, how do you know when it's time to walk away? Well, if he is not giving you eye contact and looking around is one good sign.
Let’s talk about sex, baby! You’ve all heard the song “Let’s Talk about Sex” by Salt-n- Pepa, right? Well, let’s do. A dear lady friend of mine gave an excellent definition of horniness. She described horniness as the desire to merge spiritually with another. Your desire to feel and experience new energies is constant. We often call this lust. However, our bodies are naturally, constantly creating energy.
Dear Nina: I listen to your podcasts and I have read and refer back to Temptations of the Single Girl quite a bit! I became acquainted with a man at my new gym. He happened to be an employee there, selected to evaluate me for a personal fitness consultation.
Dating game can be discouraging and tiresome. It can be so stressful that you forget that you are a happy woman just because. Here is a little article to give you a friendly pat on the shoulder, because you are happy already! You will have someone significant very soon, meanwhile you can celebrate:
A friend's status post on Facebook today inquired opinions on the idea of couples who jointly obtain social networking accounts. The world has gone beyond the presence of shared banking, to proving yourself trustworthy only if by agreeing to shared online profiles. Of course there will be defenders for and against the option. So far, I've only witnessed married folks participating in this action, and I say, to each his own.
By Sujeiry Gonzalez, Author of Love Trips: A Collection of Relationship Stumbles, for GalTime For many women, the first week after a breakup goes a little something like this: Hide under the covers. Sob uncontrollably while watching reruns of "Sex and the City." Play "I Will Survive" to feel empowered. Sob uncontrollably because Aretha Franklin has a man, while you are single again. Talk to your girlfriends and feel better. Take a shower. Sob uncontrollably in the shower. Repeat sequence.
We all get nervous on first dates; it's a natural part of the dating process. However, you can avoid the three most fatal dating mistakes, which will help set the stage for successful dating experiences in the future. Avoiding these three mistakes will make your date smile wider, laugh harder, and keep him/her wanting you more and more.
When I use the words "men" and "rebound" in the same sentence, male minds might quickly conjure up thoughts of their favorite NBA teams. Women, however, understand that I am addressing the phenomenon of rushing into a new relationship after the dissolution of an old one. And while men aren't the only ones guilty of this relationship ricochet, they are, by far, the most-likely to engage in this particular type of reactionary behavior.