Why women shouldn't let the rules of attraction get them down.
Ready to give up on dating after your last relationship fiasco? Not so fast. Keep reading to learn why, as Churchill said, you should "never never never quit!"
As a general rule of thumb I feel it’s pretty safe to say that human beings enjoy a wide array of “stuff.” From the newest electronic gizmos to frozen pies, we are creatures of comfort who are also partial to picturesque living environments and holidays. But to what extreme will people go to acquire belongings or to create an exquisite lifestyle where relaxing for a week at a ritzy five-star resort becomes a life norm? I had a situation recently where a man with a fabulous job asked me out. Other than the fact that he was no George Clooney look-alike and was wearing expensive leather dress shoes in humid, 80 degree weather with no socks, he seemed like a decent man. And, based on his high-level title with a well-known corporation, I’d be willing to take a suckers’ bet that the night would be filled with VIP perks. Sucker-bet aside, in reality I was more enticed to go out with him for the possible “perks” rather than romance and his potentially smelly and sweaty feet.
Smart daters know when to compromise. Those who never compromise will always remain single. Discuss.
Evan Marc Katz gives advice to a single woman over the age of 65, who can't find an eligible bachelor in her age range to date.
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“My, what a long arm you have!” and other drawbacks of taking your own #dating profile picture.
As spring quickly turns to summer, the warm weather becomes a haven for people to mingle, laugh and enjoy time together outdoors. For those who are looking to meet someone, this also opens up a variety of options for fun, impressive date ideas. There’s a natural “feel-good” reaction when the sun comes out. Maybe this is the reason that so many marriages take place during the summer months.
One woman asks where her relationship is going. The guy she's dating called her "fun." Is he not interested in being more than friends?