Looking for ways to build your partner's confidence? Read this expert dating coach advice.
Looking for love after divorce? Here are three tips to help as you begin dating after your divorce. 1. Be suspicious if it all seems “too good to be true” – it probably is. If your subconscious, neurotic needs are running the show, it’s fabulous at first and then horrible. If your common sense is running it, it starts out tentative, and grows stronger when you meet the right person. If your friends are worried about this relationship, listen to them.
You're divorced and ready to look for a new love. Here are three tips to help you as you search for a new partner in life. 1. Know the difference between fooling around and building a real relationship. You can mess around with anyone (if you’re careful and have safe sex) but before you bring someone into your life, or share money or living space, remember they’re bringing baggage. Know what’s hidden – what’s not said at the beginning. Their baggage becomes your problem.
Learn what to include in your dating profile, how to meet people on online dating sites, and what to talk about on a first date.
New cell phone apps are claiming they can help you maintain a healthy partnership. But is filling a virtual "love tank" going to make your love go the distance? This relationship expert doesn't think so.
By Kerri Sheehan for CupidsPulse.com Everybody dreads first dates. They’re awkward, uncomfortable, and how many times can you really tell a relative stranger about your life goals? Many people look for that initial spark when on a first date and without that present won’t even consider a second date.
Met someone new that you really like? Dating is full of stops and starts, so make sure you're on the right track by answering these 44 essential questions.
In the throes of a new romance, when dating and getting to know each other are going well, it’s easy to make a big decision from all the energy, or for the wrong reasons. Moving in together for the wrong reasons, or without advance planning, can jeopardize the whole relationship; so do it thoughtfully.
You may know Greg Behrendt as that guy from that thing. Or from his writing on Sex And The City, or a lot of you may know Greg Behrendt as the author of He's Just Not That Into You and It's Called A Breakup Because It's Broken. Well, he's back with a new eBook that he co-authored with his charming, brilliant and gorgeous wife Amiira Ruotola—and it's not about douchebags who dumped you or who won't call you back.
It seems crazy that the contestants on reality dating shows can fall in love so quickly. What's really happening underneath the passion? Are these feelings of romance about a deeper connection or is it all part of the game?
Unlucky in love? Try this dating advice on for size: consider the men who are attracted to you, rather than only pining away for ones who catch your eye! And don't forget to have a conversation before you dismiss them; you could meet a great match.
The number of people looking for love online is increasing, and so is the amount of marriages that result from it! Here are three pieces of online dating advice to maximize your potential of finding lasting happiness.
Having a disorder like trichotillomania is difficult. When it puts a damper on your love life, that can be even harder. This personal development coach shares how to be brave, accept your challenges and communicate openly with your partner. You can find love!
Some women feel perpetually single. Is love just not in their cards, or is there more to it than luck? A panel of dating experts discusses the unique combination of love and playing your cards right.