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First Date Don’ts-Especially the Sex Question

First Date Don’ts-Especially the Sex Question

We all know by now, the key to acing a first date is to be yourself.  But what about what NOT to do? DON’T Talk on your cell phone!  Don’t check to see if you have a new text.  Don’t check to see whose call you just missed.  Don’t check the time –buy a watch!  Don't talk about having sex on the first date.

Financial Infidelity: 7 Hints He's Lying About Money [EXPERT]
Hey big spender, what's that in your pocket?

Financial Infidelity: 7 Hints He's Lying About Money

When it comes to financial matters, is your husband being totally upfront with you? Financial infidelity can be just as devastating to a relationship as emotional or sexual infidelity. Don't let your relationship fall victim to this deadly threat. Here are some signs that suggest that — when it comes to his spending and saving habits — he may be hiding something from you.

Can you find a serious love relationship on Facebook?

Can you find a serious love relationship on Facebook?

The past two weeks I have been steeped in learning about social networking. I am curious about if couples who have met on Facebook. This is the most obvious site for this kind of activity. Will online internet dating sites become pase? Facebook has been described as a big cocktail party. You meet someone through others. So social networking is just an extension of your circle of friends and colleagues. So this is my relationship questions: how can you take advantage of Facebook for when looking for a serious relationship?

What's Love Got to do with Red Flags?

What's Love Got to do with Red Flags?

Definition of Red Flag: 1. A warning of danger or a signal to stop. 2. Noticing that something isn’t quite right with your man but dismissing it because you want to be with him, don’t want to be single, you like him, etc. What Red Flags Mean to Love

Five Great Places To Have Your Second Date

Five Great Places To Have Your Second Date

The key to a good first date is getting to know each other.  What makes him laugh?  What did she study in college?  Where do you see yourself in five years?  But the second date is about seeing how you two would work together.  A restaurant is great for conversation.  For date 2, try one of these fun and fresh locales to see how you two mesh, outside the context of a forced first date.

What to Wear on a First Date

What to Wear on a First Date

1. Cake-free make-up: it’s understandable that you want to look dolled up for your date, but there’s no need to pile it on. The key is to accentuate, not mask. Highlight your cheekbones with some tinted moisturizer and your eyes with some mascara. If you’re feeling bold, take a chance with some bright lipstick.

3 Ways to Check If You’re Ready For A Relationship

3 Ways to Check If You’re Ready For A Relationship

You just met, and you think you’re getting somewhere with someone new.  But before rushing into anything, ask yourself the following questions, before you get ahead of yourself! 1. Are you prepared to keep in touch with a significant other? There’s a fine line between “clingy” and “communicable.” But it’s understood that a certain degree of dependability and communication is necessary for a healthy relationship.

Make the first move...not sex...most of the time

Make the first move...not sex...most of the time

Read this article to find out when you should not make the first move and that includes sex. Women always ask me “When I meet a guy, can I make the first move?” The answer to this question has 2 parts: Part 1: If you know the guy already, then go for it! Make the first move and ask him out! That doesn't mean you have to have sex on the first date. Part 2: If you have never met the guy before, the rules become a little trickier and in certain situations you should absolutely NOT make the first move.

Thriving As A Single-Parent Famiy

Thriving As A Single-Parent Famiy

Most people would agree that family is what makes our lives meaningful, our most valuable resource. Family is multi-dimensional: it’s what we’re born into, develop out of, and continue to create throughout our lifetimes. Family carries on long after we are gone. Because of the increase in the rates of divorce and separation, today’s family often includes children, stepchildren, and half-siblings; husbands, wives, ex-husbands and ex-wives; parents and step-parents; and a host of extended family members including grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and in-laws.