Matchmaker Hellen Chen may have found the secret to marriage: Imagine if the good stuff wasn't the appetizer, but the main meal. Think of how differently your romantic life would be if you could enjoy all the sexy fun of dating without wondering "where this is going" — because you're already there.
This week for our Dinner For Two series, we're serving up a mouthwatering menu to celebrate the coming of spring, featuring a recipe for pan-seared scallops with chimichurri by Cooking Channel's Kelsey Nixon, a fresh lettuce appetizer sprinkled with edible spring blossoms, a green chartreuse cocktail (made with 130 herbs, plants and flowers), and citrusy lemon-rosemary custards.
There's nothing sexier than a girl with confidence, so why not let that shine when trying to find a match online? We have 7 apps for you that are guaranteed to make you stand out.
This week for our Dinner For Two series, we're serving up a mouthwatering menu to celebrate St. Patrick's Day next week featuring cabbage-topped corned beef sliders and an ooey-gooey Guinness mac and cheese. Add a bread pudding with Bailey's chocolate ganache and a creamy Irish coffee martini, and you've got yourselves one sexy meal!
Last week, a new Time magazine Facebook app sent women into an uproar by daring to suggest when they "should" be getting married. The app purports to mine the Facebook data of you and your friends and plug that information into handy graph that tells you, meddling mom-style, when you should get (or should have gotten) married. But like any good wake-up call—even an intrusive app that is trying to troll single women and scare them into submission—will make sure you're spending your time wisely.
Somewhere along the line, the concept of couples' massage has been, shall we say, mishandled. Far from a cursory back rub or 50-yard-dash to getting it on, real couples massage is an art.
Learning to recognize a guy's cues sooner rather than later can be one of the most important skills in your dating arsenal. Here's how to speak his language.
We're serving up a mouthwatering array of dishes that are sure to impress your date — all of which are sneakily flavored with aphrodisiac ingredients. This week's menu features a healthy twist: Thai salmon sliders, baked fries, and lemon and ginger bars, plus a skinny cocktail recipe!
It's been seven years since the publication of the wildly popular self-help book 'The Secret'. The principle at the book's core—the Law of Attraction—still holds many under its Vulcan mind-meld grip. I can see why: Who wouldn't want to believe that all you have to do is think the right thoughts and the love of your dreams will find you? But key premises of the Law of Attraction can do you more harm than good in the search for love and partnership. Here's why.
His demeaning tone and need for togetherness may be red flags for abuse. Read on for seemingly normal behaviors that could signal you (or a friend) is in an abusive relationship.
Deciding whether or not the person you're crushing on is off limits can be a question you don't want to answer. We've created a flowchart to help.
Read real text messages from online daters. They're over-eager, obnoxious and some are downright creepy!
Do you use your real e-mail address when registering for online dating sites? Do you give your phone number to people you meet online? Take these 5 precautions for safer online dating.
Kevin Leland was looking for love on the online dating site OkCupid when he met Christine Billis, a woman who confessed to murder within their second phone conversation. What happened next? Not what you'd expect.
We shared a mutual attraction, the same sense of humor. But as I imagined a future with him, he lived for instant gratification. He wasn't open to falling in love. He was just passing through. And you know what? I wasn't falling in love with him either. I was simply in love with the idea of love. And that's a dangerous trap.