Still haven't met your dream lover? Guess what? There's a possibility that your soul mate is farther from you than you think...maybe across the states...or even the country. What if this is so? Do you go for it or do you run and hide, settling for the average Joe next door? I think NOT! If this is the case with you, you should know how to make it work. Find love no matter what. Sandy Weiner's article will get you started!
As a psychologist specializing in sexuality and relationships, YourTango expert Anne Stirling Hastings went on the "cheating" dating site Ashley Madison while gathering information for my eBook on online dating. Here's her amazing discovery.
Did OkCupid really come out to support gay rights or their business agenda when they boycotted Mozilla? Can doing both be OK? Dating coach Mary Malia explains why being pro-LGBT is a smart move for the site.
Author and comedian Justin Kelly McClure provides 10 valuable tips for online daters. Want to skip the games and find someone real? Read the tips to learn about creating effective profiles and why you shouldn't meet some potential suitors.
Do you know how to online date the right way? How to meet the right people and avoid the crazies? If you're new to the game, check out these 5 tips to online date like a champ.
You get ready for you date anxiously awaiting to meet your online match. You sashay in the door to meet for coffee. You both smile and sip on your lattes. The conversation is flowing, you are both laughing and things are going just swell, and then, all of the sudden your date says something like this ...
Something I’ve realized recently, is that a lot of women just don’t get how online dating works. I’ve been doing a ton of research and interviews lately about Tinder, Match.com, Zoosk, and a few others. In fact, as we speak I’m creating a brand new program for women all about how to succeed in online dating. It seems women have no idea how to attract men online and it makes no sense. So let me try to help you today.
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.
Of course not all online dating is bad. Depending on the website, it may be easier to meet The One. These of course are not the type of endings that are in these seven stories. Instead these are real stories from people that will definitely make you pause before uploading your new dating profile. You have been warned!
Dear Dr. Romance: I met someone from online and we talked for a nite and we met that nite and one thing led to another and as it turns out he wanted to see me again.2 days later he tells me that hes trying to work this out with his exwife. How do I not go into that situation? This is the second time it's happend to me. Ive never been married and I just got out out of a violent relationship so I don't know what to do? Dear Reader:
Good news! You don't have to rack up a bill in order to find a new beau. According to a new study, dating online is more cost-effective than dating off, so you can kiss the days of making reservations at a bar — or meeting up for drinks — so long.
One of our basic human impulses is to establish a romantic relationship- and may be take it to the next level, fall in love and marry. But in today’s busy world, there are various obstacles that may keep you from meeting the love of your life. For instance- • You may not be in the right mood to meet your perfect partner while you are purchasing your grocery. • You may not like the bar scene • Dating co-workers may be against your company’s policy
There have been studies that broke down what the perfect dating profile looks like, but we have yet to come across someone who has one until now. NYMag.com went to OK Cupid co-founder, Christian Rudder and OKTrends data to find the most desirable singles on OKCupid. One was awesome enough to share her best five online dating tips.
Dreamcliq is a dating site that just launched two weeks ago that takes the traditional online dating profile and turns it on its head: Users of the site create profiles from photos only, creating a constantly evolving inspiration board that, in many ways, resembles one you might see on Pinterest.
New dating sites, like Glimpse, Twine Canvas and Dreamcliq, are mimicking Pinterest and Instagram with image-based profiles. Should we be surprised, or more importantly, upset, that all these new dating sites and apps are popping up that resemble our most beloved social media sites?
Online dating coach & critic Justin Kelly McClure is back with some valuable advice for online daters: Turn off those apps and really think about why you're so addicted to finding love. The answer will surprise you, but it might help you find your next true love!