Are you sick of playing games with your dates? Well, throw away the rule book and you will weed out all the Mr. Wrongs and find love with Mr. Right.
We've heard for centuries that women crave commitment but is it possible for modern women to enjoy the chase as much as men?
It's chemistry! Conventional wisdom tells us that opposites attract but could it be that complimentary personalities attract instead? Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil dispenses relationship advice based on which personalities mesh and which clash.
Do you have crazy trust issues? When you're out on a date with your partner, does he often get whiplash from your mood swings? If you find that you are constantly being visited by the green eyed monster, it's more than possible that you are playing a hand in wrecking your own relationship.
When it comes to dating, there are just certain things that should not be mentioned in the beginning - especially on a first date. Your list of medications? Skip that convo. Childhood abuse? The first date is not the time for that talk.
Alice and Timmy seem to have the perfect life BUT their TV habits and tastes are not in alignment. And it's tearing their relationship apart. Watch as these two lovable 1950s characters manage their DVR space, taste in programs and SPOILER alerts. Maybe TiVo can keep Alice and Timmy from getting a one-way ticket to Splitsville.
In the interest of being honest and open, we sometimes share a little too much with our new partners. Are your past relationship traumas making you emotionally unavailable? Do you place unfair expectations on your new beau? Learn how to store and unpack your baggage with grace.
One of the things that people who are single tend to believe is that something is wrong with them. Media put an idea out that if you are single than you are not wanted by anyone, but that’s not true at all. Despite what conventional love advice may say, being single doesn’t mean that there is something wrong with you — Or that you're going to be "forever alone".
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?