It's very common for single folks to worry about finding a potential mate to marry. You may wonder, if I don't meet Mr. Right, should I marry my best male friend?
There's no question that breaking up with someone that you thought you were going to be with for a long time can be really hard to handle. Knowing how to move on can seriously help you get over the heartbreak and find love again.
Are you worried that your man doesn't find you attractive anymore? Do you find yourself looking for different ways to turn him on like you used to? In this video, Relationship Coach and YourTango Expert LiYana Silver dishes the secret of what men are most attracted to in a woman. Contrary to popular belief, physical attraction isn't the only aspect that goes into keeping his attention.
Dating and relationships can be tough to navigate. You want to meet the right man for you, but you fear that your high expectations are setting you on a course towards failure and loneliness. Can you truly hold onto what you're looking for in a relationship without driving men away? Is there a way to really "have it all?"
Should you be friends with your ex? It's an age old question, but the answer isn't always so clear. On the one hand, your brain thinks it's an awful idea. On the other hand, your heart doesn't want to completely cut this person out of your life just yet. So what do you do?
Are you unlucky in love? Are you eager to meet Prince Charming? If you've become overly cynical about dating, you might be wondering whether or not it's a smart idea to take a break from dating. Perhaps some time and distance will give you the perspective you need.
While our moms tell stories of formal courtship, dating today is a whole different ballgame. There are no official rules we all abide by, and sometimes, it can be tough to tell where things are headed. If you've been dating someone for a little while without putting labels on your relationship, you may wonder whether it's safe to consider him your significant other — or if maybe he isn't so significant after all.
Common wisdom tells us ladies to make men wait for it. You know, monogamy before intercourse and all that jazz. But is it really true that you shouldn't be physically intimate with a man until you're in a committed relationship with him, or is it ever okay to let your hormones lead the way?
First dates can be pretty daunting. If only there was a way to guarantee success. Fortunately, we have some good news: there might be! In this video, dating coach, matchmaker and YourTango Expert Julianne Cantarella explains how you can be sure that your first dates go as smoothly as possible.
Let's face it, dating can be discouraging ... especially when the men you go out with all seem to disappear after two or three dates. Fortunately, help is on the way. In this video, dating coach, matchmaker and YourTango Expert Julianne Cantarella explains how to understand this all-too-common phenomenon.
If having your heart broken has caused you to put up emotional walls, it can be difficult to open up to a new relationship. Letting someone in is the last thing you want to do when you know it might only end in heartache. In this video, Dating Coach, Matchmaker and YourTango Expert Jasbina Ahluwalia explains how to let your guard down and let love in.
One of the benefits of being a woman is a keen sense of intuition. However, when it comes to dating, is it okay to rely on your gut instinct about a man, even if your sense is he's not relationship material after talking to him for under an hour? In this video, Dating Coach, Matchmaker and YourTango Expert Jasbina Ahluwalia says that in order to determine whether you're too quick to judge the guys you date, you should consider three things.
Dating is hard enough. Add an eating disorder into the mix, and it only gets doubly complicated. In this video, Relationship Expert Janie Lacy offers advice to someone struggling with bulimia who is afraid that her secret eating disorder will stand in the way of her love life.
Do you know exactly what kind of partner you're looking for? While it's almost always wise to know what you want, some experts insist that having a list of criteria for your future mate only sets you up for failure. After all, no one will ever meet every single standard ... or will they?