Don't play too hard to get. The operative word here is "too," don't play "too" hard to get. This is not the 1960s or even the 1980s, where men went after the hardest women to get.
Whoever told you aren't going to meet the guy you're going to marry on the rebound, on vacation, in a bar, at five o'clock in the morning, after a night of debauchery, while dancing on a pool table and telling lies in a pair of ripped jeans and a slutty midriff-baring crop top...Was mother-freaking WRONG.
- DATING ADVICE FROM A SPIRITUAL PERSPECTIVE "Should I date more than one person at a time?" we wonder. "Wouldn't it open up the field if I dated se...
How do you make the most of that all-important first date by having a conversation that balances hope and reality so you don't waste precious time on a relationship that will ultimately go nowhere?
During the premiere of her new visual album Lemonade this past weekend, Beyoncé shared very personal moments between her and her husband, Jay Z. The ...
This Mother's Day, with my 20-year-old daughter in a serious relationship with an awesome young man, my thoughts about Mother's Day have expanded. What would I like to see from the man who adores my daughter and is probably looking to get the stamp of approval from her overly-involved mother? What sorts of expectations do I have about how I want to be treated by my son-in-laws to be?
They say that Van Gogh ate yellow paint in a desperate attempt to feel happiness inside. I covered the canvases of my heart with every sunrise I saw in your eyes and every golden smile you gave me.
As Tennessee Williams once wrote, "When so many are lonely as seem to be lonely, it would be inexcusably selfish to be lonely alone." While Tennessee ...
Dating or on the brink of divorce, conflict can either bring you closer or pull you apart. If you want a robust, dynamic relationship that evolves over time, then be prepared for great fights. Unfortunately, most people don't know how to fight -- or don't fight enough, or at all!
What can possibly go wrong when a spiritual junkie gets a "sign" to work with an atheist? That has been a question I asked myself for years, but sud...
I wish this story had a happier ending. You know the one, where I met the man of my snow dreams and we laughed at our candle lit wedding festival in the woods about the way we met that day in a snowstorm when we both swiped right.
Different partners draw out of us different emotions -- some we didn't even know we had -- and sustaining a relationship becomes tedious from both ends. But we must ensure that at least we're doing our part. So how do we navigate it through it all and improve the quality of our love?
Truth is, I had not known myself outside of this relationship and that was scary. The thought of dating and having to get to know someone else made me apprehensive about the entire subject, but it's something that I'm buying in to more and more each day.
The opportunity to learn about another person's life experiences and culture can be enlightening. You may discover you like some of his traditions better. Staying in your "type" leaves out so many people from whom you might learn.
You've just come back from a date feeling as though you're in a time warp. Does it all seem a little too familiar? You may be dating 'repeats.' It could be the tense guy who's always critical, the charismatic guy that's charmingly sexual before he bolts, or the confused guy that's not sure what he wants after 6 months of dating.
It's time we start showing our true selves in the dating world. There is also something that seems more genuine about going on a fun, healthy, active date: you want to be someone's Sunday, not just their Saturday night.