Dating can be fun, but after a while it starts to feel like a chore if you're dating the wrong person. Often time we get caught up in our physical attractions to someone and ignore the clear cut signs that this "relationship" is a dead end. To save yourself time and energy, here are 5 ways to know he's not that into you.
Scrolling through my Facebook timeline the other day, I ran across a very interesting meme. Very straight-forward but quite piercing.
PR hasn't been too favorable to the Republican party this year so I've compiled a short list of pick up lines to explain the Republican platform in the most coquettish manner. With these, she'll know that you're the real "Mr. Right".
What if we asked you to put your money where your heart is? Would you be ready to make a financial investment towards your love life? In Boca Raton, matchmaker Carol Morgan can confirm that many singles would, and in fact, do belong in her exclusive database.
I've always been baffled by it's title : social media. It's become our platform for broadcasting life in an instant. It's given us an audience of ep...
To be fair, "just being yourself" is actually something that works really well -- but for someone who's struggling with it, just telling them to do it won't help.
Based upon my own journey through divorce, book research and work as a therapist, I say with certainty that those who are separated often crave validation and companionship to stave off loneliness. They often desire affection -- especially after cold marriages without it -- and sometimes, they desire just that: desire.
I think Facebook's new breakup features are terrific, as I know many people instantly block their ex, without the ex even knowing so, and then back-peddle and send a new friend request, out of embarrassment, once they've kissed and made up.
You may lose all reason, do senseless things or generally feel like shit. And it's all ok. Because when a relationship ends, it's only natural to go through the 5 stages of breakup grief.
Like many strong, independent women, I was committed to not losing myself in a relationship. I watched my mom within my parents' relationship and I translated that she had lost herself and her freedom. I realize now that she's a women strong enough to let someone take care of her.
Feeling secure when it comes to dating after divorce is easier said than done, especially when it has been a while. Many women struggle with their confidence. The bottom line, however, is when you feel confident, you attract love in your life. Here are some dos and don'ts for attracting a man so you can be on your way to feeling "dating confident."
Life would be so much easier if we could have a one-size-fits-all answer to loaded questions. And this is one! Why? Because it triggers all kinds of other questions you should also be asking yourself. Here are four key questions to ask as your new romance unfolds during the holiday season:
I made a dramatic declaration to my friends and told them I was officially on a mancation. I defined it as a state in which a woman purposefully stops establishing emotional connections with men in an effort to make more time for herself and reboot her level of consciousness.
For example, that interesting yet profoundly anxiety-producing time with my apparently-not-former friend. Was she being rude for ignoring me? Or, against my better judgment, had I been rude for messaging her insistently? Was I hounding her or was she ghosting me?
When I was 18, and I was hanging out with this rich kid. Kid, guy, whatever. He was in college; I was just about to start. My parents had bought a restaurant down the shore. It was a whole new town with A LOT of money and a brand new set of people.
In a 2008 experiment, two French social psychologists had a handsome young Frenchman named Antoine approach 240 randomly selected women and ask them for their phone numbers so they could go on a date.