It's hard to not treat the ding of an incoming text message like a little present. But it's not. It's an interruption. We forget that the person in front of us deserves our attention and the person on the other end of that text message will forgive you for having a life.
Having access to millions of potential romantic partners has created a super breed of men and women that have become unrealistically picky.
I know many of you have used online dating and here's my question for you: What has worked? What hasn't? Any clichés we should avoid? Thanks!
Life is too short to drink bad wine or weak coffee. However, I have no problem downing an occasional bag of stale Doritos. The point is, life is short. That is what kept running through my head each time I prepared to meet a new Match.com date.
Millions of men and women are on dating sites every day looking for that special person they dream about. How do you know who the right one is for you? It starts with understanding the nine most common types of people you'll find on there.
You said it loud and said it proud! Your single status is not a defect. Looking for love online does not mean you are desperate. I happen to know it means the opposite: You are confident, smart and savvy.
Online lesbian dating can be a lot like looking for an apartment: The ad sounds great, but what does it really look like? Will you end up in a long, loving relationship or chained in a woman's basement? To help you, I have compiled a list of phrases that lesbians often use and what they really mean.
My friends have cleared me to date, "get out there" has been stated, texted, messaged, and posted by my inner circle. I've been in two serious post-divorce relationships and just ended a little something. But, where the heck is a divorced single mom going to meet the perfect guy?
Martha, put on a turquoise fitted low cut dress and go to one of the places on my perfected list of where to find men.
Just like how every love story has a protagonist with a sidekick who readily doles out dating advice, newly single daters need someone to guide them down the path to love as well.
When someone writes a profile, it is to attract someone, but also to let someone know what attributes are important. The same goes to emails or conversations in the beginning stages of talking to someone. Here are some clues to help you discern what people are really saying.
I filled out my profile and said what I wanted, told them what I was looking for and evidently, I'm into drunk, sex-obsessed short men who have no ambition, but are baby crazy. Thanks!
It's official. The Today Show reports that Martha Stewart has changed her mind and decided to become one of the single millions looking for love online on Match.com. The domestic mogul has gone digital and hopes to find a man who wants to date, mate or bed in cyberspace.
Some of you are too young to be Billy Joel fans. I'm just young enough to admit it, and yet old enough to see it as retro chic.
What's her key to success? "It's human nature to want a partner," she said, "and it makes me happy to know I'm helping people find love. It just doesn't get any better than that."
As I learned last week, finding a personal assistant is no easy task. But it can be easier if you apply the rapid-fire character assessment tricks we online daters know already. With enough time, you'll find the perfect match.