The holidays are a stressful time if you're single and you don't want to be. If you can't imagine another year of watching the ball drop from your couch with a pint of mint chocolate chip ice cream and your cat in your lap, stay tuned.
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.
A lot has changed since The Dating Game first aired back in 1965. Today, people have taken to the Internet to find their ideal date or mate.
Let go of the Attraction Factor as the main indicator of a good guy. I've had women share with me that they knew within five minutes whether or not the man they just met was 'the one.' Hear me when I say this ... there is NO WAY you know this about a man within five minutes!
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:
Sure, everyone has preferences, but rigid rules leave little room for discovery. Attraction begins when someone catches your attention, which requires some openness to the element of surprise.
Truth is, we'd be lying were we to say that the proximity of a prospective date does not play a substantial role in deciding if someone is worth dating.
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I'm no stranger to the world of online dating, I was rather ahead of the trend, going on my first online date a whopping 18 years ago. I've used the Internet to meet new people pretty consistently since then, so I'm perhaps more of an expert than most.
Online dating is hard. Dating is hard. Love is hard. Be kind.
What could the dating experiences of little old me -- a 40-something, recently divorced mom -- possibly have in common with those of a 23 year old gay man? As it turns out, quite a bit.
Dating isn't a game, there shouldn't be rules, and the longer you stay a player the longer you just get stuck playing a video game.
Conduct an in-depth probe of your personality, attitude, and behavior. There may be ways you need to change. For most, an honest self-evaluation will reveal the problem, but some people will struggle to recognize how they sabotage their success with potential dates.
Years ago, at 50, I started dating online. It seemed like a good idea. In our first email exchange, Ben made a point of letting me know right away how many miles a week he ran (50) and how many pounds he could bench press (I forget but it was a lot for a man his age, he told me).
Five long years ago, I was job-hunting, living on a couch, friendless, and in a new city where I had no idea how to meet people.