So, why are you still single? There is a high likelihood you just haven't found "the one." But, there is an equal likelihood that you don't really know where to look or how to spot him when he is there.
These are the five biggest mistakes women in midlife make about love and dating.
There are some days where being single is really hard. February 14 happens to be one of them. You can't help but pass colorful storefront windows loaded with Valentine's Day ideas and gifts. You find your email box loaded with Restaurant.com and Groupon offers to wine and dine you and the sweetheart you wish you had. Everywhere you look it seems like couples are holding hands and kissing.
Valentine's Day brings out the best -- and worst -- in human behavior. Our impulse is to be generous and search for the ideal gift. Internet thieves know this and coolly set traps for unsuspecting shoppers. Here are some of the more common Valentine's Day scams to avoid.
We have the best intentions in January. Motivated by the New Year and the fresh sense of optimism, we vow to lose weight, pledge to save more money, a...
"Tell me about your girlfriends," I ask the man I've been seeing for the last few months, my bare leg sprawled over his, my fingers grazing the graying hair of his chest. He holds me closer and begins to talk.
I realize online dating wasn't the genesis of this myopic conception of love, but it has reinforced it to a tremendous degree. Here are the chief problems caused by encouraging us to find "the one" or our "soulmate."
Being single isn't all that different from being in a relationship. It's taken me a long time to figure that out. And only when faced with the prospect of NOT being single do I truly understand that.
Are you ready for some... online dating? While the final word of this phrase may normally be football, there may be a larger connection between the outcome of a football game and online dating activity than one might normally imagine.
Meca was very hesitant at first, especially as Anthony was an artist. As an accessory designer, Meca didn't think she wanted to date an abstract painter. "I don't date artists," she proclaimed. Soon they discovered that they were indeed soul mates.
I prefer the spontaneity of life. Using this app just made everything seem very forced, borderline desperate. When it comes to romance, I prefer leaving things to fate.
If it's true that every woman gets the exact love life she asks for, what does that mean for me? And for you?
Back when you were in your teens or early 20s, you probably didn't date all that much. In an environment like high school or college, you were surrounded by men and women who were single and young just like you were. When you found someone, you hung out and really got to know each other before you fell in love and chose to marry.
Before the JDate account, the Tinder App, the mutual friend option on Facebook, the AOL chat rooms, dating was done through the pulsating nerves of our hearts. Not our fingertips. It was done with our voices. Not our keyboards.
While you may be unhappy that gray skies and precipitation interfere with your morning commute, remember that gray weather might bring some sunshine to your love life.
Like falling in love, initially everything was pretty fun and exciting. And then things started getting serious.