When we say our vows, we can't imagine our life without our chosen partner. While some people only have a short time together before they divorce, there are the couples who have decades together before they decide that divorce is the only option.
As I was driving home, I thought that I should have made more of an effort to connect for what if she was the Maureen? After much thought I decided I would drop off a card at her store, in it I would tell her about my reading with Sylvia and profess my undying love.
I no longer hide the fact that I'm a disabled woman in my dating profiles -- it is there for the world to see and read about (in a cute, self-deprecating way), but it's not a solution to my dating woes.
Technology is a great thing. I have met so many wonderful friends because of the Internet. However, I can't help but think that there has been a drastic increase in rude behavior because of how everything is so accessible these days.
I'm very lucky. I have a beautiful wife and a nice life up here in the hills of Los Angeles. It wasn't always like that. I tried the singles scene in a bar one particular night in Hollywood, and I couldn't get into it.
Dear Beyoncé, I finished listening to your new album, "Lemonade," which, according to a lot of recent buzz, was written about your marriage to Jay Z...
I believe you can make genuine connections through online dating and social media. But you have to be honest with yourself about whether those connections are really happening or whether you are just distracting yourself from loneliness or, worse, avoiding pursuing a passion.
"How do you know when you've found The One?" It may be the same old question, but in 2016, the interpretation has evolved some. Sure, The One can be ...
For most women, finding the right guy after 50 can be frustrating and tiresome. I've found the women who get out there and have the most fun attracting and meeting Quality Men have these 10 traits in common.
Having any relationship end or getting a divorce starts a chain reaction of many changes, many adjustments and many "news." By far the oddest new has been reentering the dating world.
I almost gave up online dating. I'd unintentionally disappeared myself from multiple sites soon after I turned 70. Recently, playing with a dating app while waiting in a long queue, I saw a long-time friend's face. With surprised laughter, I reversed my left-swiping thumb, immediately messaging and intending to share the laugh. He didn't write back.
Sit in a room with a group of singles and divorcées and the conversation will inevitably turn to dating and, as is usually the case, dating stories...
Although I recognize that men have to work harder online than women do and knowing what I know, I still learned some surprising things during my experiment. From those lessons, I wanted to share some better ways that women can use this to have more success meeting really great men.
As a love coach, I'm constantly trying to convince people to give online dating a chance. It's been estimated that over one third of U.S. marriages begins with an online introduction and that number is expected to grow. It's your best shot at finding love if you do it right.
The first online date I went on was in 2002, and I'm fairly certain that the guy and I met without seeing pictures of each other. Neither of us had a scanner.
I personally much prefer the organic way: meeting at a party, at the coffee shop, at Whole Foods, through friends... but my adventure onto Tinder deeply reinforced two things I live by.