The beginning of a relationship is always wonderful, but what really matters is creating a healthy foundation so you can ensure your new relationship is built to last. Here are the 5 must-have qualities you need in your relationship in order for it to be lasting and fulfilling.
It’s no secret that times are a-changing. I’m here to set the record straight on not only how things have changed in the dating world, but also why some things should remain the same.
I pursued him most of my life. Advice columns are dedicated to him. My therapy practice sees many clients attempting to loosen themselves from his grip. He is ever-elusive and ever-intriguing…
Here’s a radical thought: Suppose that most of the personality characteristics associated with males and females are culturally determined, and further suppose that all the endless discussions you’ve heard about the vast differences between the sexes, are exaggerated. Assume for a moment that men and women are more alike than different.
Instead of fretting about committing to someone else, what about fully committing to yourself, first? Here are 7 reasons to “marry yourself” before you even think about tying the knot!
Ready for a committed relationship? Here are 7 quick tips to help you get a great start on finding a committed partner.
Getting your wardrobe up to date for the springtime is very important. Freshening up your closet is an easy way to create new energy, which is especially important when it comes to dating.
Most people have insecurities – especially in dating – which lead to a fear of being hurt. Of course each person has different self-doubts, but there are some common insecurities for both men and women that seem to pop up again and again!
Many people have no idea what to say in an initial online dating email to show someone that they have an interest in communicating and potentially meeting. For this reason, it’s best to give these potential suitors (or suitoresses?) one more thing to comment about. In other words, provide them with some “email bait.”
It is a common belief that opposites are especially attracted to each other as they can complement the other – both as a friend and lover. But is being compatible a necessary basis of a relationship, or does it lead to boredom in a relationship? Do similar people tend to get together? Or do opposites attract?