I’m not a first-date hater, but after ten years of them, I’ve come up with a few ways to make the transition from office to date — and, hopefully, from date one to date two!
In online dating, it’s so important that your deal breakers are out there front and center. If you don’t want children, that’s fine! Just make sure you check that box off in your profile.
If you are looking to deepen the connection you have with others and find fulfilling love that lasts, then stop focusing on conditional love and start by attracting the right kind of partner.
Let’s face it, relationships can be challenging at times! It’s hard enough to really know what we want, let alone know what our partner wants. However, you can use astrology to help yourself understand others — especially a date or a partner — on a deeper, psychological level.
I’ve noticed there are at least five uncomfortable dating conversations that people regularly contend with. These are topics that singles complain about and discuss with people other than their dates!
So, what would you do at work if the pay sucked, you didn’t get along with your colleagues and you felt like calling in sick all the time? Quit? No! You’d kick yourself in the tuchas and keep going. Here are four great ways to stoke your online dating fire if it’s starting to burnout.
Here are five major don’ts when it comes to arguing with your mate – and five resolutions for those don’ts!
There are so many ways to meet the love of your life and many situations in which you can be thrown together. This train of thought got me thinking about romantic movies (which I love) and how couples often meet for the first time in those films. Here are 10 ways famous characters in movies meet. Perhaps you can make these reel situations real for yourself!
Read below to discover five ways your man may answer about marriage and then let me help you decode his answers, understand what they mean, and figure out how you should proceed from there!
Hey there, JDaters®, it’s been a while, but I’m back with another edition of Kosher Cinema.