If you’ve given the online dating game your all, but haven’t made a connection worthy of cupid’s quiver, don’t fret. Your dedication will pay off, just not always on the schedule that the greeting card companies dictate. However, there are many positive factors about singlehood on February 14th that often get overlooked. Read on to discover my top 5 benefits of being single on Valentine’s Day. So, pop the cork, celebrate, and keep on dating!
Love is in the air! Oh, yes it is! Ahhh Valentine’s day… Let’s take this opportunity to get a better understanding of your love style in relationships and to shift the focus this month onto the one planet in your birth chart that oozes love and affection – our dear friend, Venus! It’s important to understand that we have ALL the planets in our chart; we are so much more than just our Sun sign. As each planet in the chart is responsible for a different function, Venus is about our values, as well as how we give and receive love. That being said, it’s important to know how your Venus operates in your chart so you can better understand your relationship needs.
Do you love or loathe Valentine’s Day? Whatever your answer, Human Behavior Expert Candace Silvers wants you to take notice of how you see this love-filled holiday, so that you can then use that information to help you let go of the things holding you back from true love. Think you’re ready?
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I live in a small city with only a few JDate members nearby. I love where I live, but I’m not opposed to relocating if that means I will be able to find my Beshert. Besides, my children are all grown and out of the house. However, no one I have contacted out of my state ever replies to my messages. Any advice?
Everyone has difficult days where nothing seems to go right; and those feelings can be exasperated when you’re single and don’t have a partner to listen to your frustrations! There is no instruction manual for life, and when your struggles become too much, or loneliness hits, there isn’t always someone to come with open arms to catch your fall. No matter what happens, however, you have to be able to pick yourself up and keep on moving on! Here are five ways singles can turn that frown upside down and make the most of each day.
Dear Matchmaker Rabbi:
I am living with a man who was in a 20-year marriage. We both are separated (me for 3 years and he for 1.5 years). We are both nearly finished with our divorces. We met when he had only been separated for five months. I have been dealing with issues with his older children, struggling with insecurities and adjusting to this new life.
Initial dates most often happen based on physical attraction. After the first date, a set of ideas are established — some based on previous experiences and preconceived notions. I urge you to always go out for a second date for the following three reasons.
Here’s a roundup of some standard sippers and my tips on where and when to drink them — with whom is up to you!
Bringing a guy home to meet the people you are embarrassed to share blood with can be a very exciting time in your new relationship (unless it’s at a funeral). If you’ve taken your time to properly pace a relationship, then there’s rarely a reason to introduce anyone to your family before three months or so have passed. Why, you might ask?