Every Thanksgiving, my family has a tradition (as I’m sure many others do) of taking turns saying what we’re thankful for each year.
If you’ve found love online, you’re likely grateful for online dating. If you’re still looking for love, however, here are 10 reasons why you should be thankful for online dating as well.
Hanukkah and Thanksgiving will collide this year. This convergence of culinary delights and beloved traditions will not occur again for another 77,000-some years, which is something to celebrate in itself.
The hit CBS show, How I Met Your Mother, dedicated an entire episode to learning these platforms—it was named “The Platinum Rule.” The Platinum Rule focuses on reasons why you should never date someone you see on a regular basis, but explains the relationship phases that guide you through the entire dating process.
Here are five clues that a woman is just not that into you.
I am thrilled that so many of you strike up conversations in the comment section of my style stories. I find that the style conversation can be thought-provoking and confidence-invoking! Education is the first step to empowerment, right?
From October 23 through November 20th, the Sun will be moving through the Constellation of Scorpio, where the energy shifts from that of balanced and pleasing Libra to the seductive, deep, transforming, and steadfast powers of Scorpio.
But before you make the big decision, be sure that not only do you have the best possible mate for you, but that you’re both willing to put in whatever it takes to make your love succeed. To help you do just that, here are the four cornerstones of commitment.
87% of singles think online dating is a great way to meet people, according to a recent study commissioned by Spark Networks, the owner of JDate.com. But while online dating has rapidly become a popular way for couples to meet, navigating it skillfully is what determines success. Online dating that leads to marriage requires creativity and stamina. Here are some useful ideas.
What is chemistry? It’s the intangible that’s needed in a relationship. It’s what makes you click with someone. Intellectual chemistry and physical chemistry are very different, but both are needed in a relationship.