Online dating experts often give conflicting advice… 3 pictures versus 5 pictures, a long profile versus a short one, listing your salary range versus leaving it blank. However, there’s one online dating pointer most experts can agree on.
Why do you make New Year’s resolutions? Is it because the “Old Year’s” resolutions went so well that you are now piling on more? I’m guessing your answer is no! Maybe you’re just repeating exactly what you did last year. If so, I’ve got a better way to improve your life!
Check out your January Hora-Scope to see what the month has in store for you!
Dr. Janet Blair Page, a psychotherapist and the author of Get Married This Year, explains the seven changes you need to make in order to find lasting love in 2013!
On a first date, am I required to bring flowers or a corsage? Or can I just show up empty-handed?
Is finding love one of your resolutions? Do you want to meet Mr. Right before the year is out? How about meeting him before the New Year has even begun?
If you are spending this New Year’s Eve in a large city, the pressure to look good can be overwhelming. Hundreds of single ladies are eager to find their midnight romance, but only if they find the right guy! One of the easiest ways to get noticed by a special someone in a crowded party is to rock the perfect outfit. Sound difficult? It’s easier than you think!
My question: It has been over thirty years since I have dated and things have changed a lot. Is it appropriate for me to contact a man that I first notice on JDate? Or does that send the wrong message?
So you’re in a good place to date and meet someone for a “serious” relationship — now what? There are many great offline ways to meet very eligible singles: I know, I’ve been there and done that! As someone who essentially makes a living going out and socializing with single people, my dates are often stunned when they realize I still use an online dating site to find myself matches.
In the spirit of Hanukkah I’ve put together eight potential date scenarios and paired them with an appropriate wine. From the quivery first date to Hanukkah at his parents’ place, there is a wine for every occasion (and sometimes you will need it)!