The stakes are too high to waste time in a relationship with someone who doesn’t embody all your requisite ingredients. There will be plenty of issues in a relationship that require compromise, but the answers to the following questions indicate basic interpersonal skills. They’ll narrow the field considerably, and that’s the point!
Well the weather outside is frightful… but the date ideas are so delightful?! From ice skating to sipping drinks by the fire, we say, “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!” Here are 12 fun date ideas to heat up your winter!
Are you behind on your monthly bills? Do you have credit card debt? If the answer to any of these questions is “yes,” then it’s time to start paying attention to how much you spend on your dates.
So, what can this story about those eight miraculous nights teach us about dating? Plenty! Here are eight lessons we can apply to dating.
Congratulations! You’ve found your potential Prince or Princess Charming, and things are going well; so well, that you’ve found yourself invited to share in their family’s holiday celebrations. Here are some unique ways to connect with your significant other’s family so you feel like you’re holding court, instead of crashing the ball this Thanskgivukkah.
If you are considering a lifetime commitment to your current partner, who should by now be your lover (at least in the larger sense of the word) and best friend, you need to know that you are capable of a commitment in these seven important elements of a relationship.
This is the second of a two-part series on how to survive dating anxiety during the holidays. Read on to ensure a romantic and blissful holiday season.
This is the first of a two-part series on how to survive dating anxiety during the holidays. Read on to ensure a peaceful and happy holiday season.
When I hear the word trust, I can’t help but think of Robert DeNiro’s character, Jack, in Meet the Parents. An ex-C.I.A. agent, he is obsessed with making sure his future son-in-law, Greg, is trustworthy. You’re either in Jack’s circle of trust, or you’re not.
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.