Most people who are dating are looking for the ideal partner, but why are so many of them having such a hard time? That’s easy to answer. It’s because finding the ideal partner requires selective dating. What is selective dating? Selective dating is being choosy about who you date.
A lot goes into meeting someone new. Even more stressful sometimes is that dreaded first date! Online Dating could mean a lot of first dates and first date after first date you get frustrated, but what if you had some fail proof methods of leaving with your pride intact? In addition to looking good, what comes out of your mouth is even MORE important. Here are some First Date Conversation Tips to help you on your way!
Are you looking for that one person who will love you flaws and all … even when you’re at your worst? Does that even exist or are you expectations for unconditional love unrealistic? Perhaps there’s something better …
Love CAN be found online because the internet makes it easier for other single people to meet up. But if you have been using online dating and never gone on a successful date you could be making these unknown common dating mistakes.
Have you ever dated someone, or had a relationship, and looked back after it was all over and thought “what the hell was I thinking?”. Has your loneliness clouded your judgement in dating? We make decisions, the wrong decisions, when we’re feeling alone, and borderline desperate. So how do you avoid that pitfall? Read more!
So you’ve tried all the conventional dating sites, even tried Tinder, and nothing! No luck at all finding someone you really feel a compatible connection with. Perhaps a Niche Online Dating Site is for you!
Are Fairy Tales friends or foe when it comes to our intentions and expectations from love? Is Cinderella a good or bad dating example? I think that maybe Cinderella isn’t such a bad dating example and I’ll tell you why.
Single dads (and moms) are busy people. If you fall into this category, here’s a universal truth you can relate to: raising kids is a lot of work! Not only do single, full time parents have careers and households to maintain, they have sporting events, school field trips and parent teacher conferences to attend. Sometimes…