Do you have problems meeting new dating partners? The 5-second rule can help you I was recently searching on Amazon for some of the top-rating non-fiction books and stumbled across the book by Mel Robbins called, The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage. I then discovered Mel's TEDx talk, viewed over 12 … [Read more...] about Desperate and Dateless? Try the 5-Second Rule
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Are you just unlucky in love, or attracting the wrong partners? If you’re permanently single, or have been just been unlucky in love, you may have wondered what are the qualities to look for in a long-term romantic partner.There are three essential qualities to look for when you choose a long-term romantic partner. These three essential … [Read more...] about 3 Essential Qualities to Look for in a Long-term Romantic Partner
According to a new study, being married has a lifelong effect on how content people are. The authors, Shawn Grover and John Helliwell of the Vancouver School of Economics in Canada, published a study in Springer's Journal of Happiness Studies. They investigated people's levels of well-being based on their marital status.Using data from two UK … [Read more...] about NEW STUDY: Want Long-Term Happiness? Couple Up!
Have you ever fallen in love with a friend? Falling in love with a friend is one of the harder human experiences to have. It happens to a lot of people and there’s no way to tell at the beginning how it’s going to go.If you think you might be falling in love with your friend, first of all, don’t panic—the friendship is not doomed to failure if … [Read more...] about How to Deal with Falling in Love with a Friend
What stage of dating are you in? When you start dating someone new, the experience can feel wildly different than the last time you dated. This is especially true if you’ve been away from the field for a while.But humans are predictable and our relationships fall into patterns. There are basically four stages of dating, after which you both … [Read more...] about The 4 Love Stages of Dating
Are you guilty of listening to this bad dating advice? There is so much bad dating advice—from dating sites, books, magazines, well-meaning friends—it’s hard to know what works anymore. Here’s some of the worst dating advice that I’ve found, and some of what works too. "Use a good pick-up line." Firstly, DON’T use cheesy pick up lines. Never … [Read more...] about The Worst Dating Advice EVER!
Online dating is now mainstream, but are you feeling overwhelmed by choice? Online dating is no longer a fringe activity—people young and old use online dating services and apps to meet up because they are fast, cheap, and easy. Also, online dating has developed over the years from something sketchy to mostly legit. People who post fake photos or … [Read more...] about 4 Quick Tips for Dealing with Dating Overwhelm
Thinking of getting back with an ex? Ask yourself these questions first... After a breakup, even a bad one, it’s impossible not to think about your ex. It’s even hard not to see their face, if you use any kind of social media, live in the same neighbourhood, or, worse yet, work in the same building.But if after some time you find yourself … [Read more...] about 7 Questions to Ask Before Getting Back with an Ex
Are you on a one-way road to the "friend zone"? You’ve probably heard of the "friend zone", right? It's the ultimate relationship limbo.The friend zone is that place you find yourself in, when the guy or girl you've been interested in has decided that you're friendship material, instead of relationship material.Maybe you’ve never been … [Read more...] about 5 Sad Signs You’re in the Friend Zone
A painful divorce is one of the worst experiences you can go through. Let’s not sugarcoat it - it’s rough. A relationship that was once joyful and reliable splinters apart, and all that’s left is lawyer’s bills and bitterness. But humans are remarkably resilient; we heal, and we move on.Dating again after divorce can be intimidating or seem … [Read more...] about How to Start Dating Again After a Painful Divorce