Posts tagged dating
You might think songs about love and romance are mainly enjoyed by people in romantic relationship. But what about single people? New research has shown that just listening to love songs can alter your outlook on dating. Read here to find out more.
When you’re on the prowl to meet new prospective dates, how can alcohol help or hurt your chances? Read here to find out.
Shoes are one of the most expensive and important pieces of clothing you put on every day. But what kind of message are you sending out with your choice in footwear? Read here to find out.
Everyone is looking for someone who understands them and is responsive to their needs. But is that necessarily true when looking at potential dates? Read here to find out more and how to apply this valuable advice to your dating life.
Women are happiest when the man in their life can tell when they are upset- and makes an effort to find out why. Read more.
Listen to this: A certain type of gossip can be a good thing for you and your date.
Touching is tied to several components of a healthy relationship. It is so influential that even watching someone being touched can cause the same reaction as if we were touched ourselves. At what point in your relationship do you consider public displays of affection acceptable?
Romantic promises have the instant benefit of making one feel like the other truly loves and cares for them. The risk is what happens when that promise is not fulfilled, or flat out broken. We have all come in contact with people who promise something with all the love and authenticity in their heart, and then completely forget about it the very next day. What gives?
As yet another celebrity marriage bites the dust, one wonders if these two actually talked about the realities of the future more than the endorsements for the wedding ceremony. What can dating couples learn from Kris and Kim’s demise? What are some myths about love that can upend any relationship?
When I read the eHarmony community boards, I see a lot of great advice given by members. But do you follow your own advice? Knowing the right thing to do in relationships and actually choosing to do it are not always tied together. Find out why.