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Everyone who has spent any time in the unpredictable world of dating has experienced an occasional misfire—a promising new relationship that suddenly fizzles without an obvious explanation.
There’s no such thing as loving someone too much. There is such a thing, though, as too much smothering. And smothering can definitely scare someone away.
You know the drill. Furtive glances across the lunch room. Lingering for small talk at the water cooler. Hallway smiles and joke-swapping.
Keeping little secrets may seem innocent enough, but they result in less intimacy, trust & integrity.
Is “checking up” on your partner a necessary precaution—or unnecessary paranoia? Does Googling your date to see what comes up qualify as snooping?
In order for a man to feel like he wants to get to know you better and eventually have a committed relationship with you, you need to build something first…You need to build a solid found
Once we meet a man we really like, we women tend to dive right in. We want to give our hearts, mind and very soul to a man, and meld together into a perfect relationship.
Is it something in the air this time of year? I’ve been seeing more clients whose approaches to dating have not only failed them, but have left them feeling depleted and less confident.
The dating world can be difficult to re-enter after losing a spouse.
It’s one of the biggest frustrations encountered in the dating world: you meet someone, there seems to be a connection…then poof! You never hear from them again.