Arianna Jeret writes what she wants the next man in her life to hear, even if she’s scared to say it in person.
Rejection is a part of life as a man, Mark Radcliffe explains, but women don’t deserve men’s anger as a result.
Dating life has become almost non-existent for the average college student.
Sarah Jones says that pick-up, one of the most widespread genres of men’s dating advice, is founded on three false premises, all of which set men up for failure from the beginning. There is a much better way.
No dating site seems to have a check box for “intentionally unemployed while I decide what’s next.” But will “unemployed” keep a guy from getting dates?
A dating blogger respectfully describes the kinds of women he won’t go out with.
A dating blogger implores his fellow men to not forget to bring passion, heat, and sexual charm to the table during a courtship.
Some of the best potential life partners you’ll ever meet are trying to juggle the dating scene with raising kids. Here’s a single mom’s advice for winning their hearts.
‘In the end, we’re not looking for perfect. We’re looking for perfect for us.’
That’s what I’m looking for—the fire. To feel the burn and intoxication again. But for the fire to come and burn my maps, there needs to be a spark. And the journey ahead may be longer than I want.
Paul Hudson writes about why sometimes, we may have to let go of the ones we love. While we’re still in love with them.
The dating game these days is rough. And it’s no wonder that many people go back to dating their ex’s, even after bad breakups. Here’s why so many people opt for the familiar.
Dr. NerdLove offers a primer on how to ace one of the most important moments in a new relationship.