Are you ready to be the love of someone’s life?
finding "the one"
You need to dig deep into what you want in a partner—one who can meet your needs, be on a growth path with you and listen to you.
Finding true love is more like a coin toss, but you can stack the odds in your favor.
Is it possible to fall in love after just one look?
James Michael Sama explains that if you have trouble choosing between two people, then neither of them is right for you.
James Michael Sama on the moment you stop caring about the one night stand, and start looking for the real thing.
First, make sure you know what “the one” really means.
Instead of trying to connect with someone in a way that you have been conditioned to believe is “the right way,” maybe it’s time to try something new.
Did he get better at love, or did his heart finally catch up with his brain?
He thought he was the only guy who went through these phases of falling in love, but found out he’s in good company.
Once we meet the ones we want, how do we get to the point of clear communication?
This is what goes wrong when people rush love.
Opening up your heart always presents a risk, but without risk you’re never going to achieve greatness in love. And isn’t that the goal?
What kind of effort are men putting in to discover a worthy mate? One man suggests how men manage their lives can either put them into the running for a forever bond, or leave their heart’s longing.
As we get older, we become more romantically experienced and more fluent in the language of emotion.