Do you ever feel like throwing in the dating towel? David Kanegis has some advice for you.
Spending a little more time finding and choosing a gift to impress your partner is worth the effort, and you will know that you have done the right thing.
Do you find yourself attracting emotionally unavailable partners? There are three reasons this might be a pattern… and it’s time to break free.
Time Machine Series: Exploring Past, Present & Future PAST Back in elementary school when the forms came around that asked you to state a race, I would check the box that said “white.” I had been told by my parents, however, that I was Spanish. Later versions of that form came with a “Hispanic” box,…
If your crush wanted to be with you, they would be.
Maybe there are things about your significant other that make you uneasy, but you explain them away. Don’t do that with these.
Jonathan Delavan reflects upon the influence different individuals can have on one’s life as well as his own life.
John Patrick Weiss’s simple dating advice: watch how your date treats others.
Erin Chack of Buzzfeed shares the photos of possibly the most interesting significant others of all time.
These are comments by Trudi and Nate Graiano on the post “It Can’t Be All About The Kids”.
Jennifer says the real problem comes when you let Cosmo, GQ, or your society tell you what love and romance are.
When was the last time you cried? Whether it was tearing up at something you didn’t expect to affect you, or a long, hard cry at a deep loss, or something in between, we want to hear your stories.
wellokaythen says that if your list of dealbreakers has more than a few items on it, you probably have unrealistic expectations.
This week Dear John talks about “the one”, Facebook friends after divorce, and sales-y friends.
This is a comment by Lars Fisher on the post “It Doesn’t Matter Who Wears the Pants: A Response to Hannah Rosin and The New York Times”.
This week Dear John addresses a skinny-dipping party, concern for an alienated friend, and cosmetic surgery.