A viral Tumblr post recommends that women give out a Google Voice number if a “creepy guy” asks for their phone number in person.
So you've just discovered that your girlfriend is still on a dating site. Here are a few tips to help you start an honest conversation with her about it.
These behaviors could indicate that your new partner may be secretly married to someone else.
When you find someone you love and care about, it can be tempting to jump into a more long-term commitment: marriage. However, many believe that getting engaged or eloping after a short period of time could potentially harm your chances of thriving as a couple.
Making New Year’s resolutions is an old tradition that many participate in as January 1 approaches. If you spent the holiday season single, your resolutions might have to do with changing your online dating routine for 2019.
Finding “the one” can be hard enough, but as a single parent, the search seems even more difficult. Whether you’ve been raising your child or children on your own since the beginning, you’ve been widowed, or you went through a nasty public divorce, jumping back into the dating scene might seem intimidating.
Anyone who’s used a dating app or website knows how hard it can be to make meaningful connections there. It’icult enough to create a profile that accurately summarizes who you are and what you want in a partner; it’s eve’ier to sort through matches and separate the ones who want romance from those who just want a casual fling.
Dating can be difficult, and there’s no guarantee things will work out when you’re first starting a relationship. Many people tend to overanalyze every little interaction and exchange, searching for a clue as to how things are going:
It’s common – almost cliché – to hear stories about parents not liking their adult child’s partner. But just as often, adult children of divorced or widowed parents aren’t too keen on Mom or Dad’s new love interest, either.
There’s a reason why meeting your significant other’s family members for the first time is such a huge deal for many couples: There’s always the possibility that you just won’t get along.
Congratulations! Your sweetheart chose the most romantic day of the year to pop the question, and you said yes. If you got engaged on February 14, you’re not alone: A 2017 survey found that 43% of millennials say Valentine’s Day is their top choice for a proposal day.
We’ve all been there: One person is romantically interested in another, and the object of their desire wants nothing to do with them. Being on the “rejected” side of this equation can sting, but it’s not always better to be the one who’s pursued.
Valentine’s Day can be a confusing time for new couples. Make an over-the-top gesture and you risk scaring your date away. Fail to plan anything and you could risk this becoming a short-lived relationship.