Catfishing has become fairly common these days, and verifying information on dating sites and social media profiles is no easy task. Read about what it means to be catfished and the different types of catfishing schemes.
With online romance scams on the rise, here's what to know about the fraudsters trolling dating sites for their next victim.
Abandoned without an explanation by friends or lovers? You might be a victim of ghosting. Read on to learn what ghosting means and how to respond to it.
Technology has given unfaithful partners a slew of new ways to have affairs. If you're suspicious, here's how to find out if he's cheating.
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.
Ever wish you could learn all about someone upfront and in advance, so you know if it’s worth it to pursue a friendship, relationship or roommate arrangement?
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.
Bravo’s _Dirty John _just premiered on November 25, and it’s already got people buzzing. The show, adapted from the popular true crime podcast of the same name, is a fictionalized version of the very real story of Debra Newell, a wealthy divorcee who fell for a seemingly perfect man with a troubling past.
Recently, online dating turned to financial disaster for several women in the Midwest when they were duped by the same man. One woman in Ohio contacted local police when she was tricked into sending thousands of dollars to a man she met online.
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:
In the days before smartphones, dating apps, and constant internet connectivity, teenage couples would meet each other at school or through their friends, and communicate with each other primarily through phone calls (and maybe a few secret notes passed in class).