3/31/2011 8:42 PM
Think you’ve finally found a long-term partner? Here are three important issues you may want to discuss before taking your relationship to the next level.
3/31/2011 4:01 PM
In the growing presence of online dating, it only seems natural that more and more couples are meeting on the Internet as opposed to in bars, at work, or at the grocery store. Still, even though it is becoming more socially acceptable to have met your match online, you may still feel uncomfortable addressing that that’s where you met. Here’s a few tips that may ease your discomfort.
3/31/2011 12:40 PM
Many singles grow anxious at the thought of chatting up a man or woman on a dating website. Whether it’s nerves, shyness, or lack of confidence, some online daters just don't know what to say. Not sure what to talk about on a dating website? Here are three simple ideas to help you get started.
3/31/2011 11:24 AM
If you've read online dating profiles, you've probably noticed how most people mention "sense of humor" among the qualities they are looking for in a mate. While some singles can make people laugh with ease, others are more comically challenged. Here are 3 simple ways to loosen up and get them laughing.
3/30/2011 2:11 PM
When you’re writing an online dating profile, it’s easy to get writer’s block or become timid – many people have trouble talking about themselves. And when your online profile is used, more or less, as an advertisement of yourself, it can put unnecessary pressure on the situation.
You may feel you need to write down something good, but also something that will appeal to a wide range of people. Due to that pressure, people may resort to using clichés in order to reach as many people as possible.
The problem with using phrases like “I’m a laid back person,” or stating that you’re “fun-loving” is that they don’t tell potential matches anything about you.