Truth: dating is exhausting. Before you’ve even started a connection with someone you’re questioning everything about it, them, their intentions, the timeline of events – It. Is. Endless. Stop all of the rhetorical questioning and get some answers from our article on why he hasn’t asked you on a date yet. Read More
The hardest part about breaking up is the friendship that you lose when all has been said and done. Chances are your partner wasn’t just a lover, but your greatest cheerleader, your confidante, your best friend! So, what do you do after the break up? Is it okay to stay friends with an ex? There’s only one way to determine if friendship with an ex is possible, and that’s by making the ultimate “pros and cons” list. Read More
1) Your Ex(es)
This is always a red flag. Discussing your ex(es) is number one out of all the topics to avoid on the phone with a guy. Why focus on the past when you can focus all your energies on a new potential partner? Talking about your exes and how horrible (or super awesome) they were will give off the signal to your phone chat partner that there may still be lingering feelings and that you might not be ready to move on just yet. Read More
Winning Them Back
There’s no better way to win an ex back than by showing them how better off you are without them. Don’t unfriend your ex on social media, otherwise they’ll miss out on all the achievements you earn and how hot you are. Seriously, they’ll be regretting the day they broke things off with the wonderful you! Read More
Most people would say that fighting with their partner isn’t high on the list of fun things to do together; but hey, it happens! You can’t ALWAYS agree on everything; but honestly, you shouldn’t want to.
Experts reveal that some arguing is actually healthy in a relationship – read on for how arguments can actually benefit your relationship. Read More
It’s all in the stars! Here’s what you can tell about your date by their zodiac sign. Is it headed for destiny or disaster?
Capricorn (December 22 – January 19)
Capricorns need a partner who’s alright with being thrown into their balance of work and play. They need a partner who can introduce fun to them, as Capricorns throw themselves into work and forget to take a breather. They have an offbeat sense of humour, which makes up for their workaholic tendencies and while they are driven by success, money and status, what truly drives a Capricorn (even though they might not openly admit it!) is love. Read More
We’ve all had to do it at least once and we’ve all experienced it before: the dreaded breakup. It’s usually always uncomfortable on both sides and sometimes, you’re just clueless on how to go about it. What’s right? What’s wrong? We’ll tell you how with these top 3 tips on how to breakup with someone the right way: Read More
Had a great first phone date, but aren’t sure if you should make that second call? Starting a connection over the phone can be tricky for the most seasoned of daters – check these tips for how to tell if a person is worth the second phone call.
They Ask You about YOU
A great phone conversation (or any conversation for that matter) should be all about the give and take. Look for questions being thrown your way about life, your thoughts, your family, etc., after or before your phone partner answers some of his/her own. The back and forth makes for an engaging chat, but also proves that you’re not talking to someone who is totally self-absorbed. Read More
There’s nothing more disappointing than connecting with a date everywhere, but in the bedroom! You know the story: the conversation is easy, your personalities work perfectly together and then you have sex – and it’s awful. Not sure how to deal? We’ve got a few options (from the extreme to the super mature) that just might make it all easier. Read More
Hobby or Support Groups
Seeking out people with common interests is a great way to expand your social circle and perhaps find the one you’ve been looking for all your life! Having an interest in the same hobby is already an ice breaker on its own and gives you an introduction to meeting people in a shared interests group. Read More