If your attempts at using the popular dating app Tinder have resulted in disappointment, your profile could be to blame. Discover 10 of the mistakes women are most likely to make when attempting to use the popular mobile platform to find love matches.
Breakups are tough. Breaking up with a guy who refuses to hear you is tougher. We chatted with relationship experts April Masini and Jeanette Raymond to bring you the best advice for how to break up with your boyfriend. Keep reading, and stay strong, sister.
This English bar knows that Tinder dates don't always turn out exactly as planned, and now they're doing something about it.
A long, cold winter can put a serious damper on your mood and your relationship. Fret not, love birds. We've talked with relationship experts to get date ideas that won't break the bank (and will have you wishing Punxsutawney Phil retreats right back into his burrow). Snuggle up with your honey and start planning your next date night with these 15 creative winter date ideas.
Technically, you and your man both speak English. And certain phrases — "Would you pass the salt?" "Do you know where the remote is?" — can pass between you without ambiguity. But let's face it, the language of love can sometimes get confusing. We've compiled a list of some of men's most cryptic statements, as well as questions that will help you uncover the real deal.
What's the likelihood that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are made for each other? How well-matched are Bachelorette Emily Maynard and her suitors? According to San Francisco dating site Soul2Match, it's written in their head shots. According to the site, compatibility is based on shared values, which can be detected in facial features. Drawing on the age-old observation that long-term couples tend to resemble each other and the studies that show we look for ourselves in potential mates, Soul2Match uses biometric software to analyze facial features and bone structure in order to predict soulmate-ness. While the technology doesn't take into account color (as in race and hair color aren't accounted for), the software scans the faces of the potential lovebirds for shared features, which the founders believe strongly correlate to shared personality traits and values. Hey, we've conjectured on Hollywood love based on much less evidence. According to the site, a compatibility score of at least 70 percent is deemed a great match. For context, Soul2Match found President Obama and Michelle have a score of 84 percent (No wonder—did you see their adorbs kiss-cam moment?!), while Kim K and Kris Humphries have a score at just 27 percent (Similar initials just doesn't cut it.). Let's hop aboard the Wild Assumption Express and take a look at the compatibility scores of some of Hollywood's hottest romances. Will Miley and Liam make it to the altar?! Has eternal bachelor George Clooney finally found the supermodel made for him?! Do RPatz and KStew share the same dull expression that will stand the test of time?! I can barely contain myself.
Wouldn't it be great if you could smear some substance all over your body or consume a particular concoction and men would come flocking to you in massive hordes, vying for your love? While science has yet to prove that there are any magical love potions that produce this effect, there have been peculiar theories and legends over the centuries. Join us on a journey from ancient Egypt to the psychedelic '70s to modern day to revisit some kooky advice on how to snag yourself a man.
There are certain things about men, women, and dating that we believe to be fact. While men think about sex on the regular, women endlessly talk about their feelings. While many men fear commitment, women want to walk down the aisle ASAP. These are stereotypes, of course, encouraged by "Cosmo" and "Sex and the City," but what if we were to tell you that most of what you thought to be true is myth? According to recent studies by Match.com and eHarmony, the truth about relationships is far from what you'd expect. In honor of Valentine's Day, we've rounded up some of the most shocking stats about singles. Click on to have your romantic notions turned upside down!
A University of Pittsburgh student took a leap of love to impress a girl early Tuesday morning. Spoiler alert––it didn't end well.
When you're in a long-term relationship, it's likely that at some point you will start to feel taken for granted. Don't bail just yet; there are a bunch of easy ways you can get your partner to appreciate you again, whether it means being a little less available or developing your own distinctive identity. Here are 10 simple tips to avoid being taken for granted by your partner.
Thanks to an ingenious Instagram account, Ryan Lochte and several other flawless Olympians have been discovered on Tinder.
A tech whiz from San Francisco created a software to swipe right and message women on several dating apps.
When you get tired of catching fictional Pokemon, why not get a real-life date out of it too?
Ahh, the modern age. Science and technology have made life so convenient and digital. You can use the Internet to make an appointment at the DMV and control your house's thermostat with your phones. But although many things have gotten easier, dating has only gotten more complicated. For example, on the Style Network's reality show "Sperm Donors," a man confessed to his fiancé over drinks that he'd fathered 70 children. His bride-to-be managed to keep her martini from coming out of her nose and she even blamed herself for "not asking the right questions."; Apparently it's no longer enough just to ask if a potential mate wants children; now a girl's gotta ask, "How many biological offspring have your college sperm donations produced?" Before you get engaged—or even serious with a new steady—the questions that need to be asked and answered have definitely changed. Here are a few we'd recommend sorting out before it's too late.
When it comes to pinpointing what matters most in a mate, I tend to waffle between intangibles like a sense of humor and well-developed communication skills. But for millions of singles in cyberspace, the deciding factors are far less enigmatic. Some people just want a pal who's committed every square foot of the Starship Enterprise to memory and will dress up like Spock every third Tuesday of the month. Everybody's got their somethin', and thanks to the ever-expanding world of niche online dating, even the most discerning among us is sure to find our pointy-eared match.
For those days when you just can't with online dating.
Have you ever been catfished? It can happen to almost anyone. Discover 5 spooky signs that your internet dating interest isn't who they claim to be!
Breaking up is hard to do, but with your favorite ice cream, a warm blanket, and a few of the best breakup songs on the radio, it can be just a little bit better. We've compiled a list of some of our favorite cry-your-eyes-out, sing-through-the-pain songs to get you back out there in the dating pool.
No doubt about it--dating can be tough. Don't make it worse by sabotaging the relationship from the very beginning. We talked to several relationship experts who explain what NOT to do on a first date.
No, filling out paperwork is not very sexy. But if you and your S.O. move in together, a cohabitation agreement is a smart move for everyone involved.
You don't get a second chance to make a first impression, just as you don't get a second chance at a first date. A little pre-date planning could be the difference between "Nice to meet you" and "When can I see you again?" Start brainstorming with this list of good first-date ideas.
Living together before marriage isn't as taboo as it used to be, which means a growing number of couples now say "I'll move" before they say "I do."