First dates can be intimidating, filled with awkward moments and uncertainty. Luckily, we've talked to an expert for some help. Keep these tips in mind and a second date is practically guaranteed.
Online dating opens you up to hundreds of thousands of potential partners, but you won't meet any of them without a great online dating profile. We know it's hard to write a profile that both represents you and attracts others, so we consulted two relationship experts to bring you some of the best online dating profile examples on the Web.
Have you ever found yourself coming home from a tough day at work, only to find your husband sitting on the couch, watching TV, with nary a scrap of food in sight (let alone a scented bath drawn for you)? And instead of getting angry, have you then found yourself cooking dinner, folding a few loads of laundry, and picking up your kids’ toys—all while he finishes up his Monday Night Football viewing session?
Since the advent of eHarmony, OKCupid, and other dating services, more and more people are taking the plunge and creating an online dating profile. However, not all profiles are created equal--some companies and individuals use them to promote themselves and get ahead in some way. We gathered our best tips for spotting a fake from the start.
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.
Sometimes in relationships, we can get blinded by the good parts. But what about the not-so-good parts? If your significant other fits any of these descriptions, it might be time to reevaluate the relationship.
Sometimes the only way to get through the daily grind is with your partner by your side. But is working with your S.O. really all it's cracked up to be? And more importantly: Could it spell trouble for your career?