Let’s face it: dating smarter helps protect you from messy breakups and heartaches that’ll make you want to do nothing.
Earlier this week, tennis player Serena Williams declared that she’s swearing off dating for the next decade. Here’s why we object.
The first time you see your ex at a social event can be weird and awkward — if you let it.
How do you decipher if someone is being flirtatious or if they just really, really, really thought your joke was funny? (It happens.) Here are some guidelines.
Here’s the thing: every idealistic/romantic girl dreams of being proposed to like this. And on such a romantic day. And in such a romantic way. But here’s the other thing: every girl dreams of that proposal coming from the “right” guy. And I wasn’t exactly sold on my boyfriend being Mr. Right.
Never have I ever heard of foreplay coming to a screeching halt because a guy discovered stretch marks.
At the first sound of any of these lines from that guy you’ve been hoping to progress your “sort of” relationship into something more, run. Don’t walk. Do not pass go. Do not collect two hundred dollars. Just run.
If the Love Gods are in my favor this year and Mr. Oh So-Right does come along, I’ll have had one heck of a run before fully committing to changing my Facebook status to “in a relationship.”