ASK A COACH: There’s a lot I like about being single after 19 years of marriage. But with the holidays coming up, I’m concerned about feeling left out. Can you suggest some strategies for me?
Taking a break from dating can give you an energy boost, renewed hope and enthusiasm. When you’re ready for your comeback, follow these helpful tips to make the most of your fresh start.
ASK A COACH: The same thing keeps happening on most of my first dates. The men talk all about themselves and barely ask any questions about me. What’s going on? Don’t they want to get to know me?
You had a good time on the first date, but you’re not feeling attracted to him. Should you go out with him again?
Are you hesitant to strike up a conversation with a stranger? Talking to new people can change lives for the better. Maybe you’ll even meet “The One!” Learn how to make the first move with confidence.
The Wrong Guy Test will help you figure out if your date has one of the most important qualities needed to build a loving, healthy relationship with you.
It’s hard to put your best foot forward on a first date when you’re nervous or stressed. Our eight tips will help you release your first date jitters and feel more chill so you can be fully present and fabulous on your date.
Choosing photos for your online dating profile can be stressful. Pick ones that will help you get noticed and allow you to represent yourself in an authentic way. Here’s how.
ASK A COACH: I’m a divorced 53 year old woman. I’m not comfortable dating online. Where should I go to meet single men in person?
ASK A COACH: What should I say when someone asks me that awful question, “How are you still single?”
We have all heard the old adage – don’t judge a book by its cover. But how many of us actually heed this sage advice, especially when on a first date?
The coldest winter months are known as the “cuffing season” by many unattached women and men. Is cuffing a real phenomenon? Researchers have discovered that temperature impacts romantic behavior. Find out how.