The New York Times Modern Love column is one of my favs. It offers a range of fascinating, nuanced stories of regular folks' journeys falling in and out of love. Stories that are messy, complicated, heartfelt, and emotional - much like dating itself. And one of the most popular essays ever published . . .
I'm happy to share a guest post from my friend Jonathan Bird, Managing Director of UK dating site Singles Warehouse. (If anyone knows the bad habits online daters have, it's this guy!) Read on for tips about making your dating profile work for you. (Yes, even while you sleep.) Online Dating, . . .
Men are from Mars, women are from Venus, amiright?? Ok, enough with the tired references, but I have to admit, there's some truth to this. Men and women look at the world differently, we were raised differently, and we were treated differently (at least in most cultures), so it's to be expected . . .
Whenever I talk with someone about dating, the subject of texting inevitably comes up. Most people want to know the "sweet spot" - the perfect period of time to wait before texting the object of your affection so that you look interested, but not desperate. Then I read this excellent advice piece on . . .
I live in L.A., and if there's one thing I love hearing about it's a new dating service. Especially one that focuses on real-life interaction and not just swiping left and right, with messages that go nowhere. So when I heard about dating website Let's Mingle with Singles, (which is based in Las . . .
I came across this rather depressing article on Bustle written by a young woman (still in her twenties) who has decided to delete all her dating apps. I get it, I really do. How many times can you swipe before feeling that it's all so pointless? Text messages that end in silence. Ghosting. Dates . . .