First, be truthful about yourself on your profile and you’ll attract someone with similar interests who will appreciate you for who YOU are.
Confidence is attractive, so think positive about yourself on your profile. We all have things about ourselves we want to improve upon but your profile should avoid negativism. Concentrate on what a great [...]
Did you know that Computer Mediated Relating (CMR) is a sociological term for internet dating?
This article “Mind & Meaning: Cyber couples rewrite the relationship rules” discusses how the internet is being used more and more as a dating tool for today’s singles. Singles who are increasingly more educated. Adults not satisfied with meeting people in [...]
By Russell Salzman
It has been the bane of every man’s existence for the better part of recorded history, and has caused distress and heavy drinking for single people for nearly as long. It is the inevitable topic of a column devoted to sex and relationships, published in mid-February. Its name is Valentine’s Day, and you [...]
By Lori Gottlieb
The author of a provocative new book reveals why you’re wrong about Mr. Right.
A couple of years ago, I wrote a magazine article called “Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough.” In it, I confessed that, having found myself still single at 40, I’d come to an eye-opening realization: Had [...]
By Ellen McCarthy
The year she turned 30, Rebecca Bloch started dating a nice man. The type who did the right things and was ready to commit, talking of marriage after just a few months together.
The recent law school grad had spent the previous decade in a string of failed relationships. With every new guy she [...]
Too much emphasis placed on appearance
By Steve Penner
In a recent article published in USA Today, Todd Shackleford, a psychology professor at Florida Atlantic University, who has been studying infidelity for more than 20 years, states that people with low scores on personality tests that measure conscientiousness and high scores on openness to experience also are [...]
August 5, 2009
By: Noreen Panizzoli
Statistics show that American’s are waiting until much later in life then they did just ten years ago to pursue a love relationship. With more and more people seeing the need to get a college education and have a sure footing in their careers before finding love, why should they [...]