chris hansen, compromise, dating, dealbreakers, diet, differences, Food, honeymoon stage, weight, wings
anniversary , goals , happiness , love , marriage , quality time , relationships
When Mike and I first started our relationship, we were inseparable and always enjoyed each other’s company. We’d always go out to eat together ( we immediately made the connection that we both loved food! ), and we had long enjoyable conversations about anything and everything. I still laugh whenever I think about one of the very first dates we had. I had invited him to go with me to the AMA’s, and this would be the first time we would be in the car together for over an hour drive before arriving at the Nokia Theater. I was concerned ( more like freaking out ) about what we would talk about the whole way there. I mean, that was a long drive! What if we had nothing to talk about? What if it became awkward? I don’t handle awkward very well! If this turned out to be a disaster…
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African girls don’t ask guys out, Dating, happiness, Lonely, Love, Single life, TOE
Been wondering why dating has to be so hard for me when every one else seems to be having it easy. I always feel hyperventilated when I get the question “are you seeing someone?”
I recently asked my friends to tell me why I am single. Majority of them said I don’t go out enough. While others said I don’t put myself out there enough. As a result they set me on a couple of blind dates (I didn’t like) and they signed me up for dating apps (majority of the people I met there were either creepos or misfits) so I took down the apps.
I decided to do things differently 6 months ago when I moved to a new city. I challenged myself to ask 3 guys in the new city out on a date. This is something I always said I was never going to do when…
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acceptable age gap, adventure, baggage, demanding careers, fun, good career, intimacy, kids, messy divorces, Older men, preference, privacy, younger men
“What is an acceptable age gap”? is question that has come up repeatedly in my conversations with my friends. This is of course very personal and everybody has their own preference. My own personal view is don’t go out with anyone more than 15 years older or more than 10 years younger. Older men are very attractive because they usually have a good career, income and lifestyle and generally “know what they are doing” in dating and in the bedroom. However they may come with baggage (messy divorces, kids, demanding careers) and may be reliving a lost youth and will not necessarily want to settle down with you. A younger man usually appeals to our sense of fun and adventure, yet they may be too young to settle down and may not have much financial security. It’s not that we are expecting a guy to support us, but if he…
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blog, blogger, blogging, dating, featured, fun, funny, Lifestyle, online dating, Opinion, Personal
So I think there’s enough literature out there about how awful dating is and how online dating especially is worse than getting root canal and getting your eyes clawed out by a tiger while your great Aunt Sue comments on how chubby you’ve gotten.
So this may come as a shock to you…I actually enjoy dating. I even like online dating.
Hell, I didn’t even realize until recently that I’m in the minority.
I was driving home talking to my ex on the phone chatting away about how I didn’t understand why my best friend wouldn’t give OKCupid a try. And suddenly he erupted at me:
“MAYBE SHE JUST DOESN’T LIKE DATING, RENATA!”
Nonsensical, I thought. What could be bad about dating?
Now, I do want to take a moment to point out that there is actually a dangerous side to dating, especially for women, and I understand anyone would…
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dating, love, online dating, relationships, dating, love, online dating, romance
Has social media led to the downfall of romantic gestures? Instead of sending flowers we send DM’s and instead of writing someone a heartfelt note, we comment fire emojis under the selfie we like the look of … doesn’t scream romance to me!
Where can we expect our meet cute to happen if we’re all so scared of approaching people in real life?
Meet Cute: a scene in which the two people who will form a future romantic couple meet for the first time.
‘Playing’ Tinder is our latest boredom buster. One of the many dating apps we forget about until we realise we haven’t had any easily accessible attention for a while. We post half naked pictures onto our Instagram feeds because we revel in the fleeting appreciation we get from random strangers. Most of us leave our profiles on public because we enjoy being seen by others. But…
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