Being in love can influence a lot of things in your life–like your Saturday night plans or your Facebook relationship status.
I was one step away from finishing my first online dating profile when I was stopped dead in my tracks. I somehow needed to find a photograph that captured the essence of the comfortable-wearing-a-tuxedo-as-blue-jeans-ballroom-dancing-skinny-dip-loving-cuddle-crazy-macho-poet Frankenstein that I created in my bio. No photograph that I had could compete with that.
Now you have successfully overcome all the hurt, anxiety and struggles of a divorce or split. The good thing is that you find being a single parent such a very rewarding stage in your life.
Online dating used to be the place for the outcasts and misfits to go in hopes of finding love. But not anymore. Today, online dating has exploded in popularity and now boasts millions of monthly users.
Valentine’s Day allows men to have an opportunity to show their romantic nature and let the woman in their lives know how much he cares. But why do men seem to care less about Valentine’s day than women?
There are plenty of things that can go wrong in life. Valentine’s Day is one occasion that often seems to attract some disasters.
Valentines day is looming and for many of us singletons, this is the perfect opportunity for us to declare our love to that special someone we’ve had our eyes on.
When two people are going out, the time around the holidays can be tricky. After all, there is meeting your partner’s family, traveling, and the all-important ritual of gift giving.
If you’re looking for something besides roses and chocolates for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day, consider some of these great ideas. Rather than just giving her a gift, you’ll also be giving her a special memory that she can cherish for life.