Dating advice articles
It's not a situation that anyone wants to experience when dating a new love interest. That moment when your partner turns to you and says 'I'm in love with you' - and you don't have the same feelings for them. What do you do? Read more »24 comments
So you meet a new person online and they seem to have real potential. You have a few phone calls and then catch up for a coffee and the first date goes really well. However, as the month rolls by some cracks begin to appear. Read more »110 comments
It's an exciting time when you decide to throw yourself into the dating game and start to meet different singles. It takes courage and patience and comes with plenty of highs and lows along the way. Not surprisingly, you may sometimes experience dating fatigue whereby you lose your passion for the process. Read more »80 comments
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It can be a little nerve-wracking and daunting when you meet someone online and decide to take it to the next level and meet up with them in person. Up until then, you've been able to banter by email, texts and phone calls - but now it's time for a face to face. Read more »66 comments
It's never pleasant to get your heart broken, but it's a part of the whole dating process. Falling in love means putting yourself out there, and that can sometimes lead to heartache along the way. But that shouldn't make you retreat to eating ice cream on the couch, watching movies every Friday and Saturday night. Rather, you have to learn how to pick yourself up after a setback and stay in the game. Read more »115 comments
When you first meet a love interest there are many things that can affect your levels of compatibility. For instance, a difficult upbringing, a past painful break-up, over-involved parents, excessive work hours and/or toxic friends. Another element that may come into the mix is their birth order. Read more »11 comments
Dating in today's world can involve all sorts of different agendas and expectations. For instance, many singles are looking for a long-term relationship but on the other hand, there are also singles that only want to have fun and keep things causal. Read more »100 comments
One of the key messages I tell singles all the time is that to find the right one - you have to get good at saying 'no' to the wrong ones. However, you also need to keep in mind that when you do this, you need to be respectful and gentle with your approach.
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Ever been out with a person who you initially thought had great potential as a long-term partner but then they constantly let you down in the maturity department? A partner who appeared to be an adult, but actually wanted to continue to live like a child. If you have experienced this, then you've officially dated a 'kidult'.
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So you've woken up the next morning after having an amazing first date. You've jumped out of bed, had a shower and got dressed - all the time running over in your head everything that happened. What you did, what you talked about and what overall impression you left on them. You think that it was a hugely successful experience - but you're not 100% sure? So how do you really know if they're into you and want to see you again? Read more »92 comments