Love and dating blog
It was summer, and my roommate was getting married, as well as many other people I knew, in a short period of time. Read more The term “hard to get” needs no explanation.
It seemed fitting to read a book of essays about going to weddings, and having... We all know what it means because each one of us has probably experienced it firsthand.
What simple piece of wisdom or guidance resonated with them, and why was it so meaningful?
On Learning From Heartbreak When I was 16, the love of my young life (yes, Joe B., this means you) dumped me.
Most people describe dating as a mixed emotional experience filled with excitement and hope, and heightened nerves and insecurities.
" I clearly remember wailing, "But, I want this one." She said, "All things happen for a reason.
While there is some truth to these concepts - because none of us wants to be with someone exactly like us in every way - two people... Read more No matter if you love or hate texting, it’s hard to escape the “texting phase” in a budding relationship.
Read more I read Save the Date, mostly on my front porch, in a hammock. In the best case, it’s an exchange of witty one-liners and fascinating reveals that create a slow build of anticipation to chatting on the phone...
Food is an essential part of love and dating, from those tentative first dinner dates to making soup for a lover when they’re stuck at home sick.
The vocabulary that lovers use is food obsessed – “honeybun”, “sugar”, “sweet thing” – and this is not entirely separate from our desire to nibble and otherwise devour …[ read more ] Always eager to stay on top of the latest dating tips, the Whats Your Price staff has compiled their favorite up and coming dating trends sure to up your game both online and off! Netflix and Thrill: Just in time for April Fool’s Day, “Netflix and Thrill” proves that women still love the funny guy!