Keen to meet someone this summer? Here are some tried and tested ways where you can be out and about enjoying the amazing weather and also meet men… 1. Find a dog to walk Take a friends dog for a walk in the local park, good times to go include lunchtimes, after work or on the weekend. Then, while walking your dog, smile at men as you pass by. People (men included) are more willing to stop to talk to someone who has an attractive (make sure it’s friendly, too) puppy with them
Summer is an amazing time for dating, everyone is in a good mood and ready to go out and enjoy themselves, how can you make the most of the summer and have a great time dating? 1 Know what you want Is it a relationship? Is it a summer romance? Perhaps you broke up from your long term relationship earlier in the year and you are wanting to get back in the swing of dating and have some fun, particularly if your last relationship wasn’t the best at the end. Whatever you are look
Some people make a bigger impact in your life than you’d like to admit. You don’t even understand how it happened. It was supposed to be casual, a fling. Nothing of importance. But your feelings for this person developed on their own, without permission. Before you knew it, you were pinning for them. They showed up, won you over, and now they’re done — but you’ve been unable to quit. You would never have allowed something like this to happen if you had been paying attention,
“Red flags are moments of hesitation that determine our destination.” ― Mandy Hale It’s easy to spot red flags in hindsight.
People who’ve been in a toxic relationship nearly always say the warning signs were there from the start. But if they felt uneasy about some of their partner’s behaviours, they let them go. They were in love, after all. And they had no idea those behaviours were a sign of where the relationship was heading. It’s only when you’re on the other side of a t
I spent a long time avoiding one-night stands. They made me feel uncomfortable in a way that was difficult to describe. In the end, I figured the uneasiness just came with the territory of being a hopeless romantic. It turns out, it wasn't about romance. I'm actually quite okay with sleeping with someone I don't love. The reason why I always refused to go home with relative strangers was a different one entirely: I didn’t like the way they treated me. I thought one night stan
Because they know what you’re worth to them... Are you a loving partner? We all like to think we’re on the money with this one. But the truth is most of us fall into the “could do better” category. Perfect doesn’t exist inside relationships — so that’s not the goal. The goal is to be as loving and supportive as you can, and to make an honest contribution to your relationship. Obviously, that’s easier said than done. But the very first step is to rule out the things that will