Nicole Erin is sharing her thoughts and insights about what she learned spending two years on the online dating scene. She had a lot of fun and learned a lot about people and herself but nothing about love and how to be in a relationship.
You just need a casual date, a night out, you feel bored or a free dinner? Great! Start swiping! Online dating is great for people with a lack of commitment and free of heart but not the best for a hopeless romantic and old soul.
Here is what she learned Read More
Attraction—we know it when we feel it. And it’s not all about looks. If you were to name the top five people you love to spend time with, it is highly unlikely your list would reflect merely the five most physically attractive people you know.
We all have people in our lives who make us feel happy, people we love to be around. On the flip side, there are people we try to avoid because they make us feel stressed and emotionally drained. What accounts for the difference? Perhaps, no surprise, it has nothing to do with the way they look.
Research reveals how attraction to others is really about us. Read More
Online dating was once considered a taboo because couples used to meet in real life. But nowadays, the number of couples meeting online has been doubled in the last decade to about 1-in-5 as more and more people are “matching” online. The chart below is from the “How Couple Meet and Stay Together” survey by Stanford University.
In this chart, you can see a significant shift in the way couples meet others and demonstrate how our changing communication habits are driving massive growth in the online dating market. Read More
Starting a communication with a new girl or a stranger has always been a hard nut to crack, because of the fear that one might get judged. The most common question is “How do I start a conversation with them?”.
To navigate through this awkward social situation, you need to have a handful of questions up your sleeve. Read More