Blog: Dating Advice
Platonic relationships do involve love, but this is not to be confused with love seen within romantic relationships.
New York has a wealth of fantastic date locations whether you’ve been dating for five minutes or five years.
Whether you just came out of a decades-long relationship or you’ve been single for a while now, approaching the dating scene in your 40's can be a daunting prospect. But there are many ways of meeting eligible singletons that are both time-efficient and easy for the nervous dater.
The best plan to tackle Valentine’s Day is to plan a day around you and your brilliant friends who might also be in the same boat. Here’s some ideas on both sides of the pond that don’t involve sitting at a table for one in a restaurant full of couples.
Does your partner perceive you as someone who exists primarily to serve their happiness? Do they value you as a person? If you’re still weighing up the pros and cons of getting together with someone, it’s very much worth your time and effort to have a dialogue with them about their values, their views and their perception of what love really means.
Holding hands, frequent hugs, regular compliments . . . These aspects of relationships may wane as we become more established and ‘normal life’ takes over. Perhaps all it takes is a few acts of kindness and consideration for the needs of both you and your partner to keep the spark alive.
We all have separate goals for our relationship, where we want it to go, what we want from it and how we expect to be treated.
Mutual respect is at the heart of a healthy relationship, but understand that the occasional argument or disagreement isn’t the end of the world.
Asking for relationship advice, whether it’s from a friend, family member of professional can sometimes be a little tricky.
There’s a huge amount of first date advice out there but when it comes to that all-important — or perhaps even more important — second date, the advice becomes a little thin on the ground. Read on for my top 7 conversations topics that will see you through.
It’s no secret that relationships take work.