Dating and relationship advice for women
While we don't think you necessarily need to do a dating marathon, it's often important to just get out there—especially if you feel like you’re in a rut.
So when your date goes awry, or that relationship turns out to be a dud, don't give up.
We know plenty of couples who have met while standing in line at the grocery store, a Target parking lot, even a naked reality show. Love can crop up anywhere, so get out there and keep your eyes open.
No one loves you quite like your friends do, so let them set you up with someone that they can vouch for.
To make a stellar first impression, make eye contact, smile, and focus on what he's saying, according to Susan Ro Ane, author of We've all been told that guys love the chase, but according to research, that's not exactly true.Being kind is definitely a turn on, so forget what you’ve been told about playing it ice-cold.Word-vomit happens, but one way to tank a first date is to admit how long you spent Google stalking him or accidentally blurt out, "Woah, you look exactly like my ex!One study showed that men are more attracted to responsive women, and women who were kind and warm right off the bat.