Most of the people that write about online dating write about what’s wrong with it. I mean, that’s what news is – emphasize the bad, misery loves company, etc.
Turn on the TV and it’s not about kittens being saved from trees, but drive-by shootings.
We're mature and real, and lord knows we don't have time to throw our own temper tantrums when we've got kids doing it for us.
We want you to be our refuge, our safe harbor and our grown-up playmate. Great Sex Speaking of playmates — our hormones have done a lot of things and the likelihood is that we're in our 40s or close to it, which means, gentlemen, that we're in our sexual prime.
To her shock and bemusement, there was a new term to describe what she had been doing most of her life — dating younger men.
I was curious as to what your real opinion is of online dating.
Don't you wanna be the guy at the receiving end of that? No Biological Clock Ticking At You I hear this from guys all the time: "If I date a woman in her 30s, she wants to know where it's going and when we're getting married and having babies within, like, 3 months!
But if I date a woman in her 20s we have nothing in common." Well, guys, here we are! You're not gonna meet them unless this gets serious.
Dating's hard enough when you're single -- but what about when you're a single parent? How long before you introduce him or her to your kids?
No doubt having a little one in tow can raise the stakes, but it can also raise a lot of tough questions. For answers to these and other burning questions about single-parent dating, turned to six single moms -- some of whom have already remarried -- for key advice to surviving in today's dating world, and for surviving single parenting in general!
Here's what they had to say: Single mom Honoree Corder believes in the power of personal happiness.