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Online Dating Websites Most Frequently Used By Older Adults

By Margarita Nahapetyan Contrary to the common belief that online dating is only for the young individuals, the new research by two Bowling Green State University professors of gerontology states that people over the age of 50 are the fastest growing demographic searching for love online. However, older generation may be looking for different qualities in their relationships than their younger peers. Researchers Dr. Wendy K. Watson an

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Men Spend More Money When There are Fewer Women to Date

By Margarita Nahapetyan How much are men willing to spend while dating highly depends on a number of women available around them, claims a new research by the University of Minnesota scientists. According to the new findings, gender ratio, or the percentage of single men versus single women in a certain geographic area, has a significant impact on economic decisions such as how much money a man is willing to spend, borrow or save. In

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Most Women Rather Not Date Unemployed Men

By Margarita Nahapetyan It turns out that the real problem for unemployed men is not that they cannot pay their bills, but that they actually cannot get dates, a new survey has revealed. It's Just Lunch, a dating service for busy professionals, found that more than 75 per cent of women are unwilling to date a man who does not have a job. However, when it comes to the ladies themselves, they are still in demand regardless of being employed or not.

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Why People Lie On Online Dating Services?

By Margarita Nahapetyan Individuals who tend to lie on online dating services are probably people pleasers who are trying to present themselves in the best light in order to get someone to like them, just the same way as they would do if you meet them face-to-face. To this conclusion came a University of Kansas researcher Jeffrey Hall, assistant professor of communication studies, who said that while the Internet plays a more importan

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Finding a Perfect Match Online: Does It Really Work?

By Margarita Nahapetyan Just a decade ago, browsing dating websites was considered as a last chance for the desperate to find a soul mate, but today millions of people use dating websites where they can comb hundreds and thousands of profiles in order to find a perfect match. However, a group of five US psychology professors who specialize in the study of human relationships, released a report explaining that browsing dating websites

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Dating Violence and Abuse on the Rise in Middle School

By Margarita Nahapetyan A new nationwide survey for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Blue Shield of California released its findings last week, suggesting that even middle school students can become victims of psychological and physical dating violence. The report, titled "Starting Strong: Building Healthy Teen Relationships," found that abusive relationships can begin as early as grade seven, with more than 30 per cent of 1,43

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Romantic Dates

Excerpted from Cheap Dates: Fun, Creative and Romantic Dates That Won't Break Your Budget By Steven C. Smith Looking to add a little romance to your new dating relationship? Or perhaps you're in a long-term relationship and feel it's time to rekindle the sentimental and amorous moments from the early stages of your courtship. Whatever your current situation, don't despair. It's never too late to be romantic, nor is it ever too late to be romanced. This chapter is full o

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New Generation Prefers Internet To Dating

By Margarita Nahapetyan It turns out that Internet has become a basic need, ranking as important as air, water, food and shelter for one in three college students and young professionals who took part in the latest global survey by leading communications and collaboration networking giant Cisco. The new survey is based on the second annual Cisco Connected World Technology Report that analyzes the connection between human behavior, the

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The Purposes and Pitfalls of Dating

Excerpted from Toward A Growing Marriage: Building the Love Relationship of your Dreams By Gary D. Chapman I have met many Christian college students who have given up on dating. They have found it to be a road strewn with heart-hurt, physical frustration, misunderstanding, and untold bother, all of which add up to a "bad trip." "Why date? I'll just wait till God brings the right one into my life and avoid all the dating hassle," they reason. Ar

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Getting to Know You

Excerpted from Men Like Women Who Like Themselves: And Other Secrets That the Smartest Women Know By Steven Carter, Julia Sokol Myth: It was "love" at first sight. Fact: Spell it l-u-s-t. Sometimes it lasts. Too often it doesn't. THE SMARTEST WOMAN KNOWS ... No matter how powerful the attraction, no matter how unique the chemistry, and no matter how promising the potential, getting to know another human being is a proce

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Courage in Suffering

Excerpted from A Man Worth Waiting For; How to Avoid a Bozo By Jackie Kendall Don't necessarily enjoy sports on TV, but I do like watching the last few minutes of an event. I have always enjoyed seeing a man's response when he wins or loses. On Sunday, July 23, 2006, I was washing dishes and catching the last few minutes of the British Open. When Tiger Woods won, he turned to give a celebration hug to his caddy. The hug lasted longer than one would have expected. Then t

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Online Daters Do Not Lie About Themselves

By Margarita Nahapetyan People who tell lies during online dating are probably people pleasers who want to present themselves in the best light, both online and offline, according to a new research by the University of Kansas professor. The study also found that when fibs do happen, both women and men turn out to be equally guilty. In a survey of more than 5,000 American individuals who use an online dating service on a regular basis

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Men's Eyes Reveal Their Intentions

By Margarita Nahapetyan Ladies are constantly trying to figure out whether men are looking for a long-term relationship or just a brief fling and now the scientists have the answer to this dilemma. It was just revealed that the secret to reading what a man wants is simply down to his eyes. The experts say that if a man maintains eye contact for longer period of time, he is thinking of his date as a potential long-term partner. However

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Ms. Soul Mate Dating Personality

Excerpted from Ms. Typed: Discover Your True Dating Personality and Rewrite Your Romantic Future By Michelle R. Callahan, Ph.D. Ms. Soul Mate believes her purpose in life is to be in a relationship. She sees every man she dates as a potential soul mate, instead of enjoying dating and being selective about with whom she pursues a relationship. She believes that life doesn't exist outside of dating. She wants every man she dates to be "the one so she can finally stop look

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Women Appear To Be Not That Picky When Choosing A Partner

By Margarita Nahapetyan The scientists have found that when it comes to dating, women, in fact, do not appear to be any choosier than men, as it was believed before. According to the speed dating study, when women were assigned to the traditionally male role of selecting potential romantic partners, they were not any pickier than men in choosing that special someone to date. Eli Finkel and Paul Eastwick, social psychologists at Northw

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Women, Talk More When Flirting With Men!

By Margarita Nahapetyan When it comes to flirting with a new acquaintance, a woman should forget her shy smiles and pointed small talk to avoid misunderstanding of her intentions from the opposite side. Men are not able to "read" hints even if they are accompanied by flirty body language, and prefer the direct communication when being approached by women, concluded the new research on this matter. Scientists at the Bucknell University

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What Is Good To Know About The First Date

By Margarita Nahapetyan Getting ready for a first date can be quite hard and nerve-wracking, even for the most mature and sophisticated individuals. The best thing to do is to take it easy and tell yourself that you are going to have fun no matter what happens. Once you decided for yourself that you are going to spend a good time, then most probably it will happen that way. Of course, it is very important to make a good first impressi

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Dating Up; Dump the Schlump and Find a Quality Man

Excerpted from Dating Up; Dump the Schlump and Find a Quality Man By J. Courtney Sullivan Lo-ser \ lii-z&r \ n: 1 : One that loses especially consistently 2 : One who is incompetent or unable to succeed; also : something doomed to fail or disappoint. Down-dater \ doun-'dater \ n: A woman of good character, sound mind, solid education, and great ambition, who cannot seem to tear herself apart from starving artists, men with money but no heart

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Manifesting Your Desired Encounter - Let Love Find You

Excerpted from Let Love Find You: Seven Steps to Open Your Heart to Love By John Selby Another primary reason so many people haven't yet met their true love is found in the seemingly magical dynamic that suddenly brings two people together in such a way that they instantly recognize each other, and surrender to the magnetic pull of sexual love. This mysterious process that pulls two compatible people towards each other is a process that can be entirely dormant and block

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Act Like You Want To Marry A Mensch

Excerpted from How to Marry a Mensch: The Love Coach's Guide to Finding Your Mate By Robin Gorman Newman You may ask, "Why all this talk about a mensch?" Perhaps you haven't heard the word before. You're going to have to trust me here in suggesting (or should I say demanding?) that you seek one out. Okay.... do I sound too much like your mother, favorite aunt or grandmother? The last thing I want to do is get on your back about it. However, let me say that you will abso

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The Single Girl's Guide

Excerpted from Finding Mr. Write: A New Slant on Selecting the Perfect Mate By Beverley East The midnight hour is here again and your prince didn't come-another night alone. As little girls we are socialized to believe that our prince or knight in shining armor will come and sweep us off our feet. That's what the storybooks told us. Well, they lied. The pressure becomes more intense the older we get So there is a mad race to get to the finish line. Our biological clocks

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The Secret to Knowing If He's Mr. Right

Excerpted from Is He Mr. Right? Everything You Need to Know Before You Commit By Mira Kirshenbaum So how do you know if your guy is right for you? I've spent most of my life looking for the answer to that question, and I'm sure you have too. I've rounded up all the usual suspects-love, compatibility, a consensus among your girlfriends, you name it-and I've tried to discover, If this is what you have starting out, do you end up with a happy, healthy, long-lasting relatio

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The Golden Rule of Flirting

Excerpted from Fine Art of Flirting By Joyce Jillson Flirting is a mental game. And how you feel about flirting is really the prime asset any successful flirt can have. That's why great flirts observe the Golden Rule of Flirting. Flirting doesn't require great logic, only diligence. Which is why Descartes wasn't a flirt, but Marilyn Monroe was. If Descartes had been a flirt, instead of writing, "I think, therefore I am," he'd have written, "I fl

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Mama Had a Kung Fu Grip - Fool in Love

Excerpted from Fool in Love: One Man's Search for Romance ... Or Something Like It By Steven Ivory In the supermarket, a mother was having a dispute with her son, who looked to be about nine years old. "I said that's it, I don't want to discuss it again, ever! And don't bring it up again!" This was the kid talking. He stormed out of the cereal aisle, followed by his mother, who-looking equal part

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The Netherlands

Excerpted from Around the World in 80 Dates By Jennifer Cox He ordered for both of them: "Two toast with butter and ... d'you want a coffee, Debs?" She nodded without looking up from her handbag-rummaging. "And two coffees: a latte coffee and an ordinary one." The North Terminal of Gatwick Airport didn't exactly smack of romance, but it positively reverberated with relationships and everyday intimacies. It was awash with people who had shared ma

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