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Articles Tagged - relationships

Couples with Different Sleep Schedules will Inevitably Fight

By Doctor Date, Posted in Dating Tips

Couples who cohabitate often sleep better than singles. But if you have different sleep schedules, you can kiss that benefit goodbye. Sometimes it’s work that forces one person up early and the other to stay up late, perhaps working the late shift. At other times, it's just that each person’s natural sleep and waking rhythm doesn’t sync up. One is a morning person while the other loves to stay up late.Research shows that those couples who go to bed at different times have significantly les... read more.

The Most Important Quality for a Partner to Have

By Doctor Date, Posted in Dating Tips

Dating advice on the internet abounds. Oftentimes these come in the form of listicles announcing the most important characteristics to look for in a mate. But there is really only one quality you should be looking for, the most important one. Many people have a sketch of what they are looking for. Then there are those who have a long list of guidelines their potential mate is required to have. But one of the reasons why these sketches and lists don’t work is that often we meet someone who doesn’... read more.

Are you in Love with two Different People?

By Doctor Date, Posted in Dating Tips

 Is there such a thing as too much of a good thing? This is a special type of conundrum that comes up on occasion in dating, being in love with two people at once. Of course it’s flattering when two are enchanted by you. It can be a particular kind of excruciating pleasure to find out who you are supposed to be with. Those in this situation often feel stuck in a unique predicament. But you can’t imagine how many people run into this problem. The crux of the issue is can you love two people... read more.

Are you and your Partner a Good Match?

By Doctor Date, Posted in Dating Tips

 Sometimes within the physical realm everything is phenomenal in a relationship, but your values tend to clash. It can be difficult then to evaluate whether or not you and your partner are good for each other in this circumstance. In fact our mating evaluation system tends to be evolutionary instead of psychological. On a genetic level, we are pre-programmed to look for someone who is different enough from us so as not to have the same genes, but similar enough so that the relationship has a shot.So ho... read more.

Have Priorities in Dating

By Doctor Date, Posted in Dating Tips

Do you have priorities or preferences while dating? A preference is a certain type you find appealing, a certain look or swag. But priorities are the things you need in a relationship, such as trustworthiness, positivity, supportiveness, good communication, a great sense of humor, physical and psychological chemistry, and so forth.Most people date only for their preferences. They get together with whoever flips their switch. But without much in common, things are exciting. They burn twice as bright, but las... read more.

Making a Relationship Last Beyond the Honeymoon Phase

By Doctor Date, Posted in Dating Tips

There are lots of daters who revel in the honeymoon phase. Long, passionate kisses, seemingly endless phone conversations, dinners and adventures, fill their time together. But when this stage dissolves, too often so does the relationship. Usually, the spell begins to unwind through snarky comments, an ignored faux pas or when the couple’s first major issue raises its ugly head. This is when a distance grows and both parties start to wonder if the relationship has staying power or if it's doomed to fa... read more.

Advice for Engaging a Healthy Long-Term Relationship

By Doctor Date, Posted in Relationship Advice

Intimacy is a human need. When we are in a loving relationship, we feel complete. But it can be hard to maintain a long-term loving relationship. Some people have no idea of what a healthy long-term relationship is or what is to be expected.Getting Past AttractionAttraction may kick off a relationship, but how do you continue into it? Common interests and passions make dating easier, but you should consider more than just easy talking points when looking for a long-term relationship: What are their values?... read more.

Study Says Nice Guys Do Finish Last

By Doctor Date, Posted in Dating Tips

While it has been said that nice guys finish last, unfortunately, science confirmed it.A recent study that popped up in the journal Personality and Social Psychology found that while nice girls finish first, nice guys...not so much. To clarify, men are attracted to women who seem nice upon first meeting them, but women weren’t attracted to nice men. Researchers from three institutions – the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Israel’s Interdisciplinary Center, and the University of... read more.

Love or Lust? The Eyes Can Tell!

By Doctor Date, Posted in Dating Tips

Ever wondered whether you and your partner are really in love or if it's just of infatuation? According to a new study, the eyes tell all!To get specific, where your date looks at you can determine whether they’ve been hit by cupid’s arrow or something a bit more primal: if your significant other lays their eyes squarely on your face, they are more interested in your as a romantic partner, but if they are looking more at your body, they desire you in another way entirely.Researchers from two dif... read more.

Are You In an Irrelationship?

By Doctor Date, Posted in Dating Tips

While relationships can be intimate, fulfilling, life-affirming and deep, many suffer an inability to properly give and receive affection. They crave real attention, wanting a deep and fulfilling romantic relationship, as we all do, but their fear of being hurt gets in the way. This fear of getting hurt blocks the intimacy which they crave. Instead, they hide out in an irrelationship.What looks like a real romantic relationship on the surface has actually been engineered to avoid intimacy, reciprocity, and... read more.

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