Tag: Dating

How to Tell if Someone in a Long Distance Relationship Is Cheating

Long-distance relationships used to be nearly impossible. After all, if your only option for communicating with someone is writing and mailing a letter, it would have been very easy to get frustrated with the state of the relationship. The telephone helped couples hear each other’s voice and stay in touch on a daily basis. But Read More…

Online Catfishing: 6 Ways to Avoid Fakes Online

More people than ever are using online dating sites to find a partner; you very well may be one of them. In fact, about 40 million Americans use online dating sites, with 27% of young adults using either a dating website or an app on their phone. It’s more common than ever to find a Read More…

How To Be Trusting in the Digital World

In most cases, it’s good to have a healthy level of skepticism in life. You don’t want to blindly believe everything you’re told, as it can easily lead to disaster. However, if you’re not careful, that skepticism can easily become paranoia. Then you’ll have a hard time trusting anyone you run into online. If you’re Read More…

4 Ways to Find Your High School Sweetheart Again

High school is a time of growth and change. When high schoolers aren’t working, studying, or applying to colleges, they’re making friends and cutting off friendships, forming and breaking cliques, and overall learning how to become adults. Sometime during that crazy whirlwind of a journey, you probably had a girlfriend or boyfriend that you adored. Read More…

5 Ways to Tell If They’re “The One”

The concept of “The One” is constantly talked about in rom-coms, blog posts, romance novels, and so much more. However, how do you really know if you’ve found that special person? Really, just about anyone can develop into “The One.” If you’ve been with someone for a long time, he or she may become someone Read More…

Love on the Internet: Do Apps Lead to a Real Relationship?

In the current age of social media and digital communication, online dating has become a significant force. About 19% of all U.S. internet users currently use dating websites and apps. When we break this down and only look at singles, 66% have used online dating. For those considering online dating or who have tried it Read More…

Communication: The Most Important Part of a Relationship

Relationships, both romantic and platonic, are complicated. Even if you don’t have a romantic partner, you almost certainly have multiple platonic friendships that are important to you. In every relationship, there are going to be disagreements, but those disagreements shouldn’t signal the end of your relationship. In a healthy relationship, you can work out problems Read More…

How to Handle Getting Ghosted by Someone You Love

You know that just disappearing from someone’s life isn’t the right way to end a relationship. However, it seems that not everyone knows this (more likely, they don’t care). Of course, in the days before the internet, “ghosting,” or the act of simply disappearing from someone’s life rather than actually approaching the person and breaking Read More…

How to Become Friends Again with Your Ex

Breakups may or may not come with bad blood behind them. If your relationship ended with a huge fight, or the breakup happened because one party was cheating, it would make sense not to want to see the other person again. However, relationships sometimes just end because the two of you don’t work together well Read More…

Polyamorous Dating – How to Respond to a Request for an Open Relationship

Relationships are fun and exciting! Just over half of all Americans are married, and even most non-married Americans are in a romantic relationship. However, people’s definition of a “relationship” differs; some people are more polyamorous than monogamous. Polyamory isn’t the same thing as cheating, as long as everyone is on the same page, so if Read More…