Cheating is the number one cause of the breakdown of any relationship and is probably the most dreaded thing that anyone would dream of happening to them. The fear of a partner cheating and all the trust and jealousy issues that arise because of it is another main reason why relationships falter. So why do people do it? What causes people to put so much time and emotional effort into a monogamous relationship, only for them to throw it away for an affair or one-time dalliance? Here we will look at three of the most common factors that can cause a partner to stray.
The world of online dating is a complicated and cutthroat place, and there is little room for mistakes or second chances. One wrong foot and you will be cast back out into the electronic stratosphere of singledom, and you will be unlikely to get another opportunity with her. So what is the best way to approach a woman online? What should you be sure to say and what should you be sure to avoid? Read on to find out.
Whether you are looking for the perfect girl, dating or in a long-term relationship, keeping her interested and keen is one of the most important things you must do. If you are not keeping her on her toes 24/7, then rest assured that she would be looking for someone else that can. There are millions of tips you can follow, so we have gathered a few of the best together just for you, so read on to find out more.
First dates can be a terrifying thing, especially if you met online. Will the woman look like her picture? Will she fancy me in real life? What if the conversation runs dry? These are all very real questions that people ask themselves before meeting a potential love interest for the first time. With online dating quickly becoming the most popular way to meet potential dates, we explore the top tips for keeping your cool and winning her over.
By now, I am sure that you have heard someone, somewhere mention the dreaded ‘friendzone’. If you haven’t, then I am sure you will recognise the situation by its definition. The friendzone is defined as a metaphorical place where one member of the friendship has romantic intentions, but the other party does not reciprocate them. People say that someone is ‘put in the friendzone’ if their romantic advances are unrequited, but friendship is still desired. It is a typical scenario as old as time, and I am sure that most people can relate to the pain of being told: “ I just see you as more of a friend”.