And there we go: for the next two weeks, I’m a puppet playing on my own life’s dating stage. Oy.
We love playing with Twitter’s new(ish) six-second video-sharing app, Vine. And since our first book, Modern Dating: A Field Guide, came out last week, we naturally decided — why not Vine the whole book?
A deep connection is never based on how well or poorly someone manipulates texts and images on a screen, but on how he or she behaves offline.
Are all young women unhappy with online dating, or just the ones who blog?
You’d be amazed at how many first emails are a complete disaster. People write “Hey, what’s up, baby?!” then hit send. Or, even worse, they write six paragraphs, say they know they’re going on too long, go on even longer, then apologize awkwardly and probably start crying.
Our brand-new iPad app showcases member profiles and photos in a gorgeous way that hasn’t been done before, so to celebrate, we decided to give two HowAboutWe members a free profile makeover.
Dating is embarrassing, especially when you’ve got to pitch your best romantic qualities to an anonymous rabble using only a series of Rorschach questionnaires and a thoroughly censored handful of photographs.
Given that we have a certain pointed interest in online dating, we reached out to Brian to get the story behind the story.
Dating While Sober can be a hassle, but to most of us, it’s worth it—mainly because we got sober to live as full lives as possible, a goal that includes finding the right mate.
Take, use, and reap the rewards. You can meet your dream partner and get married and never have to fake an interest in skeet shooting over an awkward dinner ever again.