Single people are in relationships — with their families, friends, co-workers and themselves — and each type of relationship needs special care and attention.
In fairy tales, his name is Prince Charming, in today’s world he’s called “the one” and in both cases the character is more fiction than fact.
When I made a choice to acknowledge the people around me, even in a small way, my whole world changed from feeling isolated to being connected.
When you settle for an unhappy relationship, to avoid being single, you cheat yourself and your partner out of having the relationship you both used to dream about.
There’s a fine line between “sugar baby” and sex worker, but controversial dating website SeekingArrangement.com, does its best to explain the difference.
Singles in dating mode can spend considerable time looking for love, but more often than not, love finds them — and often when they least expect it.
I heard a nugget of wisdom the other day and although the speaker was referring to romance, I realized her advice could benefit all my relationships.
Absence really does make the heart grow fonder — along with the realization that being single is better than being stuck in a bad relationship.