Do you know what a Casanova Psychopath is? No! Well they may well take a fancy for you, here’s how to spot & avoid them when dating
Casanova Psychopaths work in 3 steady stages in pretty much EVERY relationship (or hook up) they have. I’ve dipped a toe or ten in the online dating scene and even been crazy enough to go on dates with men I knew subconsciously were dangerous
Did you know that from around about now through to March is known as cuffing season? That means this is an excellent time to dip your toe in dating waters.
This date is the perfect opportunity to make a great first — and hopefully lasting — impression, and finding the right clothes to wear can help you do just that.
We are all so different, and that’s what can make it interesting. What one person feels is an appropriate message for someone they like the look of, for another it may be well out of line.
But whoever you are and however used you are to dating online, there should be certain standards that have to be remembered. That means you should display good manners and be polite.
Dating when you have kids isn’t easy. If your relationship progresses then there are even more tricky questions to face. When to introduce your new love interest and what to say when you do.
But even your first meetings can be fraught with dilemmas about whether you’re doing the right thing.
Dating is becoming increasingly harder to navigate through because of technology and modern-day life. with all the dating apps, social media etc. it can lead to what is called the paradox of choice. It is when we have too much choice, we feel less happy and it can even lead to paralysis.
Is Chivalry a redundant concept since the rise of feminism? Should a man offer to pay for a meal, hold your chair as you sit, open a door on your way out of a restaurant or offer his jacket to cover your shoulders?
If done right, your portraits greatly improve the way the other person perceives you. EVERY ONE OF US SHOULD AND CAN MAKE THE RIGHT IMPRESSION whether it is the first one or any other thereafter.
We need to quit worrying about ‘settling’ and be open and realistic about what the future could bring. We could value loyalty, honesty and openness a little more.
You may have emerged from a long-term relationship or marriage, been looking after elderly parents or raising children, following a career so you didn’t feel you had time for yourself or time to commit to engaging in relationships.