Tuesday, July 06, 2004
Tuesday, June 15, 2004
Rinatta Paries writes about
Toni Coleman writes about:
Saturday, June 12, 2004
Two new articles from Dr. Dennis Neder:
Sunday, May 30, 2004
Thursday, May 20, 2004
"Some former customers angered by Christian dating service. One local company markets itself as a Christian introduction service - but some customers say it's a marketing ploy. So, each signed a two-year contract costing about $2,500, including interest. However, they said the service produced no dates - and staffers, far from being Christian, were rude." From WFAA News. Read More
Saturday, May 15, 2004
Toni Coleman -The Friend Crush: Is This Love Or Friendship
Rinatta Paries - Space in a Relationship
Dennis Nedar - I Can’t Get Him To Leave! and What’s the Likelihood of Finding Your "Soul Mate"?
Anything to increase business... why not use Speed ___ (you fill in the ___). Dance instructors doing speed dancing variant of speed dating. "Speed dancing is the latest thing to hit the city as lonely hearts are becoming fast movers in the dating game. International dance coach Richard Rose set up the first session at his studio, Rich- ardz in New Road, Rubery this week, and has been delighted at the response. At the class dancers change their partners every two minutes and choose their favourite at the end of the lesson. The twinkle-toed pair are then invited to a second, free session, where Richard hopes romance will blossom." from ICBirmingham News Read More
Friday, May 14, 2004
Your profile on dating sites that people read is critical in getting the best response. Apparently there is niche where "part-time profile doctors " are " reviving ailing personal ads and providing face-lifts for first impressions." As profile doctors, Anbinder and Bostic see their task as lying as much in the diagnosis as it does in the cure - making personal ads stand out, grab the reader, and sing. "Most people think that what they're saying makes them unique," Anbinder says, "But who hasn't met someone who looks good in both a little black dress and jeans and a sweatshirt? People are so bad at judging their own talents and ability." Read More.
Wednesday, May 12, 2004
“Curiosity was the top reason given by nearly 60 percent of men and women for pursuing love online — and many are freely exploring suppressed desires and hidden interests... Roughly half of the women and 36 percent of men said that personals sites have made a positive change in their social life.... One-quarter of divorced respondents say online porn or chat contributed to their split... Seven out ten tell the truth on their profiles.” Read More
Sunday, May 02, 2004
Lisa Daily writes an informative article about The New Office Romance
Dennis Nedar answers a reader's question and writes Get Over It Already!
Saturday, May 01, 2004
This article is saying a growing number of singles say they can save time and get better results by approaching dating the old-school way: getting out and meeting people. So what's the big deal? Isn't everyone doing both? Does online dating or speed dating work for you? Read more here.
Thursday, April 29, 2004
Researchers have found that internet romances tend to be freer on the types of chosen. The study points out that internet romances are under the cloak of anonymity. Traditional off line romances tend to draw like minded people. Read more.
Wednesday, April 21, 2004
Two articles from Dennis Neder. Living Together Before Marriage
and Dating With A.D.D.
Everything was great. We had been dating for 6 months. Then, without warning, he said he "needs some time to think and figure things out." . What happened? What did I do? I don't know what to think. -- Toni Coleman Read more
Monday, April 19, 2004
Serendipity hopes to make it easier for people to find their perfect match by using their cellphones.
The Serendipity uses the Bluetooth radio system built into many mobile phones. Bluetooth transceivers allow phones, computers and gadgets to talk to each other within a 10-yard-wide bubble. The system "sniffs out" other Bluetooth phones every 30 seconds. If it finds one, it contacts the database to see if the owner is a good match.
"Toothing" is a new craze where strangers on trains, buses, in bars and even supermarkets hook up for illicit meetings using messages sent via the latest in phone technology. The respectable person sitting next to you on the train fumbling with their cell phone might be a "toother" looking for sex with a stranger. Read more.