How do we bounce back after a devastating break-up? Sometimes letting go makes us stronger.
People are tweeting and Facebooking about first kisses, relationship statuses, fights, and so much more. Should we be using social media to talk about our intimate relationships?
Nathan Thompson writes about his experiences with online dating, and how the stories we weave about people we haven’t met in person can sometimes lose their luster in the face of reality.
When a Normandy village decides to hold a Bachelor’s Ball, sparks fly, the cider doesn’t get made on time, and the muscled firemen act like Chippendales dancers.
What would you do for love? Mike Vardy has 23 things he would do — and they are not what you would expect.
Ali goes to work on a TV show about relationship deal breakers and decides to share a few of her own.
I never thought I’d be the online dating type. The online dating type, to me at least, being that 45-year-old woman with a really bad perm, a crap load of cats and a weakness for soaps who sighed into her coffee every morning wondering what exactly it was about her that kept men away.
I have a habit. Not sure if you would call it positive, negative, or something in between. After a break-up, I find myself scanning the roads and parking lots for the ex-girlfriend’s car. It’s not that I go out of my way to locate her, but wherever I am in those first months following the end, my eyes go wandering.
An investigator looking for lost love and dreams buys flowers for a woman he is involved with, but the relationship has already begun to wilt.
Many of us learn the virtues of hope, faith and charity as we grow up. But how do those virtues really serve us through our lives. As Victoria Klassen discovers, there’s a flip side to everything.