Single Sites Are A Great Tool To Network And Develop Fun And Spontaneous Relationships OnlineWritten by William Lezubski
If you're tired of boring and repetitive local dating scenes, then you should consider trying single sites to meet people with your interests alike! Where else can you find a significant number of people who are fun spirited, extremely spontaneous, and just don't want to be involved in a serious relationship as a single person?
However, you may be tired of same old bar and pub scene, so with access to singles dating online, you have a new avenue to meet some new and interesting people! Now keep in mind that online dating sites may be interpreted differently compared to personals sites, and you may have to check each one out to make sure they're right for your needs. Dating personals cater more to individual that enjoys using profiles, and chat features to talk to a variety of people at one time.
Popular personals services are Yahoo Personals, American Singles, HookUp.com, and Date.com. You will notice members are more laidback and features listed have more advanced communication tools such as email services and message boards, where you can create a juicy profile to attract all singles wanting to talk to you! There are many other network features that will provide you hours of entertainment!
Looking to go to next level, and wanting more than just friendship? The single services above can more than likely provide everything you're looking for, however, for deeper relationships and a more serious match, consider eHarmony, Soulmatch, and True.com. They provide features that you must pay for, and membership stipulations are strict. There's no goofing around here, because most members are looking for a serious long-term relationship, their soulmates, and an introduction to possible marriage.
10 Ways to Prevent a Break UpWritten by Patricia Fason
The question I am asked most often is: I think he/she is getting ready to leave me. What do I do? There isn't an easy answer for this or there wouldnít be any break ups. Every situation is different and sometimes breakups are inevitable. However this is not always case and there are things you can do before you reach breaking point that will help.
Here are 10 most important things:
- Communicate. Communication is important. If you find that when you try to communicate your feelings to your partner it always leads to an argument, try writing your feelings down. Read through what youíve written. If you find things that are just petty problems with no real validity, eliminate them. Try to find sources behind your words. For example, jealousy, are you jealous because you know he/she is cheating, or does it go deeper? Did someone cheat on you in past and now you donít trust anyone? Is your partner giving you what you need to feel secure? Once you realize where feelings are coming from, you can address fixing problem.
- Resist making accusations. Approach your partner calmly, without being defensive. Tell him/her problem. Donít be accusing or they will become defensive and yes, you will end up in an argument. If you find itís easier to write it in a letter, then do so. Leave while they read it so you arenít hovering over them, waiting for their reaction. Let them process what you have said. Again, do not be accusing. Tell them you want to make your relationship better. Have suggestions for BOTH of you, not just them. Be sure you know core problem and arenít just mentioning a symptom.
- Refrain from insulting your partner during arguments. Fighting dirty can quickly become a habit and eventually someone will say something that other person cannot forget, or worse, forgive.
- Take time to tell your partner why you love him/her. Not once, but often. This can be something as small as a compliment on how they look. Your partner needs to know you appreciate them. Donít just assume they know. Everyone likes to be reminded they are loved.
- Be supportive and look for ways to give your partner things they need most. Even if they donít tell you what they need, you can figure it out if you pay attention. Some people have a hard time telling you what they need but there are clues. If youíre not sure, ask.
- Donít neglect yourself. If your needs arenít being met, find a way to let your partner know. If you are unhappy, you will eventually blame your partner. Itís much easier to let them know, in a positive way, things you need.
- Never try to solve a problem when you are angry. Take time to cool down. I know this can seem impossible at times but think about it. Is anything ever really solved when you are yelling at each other?