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Great article from Susan Winters – The “New Rules” of Dating and Mating

Another great article from Susan that resonates well with all my recent tweet talk this week.

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Here is a small excerpt from her story.

There are no “rules” to modern dating. When applying the rules of romance from former time periods, we force modern-day individuals to squeeze themselves into a smaller version of who they are. Our current social climate includes vast changes (including female empowerment and open sexuality), and therefore calls for new ways of being.

 

Click here to read the full article .

Happy Reading

Yours Truly

A.R.T

Are You Dating An Asshat?

10 Signs You’re Dating an Asshat and 5 Tips to Avoid Them 

Very funny article by Shannon Bradley-Colleary. Totally worth reading, especially if you’ve dated one of these – at least once – in your life.

 

Brief excerpt

My vagina can walk into a room, instinctively find the biggest Asshat there and pounce on him. My vagina has, historically, gotten me tied down for years with men (two of them) prone to all kinds of Asshattery.

 

Click here to read full article

Happy Reading

 

Yours Truly,

A.R.T

Online Dating? 6 Reasons To Make The First Move

Online Dating? 6 Reasons To Make The First Move.

 

I came across some interesting research, when hunting around for my next story: “Online Dating Textiquette”.  A must read for women either already on or wanting to join the online dating bandwagon!  Here’s a quick Excerpt from Denver Date Dr. Christie Hartman’s article.

 

I know — you’ve heard a hundred times that men should make the first move. But research has shown that in social and courtship interactions, women — not men — are often the initiators. Women do this subtly by making eye contact or smiling at men or they do it more boldly by starting a conversation. In other words, if you want a man to make his move, you must give him the green light to do so. Emailing a man gives him the green light.

 

Happy Reading.

 

Yours Truly

 

A.R.T