Finding the Best Online Dating Sites

Today, everything is about convenience. People want to accomplish objectives efficiently, effectively and, above all, with little to no effort. With this mindset dominating the public, it is not a big surprise that the art of courting has moved to the digital sphere with dating sites. Dating sites, or websites developed to aid in finding [...]

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Dating Tips – Building Trust in Your Relationship

Building trust is very important in every relationship. There are many ways that you can build trust in any relationship that you have. Our common misconception to making a relationship go strong is to keep things exciting to keep the romance going. And that’s usually wrong. The most important key to a successful relationship is [...]

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Another Opinion of Chemistry.com

This is a reposting of our Chemistry.com article. We have had several recent comments and thought it was a good idea to bring some issues to your attention. Mandi and I appreciate comments and emails from readers. We sincerely try to provide help and guidance in the online dating arena, and when someone spends the [...]

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OKCupid – Free Dating Site

OKCupid! Is Worth Checking Out For those of you who haven’t tried it – OKCupid! is really worth a look. First off, it’s a FREE dating site. That’s right, FREE. No gimmicks, no spam (I have a specific email I used for them, I would know if they sold my address.) However, even more than [...]

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Chemistry.com Chapter 1

I joined Chemistry.com through their buy one get three offer: Three months for the price of one on Chemistry.com! You save more than 50%! Here’s how it’s going so far… An Evenly Sliced Personality What really sucks about my personality test on Chemistry.com is that there are 4 quadrants, and I am very close to [...]

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