There is not a written code of conduct about what is the best way to get a date or initiate a relationship or make it grow. Most daters, however, tend to follow the advice from experts in romance and relationships. In our “Dating myth or reality?” chronicles the idea is to investigate about what sort of dating habits have British singles and couples and how the dating game has changed over the years. To make it more exciting, we are going to analyze popular tendencies from men’s and women’s perspective. The goal is to find out how people date, and love in the UK.
This is the picture. You have had a fantastic first date: the food was delicious, the conversation was great, and there was chemistry with your date. It seems that you have mastered your first encounter, but now it comes another crucial moment. How long do you have to wait to[…]
There is something exciting about having an affair at the office. Perhaps it is because of the thrills of getting caught by one of your other workmates -in spite, you position yourself in a risky situation if you get caught the consequences can be huge- or perhaps it is because[…]
Getting intimate for the first time with your date is a huge step. If there is sexual chemistry between you two, you will have more chances to make your relationship grow harder, if there is not, it is going to be more difficult to make it survive the next encounter.[…]
Let’s set the scene. You are out on a first date with that guy/woman you have met on an online dating site, and it seems that there is real chemistry between you two. The conversation is flowing, the food is delicious, and the company even better! But, the soiree is[…]