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Read More I shared part one of my interview with love coach extraordinaire Lauren Frances. She shared some practical advice to follow that will help you suss out if you are on the same page as a new guy, both looking for the same things, and if he’s into you for the long haul […] Read More Take a quick glance at your list of exes. If you keep dating the moochers, the attention-seekers, and the heartbreakers, then it’s about time you figured out the difference between a pretty face and, well, pretty perfect…for you.The lady you want on your arm long-term won’t use or […] Read More Frances, a columnist for Flaunt magazine, is a dating expert with a Ph. This sets the tone for the rest of her first book, on how to get a boyfriend and more brazen guides to dating and sex.Using a clever classification system that equates men with birds, she presents several dozen types, from the […] Read More Dating Boot Camp, Part One: How to Tell If a Guy Is Really Serious or Just Wrapped Up in the Chase It’s not always easy to tell the difference between a guy who’s seriously into you and one who’s wrapped up in the moment. Lust is a powerful thing, and some men will […] Read More Dating doesn’t have to feel like open-heart surgery, says professional relationship coach Lauren Frances Long ago, when romance seekers hunted in the field (aka bars) rather than cyberspace, Lauren Frances organized Man Trap Packs—posses of single women who hit the town to find love.Their success prompted her to write, in 2006, Dating, Mating, and […] Read More Most single women complain that they don’t date enough, but when I ask them how many men they’ve asked out lately, the answer is often a shocked and confused “None! ) Romantic rule: If you want to go on more dates, ask and ye shall receive, sayeth the bored. I had stumbled across the word while reading an article on the subway and had no idea what it meant, so I immediately worried I was growing old and out of touch. (If you’re still wondering why it’s called , it’s a derivative of “handcuffing,” because you’re essentially chaining yourself to another person through the season.) “It sounds so animalistic,” said a coworker. They found that men are 15 percent more likely to be looking for a relationship in the winter than any other season, while women are 5 percent more interested in something more committed during those months. After I illuminated my group text, one friend wrote: “I was not familiar with the exact term, but I know what you’re talking about.”While the term cuffing season was introduced back in 2011—at least on Urban Dictionary—it seems that the concept really started to take off only in the last year. The dating app Hinge recently polled 1,000 of its active users, and asked at which months they are most interested in finding a casual hookup, a date, or a relationship. sounds like something sexually aggressive,” one of them wrote. I later learned that cuffing season is actually the period of time between fall and the dead of winter when people start searching for someone with whom they can spend the those long, frigid months.

A fraud is sweeping online dating sites, according to a special report in this month’s issue of Glamour Magazine.

I hope you’re having a thoroughly fattening and delicious Thanksgiving!

And in the spirit of Thanksgiving, I couldn’t resist sending you a love note.

Once they’ve made contact, they will typically request to move the conversation to a private instant messaging service.

He or she will begin the courtship process by sending letters and love poems for a period of weeks and finally offer to fly to meet their victim.

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