More than 96 million Americans over the age of 18 are single. And there are probably scores of people right now chatting on the phone about crucial first-date decisions like what to wear and what to talk about. But we've got five great ideas for making the most important first date decision: what to do.
Anyone who's ever been in a long-distance relationship can certainly tell you how hard it can be to make a long-distance relationship work. Get advice about long-distance relationships to help you have a great love life.
There's nothing like a romantic dinner with a new love. In fact, the mere setting could move you to blurt, "I love you." But what if you're met with a "Gee, thanks" or silence, rather than the hoped-for "I love you, too"? Here's what to do next.
The First Date
When to Say "I love you"
Beyond the first few months of giddy affection, few romantic relationships are easy. Long-distance relationships are even harder.
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