UPDATED June 17th, 2017 The dating world is hard to navigate.
You don’t know where to look, who to trust, what your dinner partner really wants…heck, sometimes it’s hard to know what you really want.
The dating game Knowing your own hotness is important in dating and mating, wrote study researcher Mitja Back of the University of Mainz in Germany.
A schlub living in his mom's basement may be wasting his time pursuing Angelina Jolie, while a smart, accomplished go-getter may sell himself short in the romantic realm by hooking up with a woman not his social equal.
People who fit gender stereotypes in their dating habits are better at judging their own hotness than those who march to the beat of a different drummer, a new study of speed-daters has found.
Men who hew closest to stereotypically male patterns of dating — a desire to play the field and have more no-strings-attached sex — are better at judging how attractive they are to potential dates than are men who prefer a quieter dating lifestyle.
Here are four techniques to help you nudge the love odds in your favor.
Ferociously independent and rebellious anti-conformists, those born under the sign of the Waterbearer are notoriously slow to make hard-and-fast commitments, especially when it comes to giving away their heart.
These gregarious and socially agile signs collect friends like nobody’s business; it’s safe to say the typical Aquarian values friendship above romance, inspiring these folks to search for a best friend—one who will respect their freedom and stimulate their bright, curious intellect—in their partners.
When it comes to falling in love, good looks and a great personality can certainly lure potential mates.
But to get the job done, sometimes it pays to be clever, experts say.