If you’re shy or introverted, you can have remarkable success in dating. Research shows that almost 50% of adults consider themselves to be shy (sensitive to other’s social reactions and judgements), while up to 50% of people are introverted—they prefer to gain energy from their own thoughts and alone time.
Before two people become engaged, it’s important for them to have honest conversations about the successes and failures that have led them to the moment they knew that marriage was the right step for their future. Each relationship is unique, but there are universal themes that every couple should discuss. Here are the five common questions I recommend couples ask before getting down on one knee.
Just like choosing your date-night outfit, applying your makeup also requires a bit of extra attention and thought when you’re headed out with a special someone. With some fine-tuning of your everyday makeup routine, you’ll be ready for any type of date. Here are some tips for every scenario.
There are certain things in life that are inevitable; a yearly Marvel movie release, McDonalds at the end of a night out and pre date anxiety. Of course, pre date anxiety is something that varies from person to person. If it doesn’t happen to you, yay you! You may stop reading now. However, if you are among the majority of human beings who do experience those pre date nerves, you can take solace in knowing you are not alone. And, there’s a way to fix them!
The traditional dinner and a movie date can be great, but it’s fun to switch-up date night occasionally. Why not try an active date instead? Whether a couple is heading out on their first date or they’ve been married for years, incorporating physical activity can spark healthy habits and new interests. Here are some fun and healthy date ideas to help couples stay active and mix things up a bit.