Dating 101: Do Single Women Outnumber Single Men?

As of late, my love life has been pretty non-existent. I blame it on lots of things: hanging out with same friends as my ex, partying at the same places weekend after weekend, being way too wrapped up in school to even fathom the idea of a relationship.

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Dating 101: Is This "Non-Relationship" Worth It?

I have come to the realization that there are three types of guys: nice guys, guys who are jerks and don't admit it, and guys who are jerks and admit it openly and wholeheartedly.   

I think it's safe to say that I have encountered all three types of guys in my life.

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Dating 101: Is This “Non-Relationship” Worth It?

I have come to the realization that there are three types of guys: nice guys, guys who are jerks and don't admit it, and guys who are jerks and admit it openly and wholeheartedly.   

I think it's safe to say that I have encountered all three types of guys in my life.

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Dating 101: The Yo-Yo Relationship

I have to admit: I was once a victim of a yo-yo relationship. For five years, my high school sweetheart and I went back-and-forth between super-close lovers and almost-perfect strangers. We always broke up for the right reasons (we knew deep down that we just weren’t compatible), but our reasons for getting back together weren’t

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Dating 101: What Does A Girl Want?

When I was in junior high, all I wanted was a boyfriend who had his lip pierced. And dyed black hair. And possibly a tattoo…or two. Those were my only stipulations.

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Dating 101: Do "Somewhat" Opposites Attract?

My friends from home are completely different than my friends from school.  My friends from home, whom I've known for years upon years, jam out to Britney Spears in their cars (and yes, we call it "jammin'"), get their nails done, tan excessively, used to be cheerleaders and are utterly, passionately obsessed with faux fur. 

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Dating 101: Do “Somewhat” Opposites Attract?

My friends from home are completely different than my friends from school.  My friends from home, whom I've known for years upon years, jam out to Britney Spears in their cars (and yes, we call it "jammin'"), get their nails done, tan excessively, used to be cheerleaders and are utterly, passionately obsessed with faux fur. 

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Dating 101: Is It Possible to Stay Friends With an Ex?

It took four months of tears, Carlo Rossi, manicures and books about how to improve my life, but this past weekend I finally decided that it was okay to initiate a conversation with the ex.

Yes, the ex that completely left me heartbroken and devastated – despite the fact that I broke up with him.

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