And the Olympic skater sent a sweet message to the actress’ son.
I'm an amateur match-maker. It's a hobby fraught with perils, but I maintain that despite the new-tech innovations in online dating sites, and the simplicity of 'swipe and hook-up sites', old-fashioned human matchmakers are the best bet if you're looking for long-term love.
When I ask new clients what they want in a partner, most of them say they want someone who's loyal, romantic, intelligent and cultured. These are all worthy attributes that are great to have - but actually, the key to a happy, long lasting relationship is kindness.
It's easy to take each other for granted, especially when you're in a long term relationship - but the fact is, the grass isn't always greener! When you've found the one, you need to value them - especially on Valentine's Day!
Is it always useful to know what someone wants in a partner? Or do we run the risk of trying to fit that mould, instead of being ourselves?
Stop typing - start talking! Lots of people try to find their partner on dating apps, or online dating sites like Match - but
I once went out with a shady sort, who gave me sleepless nights. When things were good, he was great fun, and he loved spending
Lisa Ronis is a New York City matchmaker who specializes in introducing upscale singles who are too busy to meet the right
In a phenomenon now affectionately referred to as the Tinderella syndrome, psychologists claim we're damaging our love lives and ability to flirt by spending too much time communicating on screen.
Tinder is so 'hot right now' (unlike that phrase, unless you're Paris Hilton- the shame). Everyone is doing it and no one seems to be slowing down. The web is littered with people's opinions on the app, from where's best to do it, to how to get the best out of it. I can only hope this is just as useful.