A tongue-in-cheek guide from the world's "best" and most loved expert. His series of helpful videos for boys and for girls will help you get the most from online dating.
Overall Cuteness Leveca and Jim wouldn’t have happened if Jim didn’t stick with the site for two years. But they also needed Leveca, a new member, to be the one to reach out.
Would their exes ruin this romance?
Would their exes ruin this romance? Vitali got on his motorcycle and drove for hours, hoping the woman he was meeting would be as wonderful in person as she seemed on Skype. So what happened on their picnic in Pennsylvania?
24-Hour Love Nicole and Christopher met immediately after Nicole joined our site. But there were two obstacles in the way of this would-be romance...
Nuts for One Another
Nuts for One Another Sarah and Ryan had some differing viewpoints, and this posed a problem at first. But before long they realized what was really important...
She Might Marry This 'Love Coach'
She Might Marry This "Love Coach" Kathy and Learnell were forced into online dating because of busy schedules. Now they’re deciding where to begin their life together...
The Four-Day First Date
The Four-Day First Date Samantha and Jamaal lived 600 miles away from each other, but after a marathon first date, they decided to do something about that…
Dental Health and Happy Surprises
Dental Health and Happy Surprises Janelle and Demetrius didn’t live in the same city, but the power of their connection kept pulling them together until they decided to solve that problem for good.
Her Heart Led Her from Central Park to Colorado
Her Heart Led Her from Central Park to Colorado Charlene and Joey started out as a long-distance romance, but with a connection this strong, you have to be prepared to make changes in your life...
1700 Miles Meant Nothing
1700 Miles Meant Nothing Cassie didn’t see this coming. Though she’d heard success stories, she posted a profile “as a joke.” Then she met Nick, and things got serious…
Cuddle Up, Folks
Cuddle Up, Folks Marie thought Peter was almost her type — ninety percent, at any rate — but could she learn to appreciate the other 10 percent?