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Image source According to Vault’s 2014 Office Romance Survey, 56% of business professionals surveyed said that they’ve participated in an office romance or tryst of some kind.
Image source Friends, family and even work colleagues are always on hand to give us snippets of dating advice. However, our favourite TV shows could just provide the wisdom we’ve been searching for on our quest for true love.
Maybe you enjoyed your dry January so much it’s turned into a dry February and March, or maybe you’ve never been much of a drinker to begin with. Whatever your thoughts on alcohol-free dates, we promise you can have lots of fun – and even fall in love – without once reaching for the Merlot.
No one gets given advice quite as much as singles do. Everyone seems to have cautionary tales to share, handy dating tips they must pass on or something particular they think you should be doing differently. But whatever advice you’ve been given, you might want to take it with a pinch of salt
Questions are the kings of conversation. Introduce the right ones and before you know it you’ll have a pretty good insight into the life of the person sitting opposite.
Written by Irene Jay for YourTango.com More and more single men are stressing over finding The One. The proof? It’s in their purchases.
Chatting to a chef but not sure if you should put all your eggs in one basket? Here’s 15 reasons why they might have have all the ingredients you need for the perfect relationship:
The initial excitement generated by the prospect of a first date feels great. As the days tick by and the upcoming event becomes more real, many people find themselves generating enough nervous energy to power a small city