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In 2016 online dating has become so commonplace that it's all too easy to forget meeting up with strangers has its risks. But a poster campaign is helping to keep daters safe by offering them help if...
You can skip the frogs and go straight for the Prince.
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Let's face it, internet dating isn't everyone's cup of tea. While there may be more ways to meet people than ever before, it doesn't necessarily mean everyone is comfortable with the idea of clicking and swiping for the perfect partner. So what did we do when we wanted to meet someone before the internet came along?
'Everybody knows one, even if people might not necessarily know the label for it'.
Here's a non-romantic person's guide to being a total catch.
Dating and relationships are so hot right now. You only have to turn on your TV, radio or computer to see our constant fascination with finding love. So why then, if we have more ways to find love, are our relationships failing?
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Beauty and brains are not mutually exclusive.
It's hard to just let go of someone who has been a big part of your existence, especially if the separation was on good and mutual terms. But does this mean that we have to remain friends with the person we use to be in love with?