They seem headed for marriage, but what they need now is a 6-month break.
Everything looks like a match -- except for their view of materialism.
With friends dating behind her back, she's lost some ability to trust.
Will the emotional and financial demands of marriage preclude completing her education?
She's wondering if married life will be marred by her recurrent emotional explosions.
Recent dating experience has matured him. But has it made him ready for marriage?
After a few years of downward spiral, can things be resurrected?
What's the best way to find out if things are headed toward marriage, and not a dead end?
Can a secular Jew and a religious Jew find lifetime bliss together?
He claims not to feel "oohs and ahhs that rock the soul." Should she keep pushing?
When spouse-hunting, how to ensure that what you see is what you get.
Two near-misses are pointing to a problem. What's at the root?
In her family, the man was always the bread-winner. Should she insist on the same?
How can she know if he's the right one?
A tale of dot-come dating gone awry.
She thinks she's found the one, but Mom is out to stop it.
After seven years of constant break-ups, she's wondering whether to give it another chance.
She suspects he may not be faithful. Are six previous marriages any clue?
She lived through her parents' bitter divorce. Now she's wondering if any man can be trusted.
Everything was going great, until it came time for him to pop the question.
She wants to cool it. Should he wait for her, or just let go?
She's Air Force, he's Army. Can they find a common ground?
After years of happy marriage, he announces: "You're not my soul mate."
On the brink of engagement, she bolts.
Can an octogenarian find her soul mate?
He says she's the greatest woman in the world -- but he ain't getting' married!
A process of pre-screening your dates can save you lots of time, effort and heart-ache.
Her emotions are on short circuit. Can anything save this couple's future?
How to jump-start the engines -- when you want to get married but don't feel emotionally ready.
He can't understand why a woman wouldn't give up everything familiar to live in the deep cold.
He says that marriage has to wait until his finances are in order. What will be the next excuse?
She's ready to try anything, just to add the prefix 'Mrs.'
She does high-intensity dating for a few months, followed by a break-up. What's causing the problem?
She decided that he's not the man of her dreams. And now she's reconsidering.
With all the demands of work and parenting, should he put off dating until the kids go to college?
How much emphasis should be placed on physical attraction?
What degree of success in life is necessary for moving into marriage?
At their first meeting, she was already planning the wedding.
She's resentful that he doesn't buy her flowers or go to nice restaurants. Is there any hope for this?
The groom still thinks that his best friend is his primary relationship. Guess again.
After an abusive marriage, how can she hope to find a 'good man'?
If she's planning to move to Israel, should she wait to find a husband?
They agreed not to be involved with members of the opposite gender. But he's not living up to his end of the bargain.
Does a family history of some medical condition signal a red flag to stay away?
He's shown no interest in setting a wedding date. How long should she keep waiting?
Drawing out crucial information at all three stages of the dating process.
Trying to sort out the comfort of a long-term friendship with the stuff that marriage is built on.
Avoiding some of the pitfalls that can cause an otherwise promising courtship to unravel.
She's operating on the principle of: This guy's nice, but maybe the next one will be Mr. Perfect.
They're headed for marriage, but her children and his children are not cooperating.