Is it better to keep score, or just to give freely with no expectation of return?
He's still friends with a woman he used to date, and it's making his new date batty.
He's infatuated with a woman at work. She'd rather ignore him. Now what?
He's terminally cheap. Could that have anything to do with his lack of success in dating?
She traveled 7 hours for a date, and he didn't show up. Or maybe he did...
Her date has a lot of problems, but she is determined to make this work, no matter whatever it takes.
With the wedding one week away, she's having doubts.
His parents are convinced the wedding should be cancelled, and they're going to war to prove it.
Her boyfriend doesn't listen carefully enough, and she loses her cool. How can she keep control while getting her needs met?
Projecting an image that is too cool and successful, may send your dates running away.
He may be a narcissist, or a control freak. In the meantime, he treats her like a queen and she doesn't want it to end. What's the long-term prognosis?
When someone is pre-occupied with an outside relationship, is there room for dating to fit in?
The guy acted like a boor and now she wants to know: Is he a diamond in the rough, or just too selfish to care.
She's lonely, but can't imagine getting married since it will mean leaving her parents alone. How can she deal with this guilt-trip?
She is the Super-Woman, but can't find the Super-Man. The clock is ticking and she's getting impatient...
He says he loves her, but he still seems emotionally tied to his ex-wife. Is it worth sticking around?
After one date, the guys never call back. Is it her weight -- or some deeper message she's putting out?
It's the old problem of knowing when to take the leap. But with a new twist -- he's on the other side of the globe.
After one date, he's had enough. But what's the best way to let her know that?
She wants a Jewish family, but she's fallen for a non-Jewish guy. Now it's time to make the big decision.
Singles in their 40s have a unique set of dating challenges. Sometimes the answer is found by looking in the mirror.
These newlyweds never laid the foundations for emotional intimacy and sharing deep thoughts. Now how do they start the process?
Online, the light is green. But making the transition to the real world has been a dismal failure.
She's looking for generosity, but he's not financially forthcoming. How does she deal with these dynamics?
Now that she's married, she's thinking back how life was better as a single. Is there a way out of these doldrums?
Two readers, same problem: They can't get someone to commit to the next date!
She's leaning toward traditional Jewish practice. He's an atheist. Is there hope for them together?
He's afraid that she'll stop dating him. What's the psychology behind this fear -- and how can he fix it?
She has two guys on her mind. One of them never calls. Should she take that as a hint?
He pushed hard for a breakthrough, but she backed off. The pattern repeats. Now he's burned out.
There's a lot lurking beneath the surface. The big question is: When do I let it all out?
He's a super-intellectual and she's not. Is this a deal-breaker?
Anger, flirting, irresponsibility. The warning signs are fast and furious. But she still wants to hang in there.
When dating a divorcee, how and when do you get details on the failed prior marriage?
Juggling multiple dating partners is tricky business. But is it ethical?
She wants to marry a Jewish guy, but at this stage of frustration has turned to the Christian dating scene. Is something wrong here?
The pattern is not a good one. It stretches back to childhood. How does she climb out of this hole?
When she pursues, they run away. And when she's not interested, they fawn. Has someone got this backwards?
These newlyweds are trying to build emotional intensity. Do they have the same needs? How is it done?
The pickin's are slim enough as it is. And now that someone's finally interesting, her friend is giving her a guilt trip.
His poor track record leaves him wondering: Is there something fundamentally wrong? Therapy seems to be the answer.
He's tired of expensive dinners that lead nowhere. For the first date, isn't there a better way?
Things are going great, but there's a 5-year age difference. So what's the big deal?
On paper, he's a great guy. But he can't seem to break into the world of dating. What's the problem?
He's working 80 hours a week, and it shows on his face. No wonder he's having trouble meeting the right woman.
After so many rejections, he's basically given up hope of finding his match. Is there any way out of this rut?
He's stuck, and she wants to get on with life. What gauge should she use to know when it's time to move on?
She's overweight, feeling rejected, and is ready to give up the singles scene altogether. Is there a solution to this dating dilemma?
Dating chit-chat is not his strong point. How do you generate good talk when the mouth runs dry?
He's got a short fuse. What will it take to make this relationship work?