20 May 11

Friday’s Fashion Dating Do or Don’t? – Unibrows

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By Alison Agosti There are literally an infinite number of possibilities for self-expression through your hair. Dye it, shave it, spike it, let it grow wild and untamed. Men can grow beards, or a tragically trendy moustache. Basically, if you can imagine it, there is probably a product that can make it happen for you. [...]

19 May 11

Thursday’s Thoughts From a Bartender: Are Different Tastes in Music a Deal Breaker?

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By: Daniel Ponsky Very few people have a super developed instinct that allows them to vibe and understand someone without ever having talked to them. I myself sometimes have an uncanny ability that tunes me into the most random people. Sometimes it is in their walk, or expression, or reaction to a situation that tunes [...]

4 Apr 11

Sasha Speaks: Answering Your Most Private Dating Questions — Herpes Tell All?

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Dear Sasha, I have herpes that I got from my very first long-term boyfriend. I’m now seeing someone new since we broke-up last year. How long should I wait to tell him – we have not had sex yet? Sincerely, Herpes Tell All Dear Gift That Keeps on Giving- I once had a friend who [...]

31 Mar 11

Thursday’s Thoughts From a Bartender: Arguing in Public

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By Rachel Spensatelli Anyone who’s ever been in a relationship knows it’s not always rainbows, unicorns and butterflies. Occasional quarrels and disagreements just come with the territory. Arguing is natural, and as long as it’s done constructively, it can be healthy. Aside from knowing how and when to argue, where to argue is important too. [...]

30 Mar 11

A Man’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… I’m Going Through a Divorce

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By J.R. Reed aka Sexandthesingledad Getting divorced sucks. Especially when you have kids. My parents were married 46 years when my dad died and being married and sticking it out is what I knew. I married someone who was eventually diagnosed as bi-polar. She stopped taking her medicine when our daughter was five and there [...]

25 Mar 11

Friday’s Fashion Dating Do or Don’t? — Plaid Pants and Not on the Golf Course

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By Alison Agosti Ah, golf. It’s the sport of gentlemen and ridiculous fashion. They have everything from mismatched prints to goofy pom-poms. Despite the inherent nerdiness of golf fashion, there is something charming and chic about it. There are people that pull it off perfectly, like Tiger Woods or Adam Scott. And in general, if [...]

23 Mar 11

A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… He Sent Me an Angry Text

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By Jessica Downey – Not What I Ordered I am a big fan of texting. Actually, I consider it a gift to the multi-tasker. If you are running late you can send a quick text. If you are in the middle of watching a show and see a funny commercial you can send a text. [...]

21 Mar 11

Sasha Speaks: Answering Your Most Private Dating Questions — Functional Drunk?

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Dear Sasha, 

I think the woman I’m dating is a functional drunk! What are the tell tale signs? Sincerely, Functioning Drunk Dear Hungover Lover- Functioning alcoholics battle substance abuse issues just as badly as someone trapped in crack or heroin addiction, they’re just better at covering it up, and that’s the scary part. The first [...]

11 Mar 11

Friday’s Fashion Dating Do or Don’t? – Pierced Nipples and Belly Buttons

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By Danielle Turchiano I may be about to date myself here but when I was in junior high, pierced belly buttons were all the rage. This was the mid to late 1990s, and the few friends of mine who had actually done the deed and gotten their midriff shot through with a little dangly heart [...]

About Jennifer Kelton

I did not wake up one morning and say “hey I think I’d like a man use my sweater like a towel, write a candid dating book, become a dating expert, the CEO and founder of a social dating site and have three blogs.”

All of this has happened in a slow burn and here I am. The good, the bad, the mistakes, way too many tears shed to count, lots of wine and oh my goodness a huge learning curve that leaves me much of the time saying, “I’m sorry but this is all new to me.”
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