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Dating & Relationships

Dr. Wooo: The Friend Zone

Posted October 14, 2011 by Mark Woo

Back by “popular” demand, Dr. Wooo will try to be consistent with his relationships articles. If you haven’t read my first Dr. Wooo article, 5 Tips for Long Distance Relationships, go read it now! Today’s article is on the Friend Zone. (If you are comfortable with your friendship with the opposite sex, by all means […]

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Tinder 101: How to Survive Today’s Dating Culture

Posted March 2, 2016 by Fiona Leung

Tinder is still the dating app that everyone is talking about it. Find out why this app’s popularity is consistently gaining momentum and ways to survive using Tinder in order to enrich your experience.

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Read Between the Sheets: Friends with Benefits vs. Shag Pals

Posted October 19, 2011 by Recultured Team

You may be sharing the same bed but maybe not the same thoughts. So how do you read between the sheets? Your relationship status on Facebook may be set on “It’s complicated” and think you’re the one on top in whatever that ‘relationship’ is called. Okay, few people actually in a complicated relationship would ever […]

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The Thin Line Between Mother and Girlfriend

Posted April 11, 2014 by Recultured Team

Often the two most important women in a man’s life collide in views, despite wanting the best for that man. The struggle – and the battle – for a man’s attention from his mother and girlfriend can be extremely uncomfortable and often questionable. Just what are the job descriptions for each particular position and why do they even have to exist, if they do?

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First Date Advice For The Ladies

Posted October 28, 2011 by Recultured Team

I’m sure I’m not alone when I say I’ve spent hours getting ready for the first date in order to impress, and then end up failing. Men are very visual people. I learned it the hard way that more is not always better. On the contrary, keep the mantra “less is more” in mind for the […]

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