Swipe Right for Marriage? Tinder sheds its hookup rep

May 13, 2017

TINDER MAY BE SHEDDING ITS REPUTATION AS A HOOKUP APP. “Swipe right” dating apps often get a bad rap, but new data suggests that users of hookup apps may be more commitment-minded than other daters. This week on DAYTIME, I’m talking about a new study that found that Tinder daters might be more commitment-minded than […]

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How to Keep Your Divorce From Wrecking Your Life

May 11, 2017

More than two million women and men will get divorced in 2017, and if you’re one of them, you might be starting to panic about now. This week on the Daytime show, I talked about 5 strategies to keep your divorce from destroying you — from finances to how to tell your kids to what […]

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Do you always fall for unavailable or married men? Here’s why.

May 31, 2016

Do you find yourself attracted to married or unavailable partners? Do you love the challenge? Or the thrill of seeing if you can get him to choose you over someone else? Do you fall for guys who just can’t or won’t give you their full attention or desire? You know, the workaholics, addicts, commitment-phobes, and […]

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Should you stay friends with your ex on social media? Only if you’re a psychopath.

May 17, 2016

Are you a human hoarder? Should you stay social media friends with your ex? This is a question I get a TON from readers — not just from daters wondering what dating etiquette says about unfriending someone you’ve slept with, but often because you’re in a new relationship and you find yourself really uncomfortable about […]

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What Your Date’s Favorite Ice Cream Reveals About His Personality

April 26, 2016

Can your favorite ice cream help you find true love?   A 20-year study by Dr. Alan Hirsch, of the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation revealed that certain personality types favor one ice cream flavor over another.  Which means one of the most unexpected places to find out if your date is your […]

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Dating After Divorce

April 26, 2016

Advice for Dating: Dating After Divorce by Lisa Daily This week on the Daytime Show I’m talking about how to get back on the horse, following your divorce.  After all, if you’ve been married 5-10-20 years, the idea of dating again after your divorce can seem daunting.  Scary. Terrifying.  Which is why this week on […]

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5 Weird Ways Science Can Improve Your Love Life

March 1, 2016

Love. Relationships. Science. Science isn’t just for splitting atoms or figuring out how to start a colony on Mars, you can also use it to make your relationships happier, stronger, and last longer. This week on Daytime, I’m talking about some new scientific data empirically proven to make your love life better. xo, TweetGoogle+

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Bizarre Valentine’s Day Traditions From Around the World

February 14, 2016

Well, it’s not a box from Tiffany’s… I’ve been covering Valentine’s Day for about 15 years. As a dating expert, it’s pretty much my busiest day of the year. If you need to know what to do if you’re dateless on Valentine’s Day, or  what you should smell like for your big Valentine’s Day date, […]

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Love & Money: How your credit score impacts your love life. by Lisa Daily

October 27, 2015

You might have seen John Oliver’s recent segment about how your credit rating can impact everything from your ability to secure housing to finding employment. But what you might not know is that your credit score can actually affect your relationships as well — and no, I’m not just talking about those dates who will […]

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WARNING: People May Be Larger Than They Appear

August 17, 2015

WARNING: People May Be Larger Than They Appear By Lisa Daily We’ve all heard the saying you can’t judge a book by its cover, but when it comes to dating, we’re all prone to snap judgments, right? He wears socks with sandals, or drips nacho cheese on his Mickey Mouse tie all night? He’s a […]

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