Soft ghosting is basically ghosting with a thin veil of nicety.
These days, you hear a lot of people complaining about the current state of dating. It's no wonder -- the rules of dating seem to be constantly changing.
As fun as it is to swipe all day and all night, to really connect, it may be best to bring in the pros and leave the web for everything else.
Generally speaking, Asians and Jews have a lot in common: a strong sense of family and culture, priorities on education and success and troubled wartime histories. And let's be honest, a Korean mother is basically a Jewish mother with a stronger accent.
Can we just do away with the dreaded 'friends with benefits' term altogether? I don't like what it implies: 1) That unless you're having sex with me, my friendship is benefit-free. 2) That a Justin Timberlake film bears some relevance to my dating life.
A recent study shows that men no longer prefer a beautiful bimbo on their arm, but instead lust after 'female earners' and career-oriented women. Does this mean trophy wives have finally retired, or will the high-powered trend fade out?