How we feel as a first date approaches depends on so many factors. You might already have an idea about how well suited you could be to each other, and your tentative feelings about the other person can have a major impact. The prospect of the date could become really daunting – or you might adopt a ‘take it or leave it’ approach, explains Paula Hall, PARSHIP's dating expert. > to the article
gayPARSHIP's compatibility test really does bring couples together. > to the article
We've heard it a thousand times before ... You've got to be happy in yourself before you can be happy in a relationship.
There's something intuitive about it. It sounds like sensible advice but is it really true that you can't find a fulfilling relationship until you're 100% happy with yourself? > to the article
There are over 2 million single gay men and women in the UK, many of them looking for the love of their life. You'd think there really must be someone for everyone.
But meeting new people can be hard work and it can take a number of dates before you meet someone who could be right for you. > to the article
Three quarters of gay singles (76% gay women, 72% gay men) looking for a long-term partner think that “if two people really love each other, they should get married or enter a civil partnership”... > to the article