Carnival of Dating Advice, 14th Edition

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It's time for our first new carnival of the new year - Carnival 14 of the Carnival of Dating Advice, bringing you the best new

Today's articles include some on talking to women and what to say; one on shyness; and even articles on the impact of money on relationships and the differences in concerns between married and unmarried couples.

Let's proceed with the carnival...


Johnny Dzubak from the Art of Charm writes "What To Say To A Girl Your Like? There Are No Best Pick-Up Lines.," a post that's all about you talking to girls, regardless of what's on your mind. Instead of trying to say the right thing, say anything, is the advice - what's it really about isn't the words themselves, but how those words are said.

Fearless Men's John Mummery sends us "Communicating | Seems easy but we all know it isn’t," an article with 8 tips on being a better communicator - including creating the right experience for listeners, being responsive, and NOT being completely honest about feelings and opinions simply for the sake of total honesty.

Online Dating

Tamika from Tamika Lanelle - Thinking Out Loud presents "Real Fish or Catfish?," discussing the phenomenon of meeting someone in online dating who isn't whom they appear to be, and how to tell the difference between those that are and those that aren't as they say and seem.


Eternity from our new forum right here on the site recently recommended an article that makes for a pretty fascinating read, entitled "Inside The Mind Of Guys Who Are Shy And Inexperienced With Women." The article paints an accurate portrayal of how shy and inexperienced men tend to think about women, although the solutions it presents are advice for women interested in shy men to take action (unlikely, for most women, even those who are interested) rather than for shy men to break out of their shyness.


Mr. CBB from Canadian Budget Binder submits the verbose and interesting "What Most Women Want In A Man… and It’s Not Always Money $," that explores the interplay of dating and money.


From Love in India, Sulagna Dasgupta presents "Why Marriages and Relationships are like Apples and Oranges (Part 2)," discussing the differences marriage present for most couples after getting hitched. Sulagna says, "Are you planning to get married? Are you just married? Planning your honeymoon, perhaps...? Take it from the horses mouth - marriage is an entirely different ballgame from being in a relationship - irrespective of how long you've known each other. This article is a part of a two-part series on the six pillars of differences that separate marriage from being in a relationship - based on my personal experience of living the first 5 months of married life."

Wrapping Up

... and that wraps us up for the fourteenth edition of the Carnival of Dating Advice. If you're reading this and want to submit for next time, check out the guidelines here.

Hope you found these articles fun and useful. Tune in next time for more great posts from around the Internet.

Chase Amante

Chase AmanteAbout the Author: Chase Amante

Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone. So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating. After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website. He will teach you everything he knows about girls in one single program in his Mastery Package.


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Maxz's picture

Hey Chase, just a quick question. If you tell a girl you are thinking of her, does that ruin the mystery and she knows she has you?

Told a girl I'm trying to bed throught text that I was thinking of her. I do not know if that will put her in auto rejection sensing she now as the guy.

Mr.CBB's picture

Thanks for the inclusion in your carnival. I hope your fans learn something interesting from my blog post about women and money!

Anonymous's picture

I have a Secret mission for you, Chase. Get Richardus back on here. Demand some compliance.

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