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Dating can be a confusing for many people. What did that text mean? Who should call after the date? When should we have our first kiss? I could go on and on.
If you’re feeling lost in your love life, check out our 10 Best Blogs for Dating Questions.
Bragging Rights: two sides, all the answers
The Girls Ask Guys blog was launched by a team of software engineers and website designers in need of dating advice themselves, so they collected their thoughts and experiences and reached out to experts. Much of their content is built around real questions like “How Can I Stop Being So Insecure/Jealous of His Ex-Girlfriend?” Go ahead and ask away!
Social Clout: 28,740+ likes, 16,195+ followers
Bragging Rights: the go-to site for any question
Yahoo Answers is one of the most valuable tools in a dating landscape, with input from experts and laymen on topics for singles and those already in relationships. From more trivial issues like “This Girl Won’t Text Me Back” to deeper concerns like “Leaving a Cheater,” the answer often comes from someone whose been there.
Social Clout: 61,381+ likes, 9,083+ followers
Bragging Rights: a reliable reputation
The Dating section of About.com fields just about every relationship issue known to man and woman. Led by Bonny Albo, the team brings logic and educated voices to concerns like “On a Date, Who Pays?” and “How to Get Over Fears About Meeting New People.” Bonus: Other readers can also share their input.
Social Clout: 4,075+ followers
Bragging Rights: consultancy for singles
The Wilfreds blog tackles the many corners of young life, including college living, health and life as a single. In the dating section, clear but fun guidance is offered in posts like “Why Girls Fight Over Guys These Days” and “15 Love Lessons from Penguins (Yes, Penguins!)”
Social Clout: 34,412+ likes, 838+ followers
Bragging Rights: listen more. love more
This site is home to the Mr. ‘n’ Mrs. Romance podcasts, where hosts Jack and Gilda explore “the extraordinary breadth of the human condition in relation to romance, love and sex.” From first loves and heartbreaks, to even fetishes, they break down common trends like “The Knight in Shining Armour Complex.”
Social Clout: 871+ followers, 33+ likes
Bragging Rights: for those who blunder up their relationships
Dedicated to those who always seem to get it wrong when it comes to dating, this team of gathered experts dissects the art of flirting, the bitterness of single life and a better understanding of why things often don’t work out. From “Dealing With Unrequited Love” to “How to Get a Girl the Star Trek Way,” the content is bold and unapologetic.
Social Clout: 2,571+ followers, 1,340+ likes
Bragging Rights: where relationship advice questions are answered
The blog from Wayne and Tamara is home to the Direct Answers advice column seen weekly in newspapers worldwide. Wayne and Tamara Mitchell began the series nearly 15 years ago, allowing for a vast archive on everything from dating fundamentals to “Dealing With Exes.” The approach is professional without being too clinical, which makes for a well-balanced atmosphere.
Bragging Rights: advice. staircase wit. faux pas. movies
From an up-and-coming screenwriter and “patron saint of breakups” comes the Captain Awkward blog, which flips the traditional advice column on its head by fielding questions based on how characters from cinema might address problems. Topics like “My Crush Told Everyone About My Crush” and “You Get to Choose Your Own Happiness” are thoughtful and lively.
Bragging Rights: making daters more dateable
Hunt for Advice is the blog of Hunt Ethridge, the senior coach at New York Dating Coach. Having consulted with hundreds of individuals and couples, his advice is centered around confidence building, image and style improvement and better conversation skills. His team consists of many top speakers at dating conferences, which makes the site even more authoritative.
Social Clout: 162+ followers
Bragging Rights: 1 year. 1 man. 100 dates.
Many great blogs follow their author’s learning curve, like the One Hundred Dates blog, where Evan Barden shares his “social experiment and personal quest” to chronicle a year-long marathon race toward better romance. Sharing as he learns, he fields questions and takes advice in order to break himself of being strictly a serial monogamist.
Social Clout: 247+ followers, 170+ likes
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