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The Short Version: Whether you’re in a relationship or still on the dating scene, you can always use advice on how to keep your love life strong while maintaining your dignity and standards. LoveDignity.com is an online destination for those who don’t want to compromise in romance. The site contains a library of entertaining articles on everything from how to approach a girl to how to have great sex. In-the-know experts share reviews of dating guides and sites, and an active forum lets users chime in on whatever is troubling their hearts. With new content posted frequently, there’s always something to learn so you can remain happily in love — or find the love you seek.
One of the many articles on LoveDignity.com speaks to some of my unfortunate experiences with men. It’s titled “10 Creepy Guy Types You Should Avoid (No Matter What).” For me, it has been like playing lousy date bingo.
I have seen them all: the “Over Protective” guy and the “Staring at Boobs and Butt” guy. I met a “Swanker” once — which is an out-of-touch rich guy — who immediately sent me a picture of his sports car and bragged about how he was buying a plane. He didn’t even get a first date.
I’ve also dealt with the “Horny” guy, the “Male Chauvinist,” and the “Stalker” — all certified creeps. Luckily, the article on LoveDignity may help a few other women recognize these guys before they get their foot in the door.
LoveDignity frequently shares advice through its articles, but the site offers more than just dating insights. Its filled with information about how to maintain a happy marriage, have amazing sex, get your ex back, and so much more. Some of the people involved in founding LoveDignity have struggled with a variety of issues relating to love and dating so the advice and other information they write about comes from experience.
“We feel as though this adds to the overall richness of the content,” said Anna Fleszer, a relationship writer who provides advice on the site. “I mean, would you want to take advice on love from people who haven’t had to overcome these kinds of difficulties themselves? Our ultimate goal is to help those who are having problems with their relationships as well as people who are looking for love.”
Whatever phase of life you’re in — just having fun, seriously dating, or looking for love — the site has plenty of advice for you.
“We like to think of our website as a one-stop-shop for anyone who needs help concerning matters of the heart,” Anna said. “There is a section for everyone on our site.”
The site is broken down in sections for dating, relationships, love, and marriage, which cover the different stages of a relationship. Article titles include “How to Approach a Girl on a Street” for those who are currently single, and “An Ultimate Guide to Marriage” for married couples who want to make their relationship work long term.
“We try to write content that is helpful to those who are currently in relationships as well as people who want to be in one. We understand that not everyone is the same, so we try to mix up our content to reflect that,” Anna said.
One reason LoveDignity can cater to so many demographics is that it has a team behind the scenes that is equally diverse.
“Our team members all have unique personality traits, quirks, and skills,” Anna said. “Our writers come from a variety of backgrounds, which we feel benefits our readers immensely.”
One team member, Jonah White, has more than five years of experience in couples counseling. His point of view offers unique insights for his articles. Another team member, James Clark, uses his optimism to help people stay positive as they search for answers to their problems.
“The overall culture of our organization is about working together as a team to get things done. We always try to feed off each other and come up with ideas that will be useful to our readers,” Anna said. “We also try to put our own egos aside for the sake of the website.”
Alongside advice columns, the website features a popular reviews section, where those who have read relationship guides or used certain products can write posts about their experiences. For instance: Does Manish Leone’s “Silent Seduction” guide really help men seduce women? The answer seems to be yes, as long as the guy is not a creep.
“It’s our goal to help our visitors learn as much as possible about these resources before deciding which ones they should buy,” Anna said. “All of the reviews come from people who have actually read these books and guides.”
The Relationship & Dating Forum, where users can post problems and others can chime in with advice from personal experience, is also a visitor favorite. Topics like “She got mad because I didn’t unfollow my ex” and “A bf or sugar daddy? I dunno what I am” are common topics that receive a lot of readership.
“The forum is for those who want to discuss a wide range of topics, so almost nothing is considered off limits. We feel like this helps people who use our site to get the answers they need from other knowledgeable and experienced individuals,” Anna said. “Many users have contacted us saying how much they enjoy our site’s forum.”
Anna and the LoveDignity team is working on new features, but the primary goal is to continue helping as many readers as possible find love and dignity in their relationships.
“Our mission is to reach people with our content, and we are constantly finding new ways to accomplish that,” she said. “One way we measure the success of our work is by the number of positive messages we receive via email and social media.”
That keeps the team motivated to post even more helpful articles and also work to make the site even more user-friendly in the future. All the effort is well worth it, Anna said.
“It means a lot to know that we are helping so many people with our content on a daily basis. We take our jobs very seriously, and it’s amazing to hear from all the people whose lives we touch,” she said. “This is why we do what we do, and it’s gratifying work.”