Want some quick online dating advice and not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered with a handful of the best dating tippers Twitter has to offer. Great for dating novices, or for dudes looking to up their game in 140 characters or less.
“A digital first impression is never an entire definition of a person. If they seem worth a cocktail, message & meet up!”
Author of #LoveAtFirstClick and founder of an online dating consultancy, Laurie Davis is on a mission to help online daters find each other – and then meet up with somewhere a little more substantial than a chat room. Her feed features snippets from her day to day life alongside excellent tips and info for the digital dater.
“Should you be worried if your partner says they don’t know why they love you?”
Almost exclusively links to articles and Q&A posts for people with dating woes, this is a great resource for two reasons: First, its more articles than slice of life banter. Second, if nothing else some of the questions featured will make you feel a lot better about your situation. After seeing questions like “Should I do something for my bf of 6 months on father’s day?” being single for now might not sound so bad!
“Most of your friends will peek way early. Don’t. Make money. Work out. Don’t marry the first girl you kiss. Glory waits.”
A hyper-successful dating coach and possibly the most hardcore dating dude on the internet, Braddock went into the practice upon discovering that his game needed a serious upgrade. What worked in high school definitely didn’t work on flirt-savvy college girls, and instead of caving and crying about the Friend Zone, Braddock went out determined to learn how to navigate the dating life of an adult. These days, he offers that advice through the popular Love System pick-up training program, letting men know how women want to be treated and all the ways to pull it off without being coming off like a creep.
“It is funny how many in relationships think the grass is greener somewhere else. The truth is, it may be-but not if you don’t water it!”
The self-proclaimed image maven behind statusmakeover.com, Rachel Russo answers simple dating questions everyone is afraid to ask with tweets like “You don’t find a great relationship by going in and thinking about what you’ll get,” and offers clear, firm advice on how to change your relationship status in a way that works for you. You won’t get tough-guy pick-up artist training from this feed, but you’re sure to get tips worth putting into practice.
“Women do want nice guys … they just don’t want boring guys! The Nice Guy stereotype describes a man who doesn’t lead or spike emotions.”
Samuel McCrohan is a UK-based dating coach who’s dedicated his life to making sure