You're in love... you and your significant other are leaving toothbrushes at each other's houses and can hardly stand the thought of an evening apart. You realize that all of those bad dates and failed relationships have led to this point - to being with this person who makes you so happy. You've thought about
About Kelly SealKelly is a writer and former speed-dating host, and author of the new book Date Expectations: A Guide to Changing Your Dating Life and Finding Real Love at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JEM2TEU. Her contributions have appeared in The Huffington Post, Slate, Examiner, MSN, Yahoo! Living, YourTango, Digital Romance, The Frisky, and Divine Caroline among others. You can visit her blog “Notes from the Dating Trenches” at www.kellyseal.com, or find her on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.
There were countless times I’d come home from dates frustrated for one reason or another. Mostly because it was yet another bad date. Maybe he had lied in his profile – telling me he was 35 when clearly he was 60. Or maybe he said he had a successful career and then I’d find out