In this category, Professor Funlink shares with you some dating tips with interesting blogs on human psychological behaviour. Read on to find out more.
Nov 10th, 2013

Many broken friendships are destined to stay that way. Renewals are mostly reserved for those special, intimate friendships, the one that bought meaning to our lives. How can you restore broken friendships? We can make new friends but some broken friendships are worth restoring. Here are the 5 plans which help you determine whether or not a particular friendship should be saved.

Oct 22nd, 2013

Planning for an oversea trip with your girlfriend this coming year end? If this is your first time, there are a few tips which you may like to take note to make this trip an memorable one. If this is not your first time, planning to make it a more memorable one? Here is what it takes.

Aug 8th, 2013

Mary and Thomas (not real names) have been dating for over 5 years now. Both work in public sector and they have met each other parents several times for dinner and in festive gathering. However when Mary brings up the subject of marriage, Thomas has excuses to procrastinate it. Sound familiar to you? Do you have couple friends, where one party is keen to settle down while the other party holds some reservation?

Jul 14th, 2013

There are times where a relationship may not be heading out into the right path of happiness as you expected. You know a relationship is not just about love and happiness all the time. Have you ever give in to a conflicting situation and to work out a solution later on?

Jun 1st, 2013

If you are meeting an online new friend in person for the first time, consider a coffee date. I am not just talking about dating offline but also meeting a casual new friend. It takes time to build a new comfortable friendship. Until then, you need to get to know each other, which involve many things, including hanging out together and seeing what you have in common.

May 1st, 2013

The biggest deterrent people seem to face when it comes to moving toward a relationship from a pure friendship is rejection. They worry the other person may not reciprocate the feelings, and it may put an end to the friendship builds upon for many years. It is normal to feel embarrassed by admitting your feelings if the other person doesn't feel the same way.

Apr 1st, 2013

Have you ever encountered an embarrassing incident where others are taking about a new topic and you are somehow lost and say something else? When other people are talking, you instantly think of a story you want to share. The problem is, someone else talks about something that changes the conversation to a completely new topic. You catch no ball at all.