Dealing With The “Are You Taking Down Your Online Dating Profile?” Conversation

At some point in time, your online dating profile will do wonders for your love life. Whether you’re looking for a friend, a hook up, or the love of your life, there is something for everyone with online dating. The thing is, having an online dating profile in most relationships is a major “no,no”. It […]

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Best Advice for a Single Mom Dating a Guy Without Kids

There is no rule that states single moms must end up with a man or a woman with kids. Just because you have kids, it doesn’t put you in a bubble, forcing you to just date other single parents. In actuality, many childless singles find single moms very attractive as they can, in a lot […]

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5 Dating Tips That Will Change the Way You Date

If you’re one of those that has gotten sick of the dating scene and has decided to take a break for a while, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Chances are you have been doing the “dating scene” the same way for years, and you’re just over the way it works, and/or doesn’t work. We […]

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SWFA’s Top 5 Food Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

If you have food allergies, you know how difficult it can be to dine out and enjoy a nice meal without the worry of hidden ingredients in your food. Depending on your food allergy, one mistake can be fatal and avoiding restaurants that don’t take the necessary steps to ensure your safety is a must. […]

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5 Excuses You Need to Stop Making in a Relationship

Have you ever wondered why your relationships don’t work? Do they seem to be going really well in the beginning and then somewhere along the line your flame starts going out? You’re probably making excuses in your relationship early on that are eventually catching up with you. Do yourself a favor and stop making these […]

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A Checklist for Mother’s Day When You are Dating a Single Mom

Mother’s Day is one of the most cherished days of the year for moms. Their birthday pales in comparison to what Mother’s Day means for moms and how special that day is to them. While being with their kids on that special day is the single most important thing to them, it’s always nice to […]

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FARE Gives You 5 Ways to Get Involved With Food Allergy Awareness Week

Food Allergy Awareness Week is fast approaching. This year, FARE is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the first Food Allergy Awareness Week and 20 years of action, education, and support. While there are many ways to get involved throughout the month of May, here are our top five suggestions. 1. Download free resources to share […]

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Advice from Grandma – “3 Dating Rules I Wish I Followed When I was Single”

 A letter from Grandma, Margo. Dear Reader, When I was younger, I was invincible. Or so I thought… I would wear my cute flower dresses, style my hair every morning and walk down the street with my head held high. I would send a quick flirtatious glance to all the cute boys I passed. I […]

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3 Rules to Follow as a Single and Dating Parent of a Child with Food Allergies

Most of our articles talk about the parent being the one with the food allergy, so let’s shift gears for a moment and talk about the kids. What if you aren’t the one with the food allergy but you are a single mom or dad in search of love with one major barrier – your […]

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How to Survive a Long Distance Relationship

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We all know that relationships come with their fair share of “ups and downs”, but if you’ve ever been in a long distance relationship, you know there sometimes seems to be more “downs” than “ups”. This is especially true if you two met in the online dating world. In fact, so many will steer clear […]

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