As 2018 steadily moves forward, relationship sites everywhere focus on the past to help improve our present. There are a ton of opinions to questions that seem so basic and simple, yet must cause many people trouble according to the high number of searches. We all look to the internet for perspective and answers, but who thinks the best solution for your relationship issue is online… from a stranger… who has no details on the situation?
Some questions are pretty self-explanatory but most others could not possibly be broached without some detail and background. I am careful to not overstep my answers to reader’s when questions sent leave out many of the determining factors.
As a Matchmaker, I discuss relationship issues everyday. Most people think a matchmaker’s job is done after two people are connected, and it sometimes is. Most of the time though, a matchmaker also helps couples work out problems and stay the course.
After all, lust is easy, keeping the love is hard.
Before I give my answers to the most Googled questions of 2017, I must issue the following disclaimer:
I cannot comprehend a functional adult expecting to find useful answers to some of the vaguer questions that follow. I assume it must be Millennials.
The Most Googled Dating Questions of 2017:
How to make long-distance relationships work?
Well, it’s not much different than a face-to-face relationship, and all the same rules apply. You have to make an effort. If money is not an issue, than you travel as much as possible to see one another. If money is an issue, you still have to make an effort, daily.
There is no reason you cannot “see” each other every single day. Skype, face-time, et cetera.
I recommend all my clients dating someone from a far set a weekly date night. Yes, an online date night. The two of you can eat dinner, watch a movie, or just sit and talk together. This little effort goes a long way.
How to change relationship status on Facebook?
It is acceptable to Google this…here’s a link:
How to build trust in a relationship?
Effort and honest communication. Apply liberally. It’s really that simple.
What is a poly relationship?
Good one to Google here. It’s a relationship with more than two consenting people. Generally, everyone in the relationship knows the “relationship rules.” As long as they are followed, everyone is happy.
How to save your relationship?
Who Googles this? Save from what? Cheating? Lies? Financial woes? General Doom and Gloom?
Without more information, how is this an answerable question?
If you are Googling this question, get off the f*&cking internet and talk to your partner. Now!
What is an open relationship?
This is a relationship that follows the motto: “don’t ask, don’t tell.” You can kinda “see and do” who you want, when you want.
How to get over a relationship?
Heal through introspection, realization, and therefore, growth. Move forward with your new perspective and focus on what you could improve the next time. If you need help with this, try my self-help manual.
The Matchmaker’s Perspective – click to view.
How to get out of a toxic relationship?
We basically move on from every relationship the same way. We make a choice to end something, then put one foot in front of the other, never looking back.
How to know when your relationship is over?
If you Google “how to know when your relationship is over,” IT IS OVER!
Don’t forget to send me your dating and relationship questions… with detail!