Assume – a word that many of us often use. It means "I expect something to be this way without any proof or evidence." For example, if you say "I assume that it’s going to rain tomorrow," it means that you’re just guessing what the weather’s going to be like without checking tomorrow’s forecast. That doesn’t … Continue Reading ››
Have you ever been to Kiev before? If yes, then you already know that it's not only the character of the city that's mesmerizing. Along with it's eclectic architecture and historic and magical atmosphere, another aspect that's most mesmerizing is the women in Kiev. You'd have to use a pain reliever when there because your neck … Continue Reading ››
Two-faced – it is the perfect adjective to describe someone who is always lying to you. When in a relationship, lying is a sign that the relationship is unhealthy and the couple has to do something about it or risk ending the partnership they have. We are here to help you discover if you should worry about your partner.
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Romantic or not, people need relationships. They can be messy at times, but experts say that we all need positive connections in our lives to be physically and mentally healthy. Unfortunately, not all the relationships that we have are healthy relationships. The good news is, you can still better your relationships, no matter how rocky they are.
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Upon reading the title, you're probably thinking that Russian ladies are not to be avoided but they're to be approached. Believe us, though, that every Russian woman (just as every other person in general), although very beautiful on the outside, can be very notorious on the inside. Since a lot of gentlemen from the West have … Continue Reading ››
Have you been online dating on AnastasiaDate for a while? If you have, you’ve probably wondered what it is about you or about your profile that ladies don’t like. During your Anastasia date search, your inbox is empty; you get a lot of invites, but not a lot of replies. How come?