Tamarin Fountain trained and worked as a professional actress, before travelling the world in events and entertainment roles on board cruise liners. Tamarin now lives in Edinburgh where she works in Project/Change Management, is an aspiring comedienne and cares deeply about the issues surrounding dating, singleness and emotional wellbeing for Christians. You can follow Tamarin on Twitter or read her blog here.
Whether you love Christmas and New Year and are super excited at the prospect of Yuletide cheer, or whether you dread advent looming on the calendar, you’ll be glad to know there’s plenty of ways in which this period is actually a good time to be single. It’s known as the season to be jolly but read on to find out how this is also the season of hope and opportunity.
In the second part of this two-part series, I offer some practical advice and insight into what it’s like to date as a parent. Single parenting isn’t easy and being in a relationship isn’t always easy either, but each brings great joy and combining the two can bring the same into your children’s lives.
In this two-part series, I offer some tips and insights for single parents who’re dating and those who may be dating a parent. Whether you have kids yourself or are considering someone who does, it’s important to be aware of how both you and they will be affected.
It can be confusing walking the line between admiring the way someone looks and making them feel as if they’re only valued for their physical appearance. So in this article, I answer some questions about the nature and nurture of physical attraction.
Rising temperatures and light nights bring a wealth of opportunities to get outdoors and hit the reset button after winter. So here are seven suggestions of on-trend, seasonal date ideas, that’ll help you make the most of this summer.
The support that being part of a community offers is really valuable. For single people in particular, having a bunch of friends and acquaintances to hang out with brings a rich variety of experiences and social opportunities. Instigating and arranging group days/nights out can also be a great way to network and get to know other singles, but lots of trips to cinemas, restaurants and cafes can become expensive. So here are some tips and ideas to help you plan inclusive, fun (and wallet-friendly) activities.
The many life skills discovered on the journey to finding a partner are often overlooked and underrated. Practically, spiritually and emotionally, flying solo can be extremely fruitful: necessity causes you to accomplish things on your own and develop abilities you never imagined.
Online dating brings quite literally a world of opportunities, and that in turn raises the question: How wide should you make your search for love?
The answer of course will depend on your personal circumstances and preferences, but broadening the geographical options might just be a great way to enrich your experience and increase the chances of finding that special someone.