Out of the blue

With Game of Thrones ending so badly (which I'm both furious and curiously ambivalent about at the same time) it reminded me of possibly my favourite ending of any series ever - The Sopranos. Normally I'd add a spoiler alert here, but if you've not seen it by now you probably never will, and the... Continue Reading →

Introducing my kids

When I started this blog years ago it was intended to track my thoughts about dating and not really all that much more besides. I'd never done it before, and needed to find a way to process things without paying for a therapist. The title for it sort of popped into my head out of... Continue Reading →

Single life doesn’t suck

I appreciate this piece is a little late to the party and I've therefore missed riding the zeitgeist wave, but Emma Watson's words on being "self-partnered" have been all over the place recently and sparked countless discussions, debates and articles on both sides of opinion. In case you missed it, the UN Ambassador recently mentioned... Continue Reading →

Unrequited Love

I've mentioned before that my first ever kiss was with Katie Patterson, after her big sister locked us in the shed together and wouldn't let us out until we touched lips. Katie, however, was not my first love. Well, perhaps love is too strong a word as I was a mere child, but it was... Continue Reading →

Introducing the Swiped Out Podcast

I love podcasts. I listen to loads of them, covering subjects as diverse as football, F1, comedy, current affairs, economics and more. I love hearing new, interesting and/or funny opinions on everything as I sit on the train or drive to work, or even while pottering around the kitchen at home. A couple of months... Continue Reading →

Chase me

"Play it mean and keep them keen". So says the dating advice that has been handed down from generation to generation. The psychological idea behind this old adage is one of scarcity increasing desirability; if your positive feedback and comments are rarer then the other person will crave them more, and will therefore work harder... Continue Reading →

Long distance relationships

There was a recent survey shared a while ago where single people were asked how long they would be willing to travel to find love. I expected to see people hovering around the hour mark, maybe slightly longer. After all, if you're interested in someone then you'll make the extra effort to actually see them,... Continue Reading →

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