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Some people think that the profile summary on your dating page is no big deal. I think it’s a deal breaker. A friend of mine said that when she looks at a potential’s profile and sees “I’ll tell you later” winky face. Her advice? “Buyer beware.”
There are many reasons why you may be 40+ and looking for love. Maybe it’s your first time, maybe you’re divorced and getting back out there, maybe you’re widowed, or maybe you’ve been in a long-term relationship that ended and is just ready to get back out there. In any case, you may be feeling alone, but you’re not. Just check out the 'Singles over 40' profiles on TriState Black Singles for proof.
Coming off a divisive election, contentious inauguration, and show of solidarity Women’s March (reminiscent and just as awe inspiring as The Million Women’s March back in the 90s) it’s nice to think about something as simple as love in February—the true unselfish kind. Like being kind to others, smiling and saying hello to strangers—it goes a long way. It’s the little acts of kindness that may help to heal wounds. It got me to thinking about why sites like TriState Black Singles are so important.
Just like the princess (or prince in the Disney version) had to kiss many frogs to find their one, it might take our modern-day Single Black Kings and Queens much patience and many clicks through dating profiles to find love in the Tristate area. As someone who has tried online dating, the number of profiles to wade through might seem daunting. Alas, don’t despair, 2017 will be your best dating year ever with TriState Black Singles!

Hello black single, Do you tell your friends everything about your dating life? The obvious answer to this is, who doesn’t? We all do it. It’s easy to run to friends to spill details, because that’s what friends do. They hear our stories. But, in their eagerness to look out for you, they fill your […]

Dear Black Single: Don’t you sometimes need a break for enjoying life and relaxing? How about surrounding yourself with some positive people? How about hosting a Kwanzaa dinner party? Give your friends and some relatives a call to bring everyone together. There is a lot more to life besides work. Also, being around such positivity […]

Hello black single: Do you have more men or women as your friends? Have you noticed how frequently people mixup friendliness with flirting? Once lines blur, intentions become cloudy. Perhaps this explains why some women and men stick with their own. I think that this is fine, but it might hinder approaching the opposite sex. […]