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Romance and Dating FAQ



Frequently Asked Questions about Romance and Dating

This FAQ about >Romance and Dating was compiled and written by Henning Klaskala alt.romance.FAQ@online.de with numerous contributions by others.

Disclaimer: Anybody looking for romance on a computer network should ask oneself whether this is the right place to go.

-0# Introduction
Don't expect an appropriate answer to any of your questions in this FAQ!...
-1# Abbreviations
AIDS = Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (see the sci.med.aids FAQ:...
-2# Is it love or not?
From: haywire@wpi.WPI.EDU (Haywire) ...
-2# How Do You Know When it's Love?
Summary of replies to a ...
-2# Seeing 'The Signs' (Body Language etc.)
From: drl@sol.acs.unt.edu (Laakso Dianna)...
-3# Nice Guys And General Stuff
From: 274-0106@mcimail.com (Paul J. Wilczynski)...
-3# More on Men and Women
From: 274-0106@mcimail.com (Paul J. Wilczynski)...
-3# Nice Guys vs. Jerks
-3# Helpful Hints to NicePeople(tm)
From: dabbott@leon.atnf.csiro.au (David Abbott)...
-4# Kissing and Hugging
From: jodar@girtab.usc.edu (Nicholas Jodar) ...
-4# First Kiss: Are Glasses A Problem?
From: bweiss@cs.arizona.edu (Beth Weiss)...
-5# Snuggling and sleeping
(See also: alt.cuddle)...
-6# Gifts
From: wong@bullet.ecf.toronto.edu (WONG Peter Chih Chen)...
-6# Romantic Care Package
From: mlhoward@unix.amherst.edu (Meredith Howard)...
-7# Flowers and their meaning
From: ae498@yfn.ysu.edu (Dawn Bott) ...
-7# The Language of Flowers.
From: jggoslin@vela.acs.oakland.edu (The Seventh Stranger)...
-8# What Do Women Want?
From: Karen Ronan < ronan@mendel.berkeley.edu>...
-8# What Do Women Find Attractive In Men?
From: weaver@weitek.COM (Michael Gordon Weaver)...
-9# Dating Skills For Women
From: PAISLEY@auvm.american.edu ...
-9# Dating Skills For Men
From: jed189@ecs.soton.ac.uk (JE Dixon)...
-9# First Dates
From: mars@eddie.mit.edu (Anita Hsiung)...
-9# First Dates Ideas
What are fun things to do on a first date? Well, it seems ...
-A# Sensitivity Training
From: jad@atux01.att.com (Jessica Danielson)...
-A# Sensitivity Training: What Is Sensitivity?
Respondents' outlook on what sensitivity is varied considerably....
-A# Sensitivity Training: What Causes Insensitivity?
What is responsible for sensitivity problems? Respondents ...
-A# Sensitivity Training: Sensitivity As A Skill
Most respondents believed that sensitivity to others could be developed....
-A# Sensitivity Training: Listening
One frequently discussed technique was listening....
-A# Sensitivity Training: Non-Verbal Communication
Acquiring an understanding of non-verbal communication was recommended....
-A# Sensitivity Training: Developing Trust And Encouraging Openness
Getting the other person to feel comfortable with you is ...
-A# Sensitivity Training: Using Your Own Feelings
Understanding the causes of unconfortable feelings in ...
-A# Sensitivity Training: Some Other Valuable Things To Remember
Be open, yourself, and remember ...
-B# Backrubs and Massages
If you want to know more about backrubs and massages read ...
-B# Giving an Effective Massage (Made Easy)
From: dontask@camelot.bradley.edu (Keith Nugent)...
-C# Fireplace scenes and the RFA
In November 1991 jcm@acsu.buffalo.edu (Joe McCorquodale) asked ...
-D# Breaking up
From: lisad@dynamo.ecn.purdue.edu (Lisa Dominique)...
-E# Romance and Dating Literature
* Intimate ...
-F# "I love you" in Various Languages
-F# "I love you" in Various Languages: Explanation of Accents
a' -> 'a' with the acute accent (') over it, accent ...
-F# "I love you" in Various Languages: Explanation of Languages
Afrikaans -> spoken by people of Dutch heritage in South ...
-F# "I love you" in Various Languages: Something extra
-G# ASCII Love and Flowers Graphics p1
Here are some flowers and other things that you might want to include in ...
-G# ASCII Love and Flowers Graphics p2
-G# ASCII Love and Flowers Graphics p3









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