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Janis Spindel runs the matchmaking service with her daughter Carly Spindel. They introduce men to the woman of their dreams. Together, they are responsible for 13 short of 4,000 marriages and you can be the next. The matchmakers work with men who understand confidentiality and a boutique service to find a wife.

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Dating 101: The Sweatpants Dilemma – Are You Too Comfortable in Your Relationship?

So you and Mr. Right (Now) have been dating for about a month. Full make-up, cute and flattering clothing, excellent conversation – these are all a given. But what about the six month mark? One year? Part of the fun of falling in love is that you can accept a person completely, with all of their flaws and quirks. But it’s dangerous to grow too comfortable in a relationship. When your significant other stops trying to impress or attract you, the relationship might be in danger. Just because something isn’t so new anymore, doesn’t mean you should stop making an effort! Do your best to keep things fresh and exciting, and you’ll never get tired of your partner. Consult this checklist – if you’re doing three or more of these things, you might need to reevaluate how comfortable you feel in the relationship!

DO YOU:

– wear make-up when you see him?

This is an easy one to forget. Your man should love you for your natural beauty, it’s true, but the purpose of make-up is simply to enhance your god-given assets. And more than anything, men take a lack of physical grooming as a sign. It’s not so much about the make-up itself, it’s more about the fact that you’ve stopped putting in effort, and this can be worrisome.

 – dress nicely when it’s just you two?

Of course you wear pretty clothes and cute outfits for work, going out with friends, grabbing drinks. But if your home wardrobe has gone from sexy to slouchy, he’s bound to wonder why. Put just as much effort into your look when you’re around him – don’t reach for the sweatpants and baggy tees just because you two are at home. If you really want to be cozy, buy some cute underwear, maybe a nightgown or a girly tank-top and shorts combo from Victoria’s Secret PINK. But whatever you do, don’t think it’s okay to become frumpy. This is a recipe for disaster.

 – eat like a slob in front of him?

Table manners are a must in any setting. Whether you’re on a first date, dining with the President, or just sitting on the couch eating take-out, it’s never okay to be gross. Cut your food properly, don’t guzzle or slurp anything, and make an effort to eat healthy. Sure, once in a while it can be fun to be casual – chopsticks aren’t the most formal utensils around, and things can get a little messy. But maintain your graceful table manners and etiquette, and he’ll remember how classy his girl can be.

 – forget to spend quality time with him?

Once you’ve been dating for a long time, it’s logical that you’ll begin to take each other for granted. You two have been together for ages, it seems, so why wouldn’t he be available next weekend? But this mindset is dangerous – it’s never a good idea to assume that he’ll always be available just for you. Let him know that spending time with him is a PRIORITY for you, and that you enjoy getting to know him and getting to hang out. Ask him ahead of time to see a movie, tell him you can’t wait to have dinner, make him feel special. If he feels like you don’t treasure the time you two have together, why would be bother sticking around?

 – act more like a sister than a girlfriend?

Everyone knows that a dirty mouth isn’t so attractive. But once in a while, we slip, and that’s okay. The problem is when you can’t transition out of pirate mode, and you wind up sounding like a delinquent with a limited vocabulary. Furthermore, belches, bodily functions, and other crudeness have no place in a relationship. Maintain an air of sophistication and you’ll be thought of much better for it. Remember that he deserves respect, and part of that is communicated through the way you interact with him, and around him. Be the woman he wants to show off, not the lazy girlfriend he’s ashamed of dating.