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Relationship advice comes at us from every direction. One woman who says she’s been married since she was 18 is now sharing hers with the world. The catch? Divorced six times. She’s been married to a different person almost every year since she was 18! Nonetheless, here is her advice on “how to find a husband and never be single again.” You can take it or leave it.

Are you happy with your Valentine’s present this year? There’s a lot of pressure on couples to get their significant other the right gift and not all partners knock it out of the park. Tina Wilson, a relationship expert and founder of the dating app Wingman, says Valentine’s Day gifts can tell you a lot about your relationship.

Source: The New Yorker

  • Jewelry – If your S.O. treated you to a piece of jewelry, that’s a big green flag. Tina says getting any kind of jewelry, even a beaded bracelet, shows your partner is serious.
  • Going out for dinner – The meaning of this one all depends on where you go to eat. If they take you to their favorite restaurant, Tina says it shows a selfish streak, but if they take you to your favorite spot, it’s a sign they put your needs above their own. And a home-cooked dinner gets a thumbs up, especially if they light a candle.
  • Lingerie – It’s one of the most cliché gifts you can get and this expert says it’s always more for him than you unless he gives you a pair of cozy PJs or a brand he knows you really love.
  • Flowers – A dozen red roses is a safe choice and even if they’re not your favorite, Tina says Valentine’s Day is one time you can “accept them and be gracious.


  • Settle down—in that order

    Settle for someone and don’t worry about aiming high. “If you shoot for the moon, you’ll miss and land on one of those garbage satellites.”

  • Be open to everyone

    You might be surprised to learn that your prince charming has a dead-end job and doesn’t know how to do laundry. “High standards are for unmarried people

  • Never trust a Gary

    The author notes she will “not be elaborating on this.

  • Be understanding

    In other words forget you have any worries and stressors of your own.

  • Don’t go to bed angry

     Instead stay up and fight all night long about the petty things. Who needs sleep anyway?

  • Don’t talk. Listen

    Pay attention to the deepest, darkest secrets they tell you. “This will give you the upper hand during future divorce proceedings.”

  • Get to know his family

     Do they have any siblings… that are single?

  • Maintain your own life

    Your own income, your own friends, your own side flings…

  • Truth that things will work out how they’re supposed to