It can be a little awkward to seek out reddit relationship advice, seeing as how the concept itself is still so new for so many out there. Sure, relationship articles have been a staple for decades in magazines and newspapers (remember those?) but it’s an online world now, and that means reddit is on, among other things, online dating.
If you pick up a copy of US Weekly, Cosmo or Good Housekeeping, chances are good that you’ll find dating tips. There are lots of interesting implications to that—especially seeing as how all of the articles we just listed tend towards a predominantly-female readership, with relationship advice for women articles not targeted at men —but for our purposes, the big hurdle is recognizing that with the online world comes new and exciting online relationships—one of them being reddit relationships.
Companies, like consumers and, yes, partners in a relationship, need to adapt or else find themselves out of the loop. Hence why Cosmo now publishes articles regularly on their website, why we increasingly look to find our relationship advice from online sources, and why those who fail to keep up with the trends are doomed to fall by the wayside.
With that in mind, here are our top six reddit relationship advice tips for reddit users around the world