If a smart and funny, beautiful, sexy, determined, self-sufficient woman crosses your path, and that's what you truly want in a woman, don't run away like a coward. Man the hell up.
"Self-Love" is a popular term that is used now, more than ever, and is thought to be something that is a prerequisite for a good life and loving relationships. But what exactly is self-love, and why is it so important?
I had only been in LA for a few months. My Nashville life crumbled after a record deal crashed and burned "Behind The Music" style, so I did what most people would do in that scenario. I started dating a younger man and moved us to Hollywood to start a career in stand up comedy.
Humans have underlying insecurities and fears that can easily alter one's best intentions when "telling all." What was intended as an honestly stated and understandable scenario can quickly turn into something harmful when shared at the wrong time or under the wrong conditions.
Dating is probably the most annoying and crazy thing I have ever had to do, but I do know this. Every experience I have had, every crazy curveball this life has thrown at me, I have learned from each experience what I do not want in a partner and in a relationship.
Love yourself first if you haven't worked on that already. Have a life of your own that does not require the presence of a significant other. Kids can keep us busy with activities, but friends are the anchor to our sanity. Give yourself permission to have it all!
My mum always used to force me to get back on anything I fell off-- horses, bikes, water-skis....men. Well, not actually the latter, but she would have if she was still around. So I now needed to apply this life lesson to my love life.
You see an attractive man when you're out and about and you'd like to get him to notice you. But what do you do? Men need encouragement to know it's safe to approach you. Here are five tips certain to let him know you're interested in him.
New research confirms what we already knew: Women are more inclined to let their freak flag fly on vacation and less concerned about catching a ...
How can sex possibly stay interesting for a lifetime? I have good news for younger people. I'm going to allay your worst fears and help you to relax about the idea of sex in the later years of marriage. I will tell you the spoiler right now. It's pretty good.
I am 30, and it took this long to value my self-worth. I have never spoken publicly about this subject, but I feel confident enough now to share my story.
They've gone into the Tinder mystery zone, the place where people express interest in another person, but then mysteriously can't express that interest with communication. It's basically the modern day Twilight Zone, but every episode ends the same way.
They fall in love with you in the way that you want someone to love you. It isn't frivolous or lustful. It isn't selfish. It's real.
Everyone knows that the real and honest way to be in a relationship is to say what you feel, and mean what you say. But what if that comes at the cost of possibly losing someone who you enjoy more than any other person you have ever met?
Is it odd and unconventional and hard to explain to new people who enter MY life, yes it is. However; I wouldn't change any of it. To see my daughter smile, to see my friend happy and to see my ex find the love he deserves makes me happy.
Blame. It's one of those things that seem to be a part of all kinds of relationships. It's in our relationships with family members, with our partners or spouse, with friends and it can even be with our co-workers.