I worry that my husband may not want to bone me because, well, I'm not in good shape right now. Yes, I said it. I'm a few or 10 pounds overweight and I'm not even finding myself attractive.
Guys -- especially married guys -- hate dancing, and I am no exception. Problem is, my wife loves to dance. But she knew I didn't dance when we met, so that was just part of the deal.
Think of it this way: Once you're married, your relationship will never go through this phase again. So celebrate it! Enjoy it. Embrace it. Easier said than done? Here a few intentional ways that you can take time to appreciate this point in your relationship, and ensure that your marriage starts out on the right foot.
Have you seen my glasses?
Menopause crashed my hotness with a thud heard in three states. Suddenly I was more "Ma'am" than MILF. Men stopped whistling at me from the street and started helping me through the crosswalk. People no longer commented "You look so much like your mother" and started assuming we were sisters.
I have opinions, and if you read my weekly blogs regularly you know that I do not hesitate to voice those opinions. But I am not opinionated. I like to think that I base my opinions on "evidence and good reason."
At 50, I was finally able to admit to myself that I was a lesbian. I have been married for over 25 years and have a daughter, 15. My marriage has been a martyrdom, as I have no desire.
When it comes to decoding your gift, I can help. If you got earrings or some other nice-ish piece of jewelry, that probably means your boyfriend genuinely cares about you and is not looking to breakup. But it also likely means he knows that you want a ring, but he is not ready or willing to go there.
So how does one move on, when the love of your life is gone, be it your husband or wife or another soul mate with whom you shared a life for many years or for several decades? In truth, you don't move on; the beloved is still inside you. You just make room in your life for a new relationship.
I understand that posting hateful comments should never be done. But what about a positive message about a painful life event? Isn't a post without any hate okay?
It's the most wonderful time of the year, unless you are out of love. If you feel alone in your relationship all the nostalgic songs playing, roman...
It is not unusual for people to mix romance with business. Countless couples, married or not, work together every day. They invest their emotional well-being and their professional well-being in the same person.
If you were not attracted to me at 420 pounds, then ignore me at 200 pounds. I would rather be alone for the rest of my life than be with someone who only loved me now. My wife saw something in me at 400 pounds. She had no idea I would be able to lose weight.
True love is what's left after the candles have burned out, the roses have died and the chocolates are gone.
Others just entertain. David Nicholls' latest book, "Us" leaves its readers--at least this one-- fulfilled and slightly unsettled in a good way.