Second dates are pretty major. And afterwards you'll have to decide whether or not this guy is worthy of a third date, after which you'll pretty much ...
(Photo: Getty Images) Let's face it: Sex is on our minds all the time. We live it, breathe it and will do almost anything to get it. A ...
Those who follow me on Huffington Post and elsewhere are aware that I am an advocate for the reform of laws concerning alimony or spousal support. I ...
You can't force love, chemistry or even a connection. Those have to happen organically. But that doesn't mean there aren't ways to help it along -- which is exactly what the new app 2 Truths does.
This past week The New York Times released a report that made those holding steadfast to monogamy jump with joy: American divorce rates are the lowest they've been since the 80's. But why? The answer is a simple one: Millenials aren't getting married.
Men and women who have not had opportunities to question gender roles, beliefs and cultural/religion roots, cannot change them. Women who are not aware of their rights cannot claim them.
Astonishingly, I've managed to convince every guy I've dated in the past two and a half years that I am Cool, Chill Girl. Cool, Chill Girl is a male construct happily scoffed at among female roommates over glasses of wine, but it's a coveted label nonetheless.
Turning your back on true gentleman behavior isn't listed on the divorce documents as an official source of the whole thing breaking down, but I guarantee you it ought to be.
You're excited, nervous, doubtful, hopeful, ambivalent, hesitant, happy. There are just a few of the thoughts and emotions most people experience when preparing for a first date.
Every time we're caught in our thoughts or feelings about something other than what's right in front of us, another moment is gone forever. Seize eve...
First dates can be pretty nerve-racking. We can find ourselves plagued with fears and worries because we don't know what to really expect.
We don't need to jump into the arms and beds of different people until one of them decides to stay for a little while longer than the rest. We don't need titles and commitment that's rushed, or done so for any reason influenced by others.
Self-love is a game-changer. It will elevate you to live a life that feels purposeful and aligned with what you truly want. It will improve your relationships with others and boost your self-worth. So ask yourself... Aren't you worthy of your own, unconditional love?
Understanding our deeper fears can help tremendously with restoring communication and connection in our relationships. If you feel a strong emotional reaction coming on, step back and ask yourself, "where is this coming from?"
"So, what happens if you get the job you applied for in Pennsylvania?" I asked, taking a sharp turn away from the light and flirty conversation that made my second date with Alex so pleasantly compelling.
Real respect and consideration are easy to spot. They make you feel good. You feel cared for, listened to and special. In good, healthy relationships, you know where you stand and you don't spend your time reading articles like this.