If you've already got the perfect present for your hubby, let's hope it isn't on this list. This is stuff we just DON'T need...
Red roses, really? You bought these online and didn't even go to a florist to hand pick them? That's the best you can do, boo?
Just for fun, we thought we'd explore the darker side of love in the wild -- with animals that are willing to die for it!
From the moment I knew of your existence I couldn't imagine life without you. I knew what an honor and a gift it would be to get to be your mother. And so, it has been my heart's desire to guard your heart, to protect it, and to cherish it all the days of my life.
Valentine's Day is upon us, and it's time to express our love with gifts that would normally only be appropriate for a Care Bear.
By all means, pay attention when the CDC says your heart is the key to your health today and tomorrow. But don't forget that heart health is the foundation of your emotional wellness, because what you feel in the body, mind and heart all flows together.
Make no mistake; these tough financial times have trickled down to dating as well. With Valentine's Day here, we must all adopt a new way of thinking: finance does NOT equal romance.
Looking for a Valentines Gift your love will be sure to love? From Blee Inara's gold-plated Love Charm necklace to a Moroccan Neroli Shaving Duet from Aesop, these gifts are worth checking out!
Myths are set up to point us to a larger truth. And if we look deeper, we can uncover the true nature of love -- and a more empowering, all-encompassing meaning for Valentine's Day.
Candlelit dinners? Chocolates? Don't be so generic. Show your loved one that you really care this year with an original gift this Valentine's Day... the gift of live music. We've got a whole bunch of buzzable concerts sure to set hearts a-fluttering.
Too many times I have witnessed people set unrealistic goals such as Valentine's Day or a looming birthday to find that special someone only to end up depressed when it doesn't happen. Don't rush love.
All you cranks and cynics take heart: Valentine's Day had a decidedly unromantic genesis, and even after the holiday got alloyed to romantic love, it had its own subversive, cynical undertow right from the start.
Valentine's Day comes with a boatload of expectations, but no built-in rituals. And as we all know, expectations can lead to disappointment, and no one wants to be disappointed on Valentine's Day. So, to make this Valentine's Day the best possible, I designed a strategy to embrace it.
So while this week may or may not be the most appropriate time to rant about the intersection of relationships, chronic illness and caregiving, I am doing it anyway. Brace yourself.
As anyone who brings a pre-made family to the marital table knows, the challenges of remarriage are not for the faint of heart.
I've had some awkward V-Day Moments, from my 5-year-old trying to soap opera kiss me to my hubby trying to stuff himself and champagne into an undersized NYC bathtub in our undersized NYC apartment. I've decided this year will not be awkward.