The most important thing you need to understand, Susan Patton, is that we single women choose not to define our ultimate worth by our relationship status. Yes, we are single. Yes, we are spending Valentine's Day without a romantic partner (probably not crying into our takeout sushi). We may or may not feel satisfied with those things. But we are also so, so much more.
With Valentine's Day soon approaching comes the question, what is the fix to a languishing libido? In contrast to the myriad of over two dozen approved medical treatments for sexual dysfunction in men, not one medical treatment has been approved for use in women.
We tasted nine brands of widely available, romantically wrapped chocolates and gave a rose to our our favorites.
A young priest named Valentine held the firm conviction that marriage should not be denied by the state. He began to secretly and illegally perform marriage ceremonies. More and more Roman soldiers sought him out.
This year, my Valentine (you may have seen me with him -- Irish guy, white hair, blue eyes, adorable) and I will be staying close to home for this most beloved of Hallmark holidays. We've been on a tear since before Christmas and we needed to slow down. Besides, the hearth is always good for the heart.
Having been at the Vancouver Winter Olympics in 2010, I was vaguely aware of the buzz about Olympic Village romances...
Little do most diners know, but said menu is the same at every single restaurant that's open on Valentine's Day.
I've encouraged people to symbolize different kinds of love by posting a photo of it on Facebook and/or Instagram with the hashtag, #CreateLove. Here are 11 different ways to spread the love.
Most would prefer their most embarrassing or painful moments be private. With the rise of viral videos, however, your once private moments may no longer be so private
In this week's issue, just in time for Valentine's Day, Bianca Bosker looks at a kind of love that's increasingly commonplace in our tech-obsessed culture -- the virtual relationship.
Cooking and eating, like making love, stimulate smell, sight, taste, touch, and sound.
What does this holiday accomplish besides training kids to have a Pavlovian, gift-based response to a meaningless day in the middle of February? Or worse, an association between love and gift-giving? Doesn't Christmas already cover that, without the creepy romance angle?
It's a new year. We made our New Year's resolutions, right? Wrote down a list of all the things we want to accomplish in 2014 and maybe you've checked off a few items already.
There are some dishes that can transport me back to my grandmother's kitchen with every bite I take.
To all of those people out there -- male or female -- who don't get anything for Valentine's Day, I want you to know that YOU ARE ENOUGH