Relationship coach Renee Heiss offers insights into unconditional love in relationships through the eyes of your pet dog and child. What do they have in common? More than you think. Read on to learn what we can learn from our furry friends about love.
Fifty Shades of Grey is in full filming swing, and E.L. James—author of the original erotic-fanfiction-turned-mainstream-bestseller—recently tweeted a behind-the-scenes photo of ... something. Two giant camera monitors are cleverly obscuring—uh, some ceiling lights? And a ladder? And is that a black mattress? On the wall there's also a poster of something with a vaguely phallic shape, but don't strain your eyes—that might just be a guitar.
Dress to impress with Pantone's latest Color of the Year, which boarders on the edge of a rich red and a sweet pink (and will help you battle those winter style and beauty blues).
Forget caking on the makeup, getting spray tans, or drastically, botox or plastic surgery. The key to making yourself look more attractive to others lies in your diet.
When the holidays hit for the kids of divorced parents, stress and guilt can hit hard, and they may not enjoy it at all. To make your kids' holidays fun and full of love, check out these parenting tips for single parents or blended families!
The number one rule to being a fan: you have to have an unshakeable love for your team. Even if it means standing in sub-zero temperatures on freezing bleachers in the middle of a snowstorm. After all, it's all in the name of love, right?
It's that time of year when holiday cheer abounds, and more often than not it's in the form of food and drink. While we know the word "healthy" is relative when it comes to booze, there are several ways to make occasional imbibing decidedly guilt-free.