Relationships can be very exasperating. He doesn't call when he said he would, and all of a sudden we're a "needy girlfriend." And do men really need an iPhone application to keep in touch with us? Sigh. This week, we've explored some potential pitfalls of love, how to remedy them, and—most importantly—how to remind yourself why you're in the relationship in the first place.
Below, this week's best video, articles and more from YourTango.
YourTango user "And That's Why Your Single" speaks TRUTH in this post. Seriously, read it. Re-read it. Bookmark it and return to it again and again. You may not like what you hear, but it will save you lots heartbreak, promise.
In addition to receiving your text messages, placing your phone calls and helping you calculate the tip, the iPhone can have much greater impact on relationships vis-à-vis something called "apps." Need to take your relationship to the next level? These may help.
January Jones is a Golden Globe-nominated actress, best known for playing the elusive, complex Betty Draper in AMC's Mad Men. But her talent wasn't obvious to one pop culture king: Ashton Kutcher, who told her to quit acting. Thank goodness she didn't listen!
Feeling clingy? We're here to help—with five reasons why you become insecure in the first place and another five ways to stop.
Some women love to pick at their boyfriend's or husband's pimples. Why? It might go back to our roots as primates, for whom grooming is a normal part of intimacy. And, surprisingly, the author of this story found a sorority of "pickers" who are as enthusiastic about the practice as she is. Picking: a couples grooming ritual some consider horrendous but others love.
Because sometimes a girl's got to do what a girl's got to do.