Plus the birth order-romance link, suicide and marriage, and praise for missionary.
The gals at The Frisky have a great list of dos and, more importantly, don'ts about trying to get back with an ex. My plan is: be awesome, apologize profusely (regardless of whether you mean it) and make promises that you could never possibly keep.
With exes on the brain, Em & Lo (EmAndLo.com) field a question from a woman considering getting back together with her ex. She's not sure if she should love like she's never been hurt before, or hot bathtub her way back into it. Good advice.
Day-yum. Per the bro code, the worst thing you can do is yoink someone's girlfriend. It is such a hard and fast rule that generally even exes are off-limits. Women have similar scruples and that's what makes this first-person essay from Lemondrop so readable, in which a woman talks about stealing her BFF's guy and the resultant relationship.
The guy's corner at Marie Claire is manned by Rich Santos. This time around he discusses the questions you ask before or while being a home wrecker. I'm a little bummed that "is the sex and excitement worth a possible stabbing?" didn't make the cut.
College Candy discusses sex positions that SHE will love. They terms "myth" and "vaginal" and "orgasm" are used. Though, sadly, "reverse" and "cow" and "girl" are not.
Simone Grant discusses a delicate subject: talking about the ins and outs of relationships with your close friends rather than with your significant other. That's a toughy, check out her analysis of why.
DivineCaroline takes a serious look at how birth order affects romantic compatibility. I think the middle child can chameleon into almost any birth order. Though I cannot recommend an only child dating a youngest child.
Philip Cohen, from the Huffington Post, uses a bit of suicide data to show that marriage benefits men more than women. Interesting. A downer but interesting.
Have you checked out SpatSolver? It's the latest relationship-saving product to hit the YouTubes.