New York Times bestselling author of Honeymoon With My Brother shares love lessons from around the world. After being left at the altar, Franz Wisner decided to go on his honeymoon—with his brother. The journey didn't stop there. The pair traveled to seven more countries, along the way learning about love and relationships around the world. Wisner's voyage led him to not only recover from his breakup, but to find a new love. Watch to learn more about his story.
Luckily, there are a bevy of shy girl tactics that have proven effective time and time again. And the best part is, they don't require you to go out on a limb. In fact, you don't even have to leave the tree trunk. The key is to keep your options open and diversify your targets. And even if dates don't immediately result, the least you get is a huge confidence boost, and who wouldn't want that?
Landing Mr. Right isn't easy … even for an intelligent and successful woman. Weeding through the players, the losers and the psychos can be hopelessly frustrating, and when you finally find a man with potential, you'll usually find fifty other hopeful bachelorettes competing for his attention. If you want to win at the game of love, you'll need to quickly stand out from the rest of the pack and captivate your quarry from the start.
Are you looking to spice things up in the bedroom, but afraid that your wife is too shy to reveal her sexual fantasies? How can you get her to open up? YourTango is here to help. America’s Love Experts Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal are here to answer your relationship questions. While Tamsen points out that maybe your wife does not have fantasies to share, Matt disagrees. “Yes, she has fantasies,” he says.
There are some pretty consistent reasons among men why they dump their girlfriends. Let's look at what some women do to end up being single again. Of course, this doesn't fit every instance of a breakup, and this doesn't apply to every woman, but a lot of guys tend to come up with the same reasons. After all, it can't ALWAYS be something that the guys did....could it?
Break ups are difficult and moving on can be an even greater challenge. From the sudden lack of contact to the loss of connection, severing ties after separating from your partner can be physically, mentally and emotionally draining. Are there any scientific studies that can explain why breaking up with someone hurts so much? Are there ways to protect yourself from all of the heartache?