Gotta love the holidays… or do you? Columnist Charles J. Orlando explains why he's feeling ho-hum about everyone's favorite time of year. Can you relate?
Charles J. Orlando pens an honest letter to "Pick-Up Artist" Julien Blanc and shows him that he is a predator, and not a ladies man.
Online dating advice encourages singles to sign up for monthly or yearly commitments on their search for love. The sites claim they can match you with your soulmate, but this relationship expert isn't so sure that's the case. Here's his theory on why online dating might not be the best path to true love.
Charles Orlando goes through the 12 steps you should take if you want to act like an a**hole on the first date. His dating advice for men is truly...priceless!
Emotionally abusive relationships can be hard to identify. But if you're in one, one thing's for sure: the constant pressure to perform well for "crumbs" of love can feel like, well, crap. There's one reason he's treating you so poorly … and it might surprise you.
Charles J. Orlando lists the 4 signs you're dating an a**hole. Read on to see if you can relate!
You know the nude pics we're talking about: duck face and minimal clothing, the kind of picture that gets more Instagram "likes" than you had ever dreamed of. Is that why you're taking them, for the "likes"? Expert Charles Orlando believes that you should learn how to be happy with yourself WITHOUT these mostly-naked photos—here's why.
We're constantly sending children subliminal messages that not only is it OK to abuse woman — it's what they want. So what happens when these kids grow up and enter into relationships of their own? You guessed it… and it isn't pretty.
Women who have been in multiple bad relationships tend to think they've had five bad relationships in a row. But in reality, they've been in the same bad relationship over and over again. Our expert's advice? Get out of the pattern and invest in yourself again.
When love takes an ugly turn, domestic abuse and violence against women rears its head. Reflecting on the one-year anniversary of India's brutal rape case, Charles J. Orlando explains that, to actually fix the problem, we must approach the problem from its source: the abusive men. He's ready for a change… will you join him?