Yeah, pandas are adorable. But don't let that sway you should one ever ask you out. These guys make terrible boyfriends, and here are 10 reasons proving our point.
Chocolate sauce? Hot tub sex? Maybe these are things we shouldn't be trying at home ...
We talked to YourTango expert and family coach Tara Kennedy-Kline about why the holiday season is prime nag-time — and what you can do to stop it.
New research has suggested mornings really are when we're at our absolute best, and by a certain hour — worn out from our earlier attempts at being angelic — we're more likely to lie, cheat, or indulge in lazy behavior, reported NBC News.
While there are a wealth of studies that delve into what makes for a successful relationship — Is it the quality of the sex? Openness of communication? Finding the right therapist, because lord knows we all could use some professional assistance? — One pretty obvious benchmark often goes overlooked.
Weddings are becoming more and more extravagant, and we're all aware of it. Haven't you ever found yourself at a wedding reception and thought "Gosh, this must be a record-setter"? This got us thinking; what other world records are out there relating to weddings?
When a man walked into an eatery, unassumingly and ordered a soda, the waitstaff at the restaurant couldn't help but notice that he was looking rather solemn. And then they read the touching napkin note he left behind that reaffirms our belief that love never truly dies.
Here are four tricks to spotting red flags in a relationship early on, according to clinical psychologist Jennifer Kromberg, PsyD. (And these don't just apply to romantic relationships — as you're probably well aware, knowing when to drop the axe on poisonous friendships is just as important.)
Take out the garbage—it stinks! How many times do I have to ask you to put the toilet seat down? Please clean the glasses in the sink before you use a new one. Yes, even if you're polite about it, the fact remains: You're nagging. Again. And trust us, it's taking a toll on your relationship. That's why we're devoting the next seven to nag-free communication. That's right, it's Nag-Free Week, and we invite all of our attached readers to improve their relationships by nixing the nagging completely and communicating in a healthy way for an entire week (and hopefully beyond).