Remember that time your partner spilled wine all over your white sofa, and you thought, for sure, you were going to smother him in his sleep after an argument about it? Well, stop it, because according to a new study, you're killing yourself.
At some point as a mom, you come to the humbling realization that kids do things that defy logic, reason, and decorum, despite everything you're trying to teach them. Here are ten things I used to attribute to bad parenting before I had children of my own:
We talked to a few engaged and recently married women about some of the lessons they learned from planning their own wedding, and these are the lessons we'd like to impart unto you.
Any good feminist mom knows how to teach their daughters how to resist the patriarchy, but how do we teach our sons not to become part of the problem?
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the 40-day period of Lent. Even if you're not a Christian, the idea behind the season is interesting. It's a time of giving up vices and substituting more positive behavior in their place. Where better to try this out than in our relationships? Every couple has their struggles, but here are 10 bad habits of action and communication that most couples could stand to give up.
A psychology professor at the University of the West of Scotland, claims that you can discern a woman's ability to achieve orgasm just by looking at her lips.
I don’t have a biological family. Well, I used to but I don’t anymore. They sucked so I disowned them. Harsh words, I know.
Marriage is hard. Throw health, job, or parenting challenges into the mix, and it doesn’t get any easier. It takes commitment, diligence, and discipline to overcome these challenges. Here are seven habits to help build a marriage that goes the distance.
Everyone knows that marriage takes work. That's obvious. But a huge misconception is that only BIG things will derail your marriage: infidelity, addiction, adultery, etc. Quite often, you don't see the little things chip, chip, chipping away at you once-solid relationship foundations when in reality, it's those tiny things that eventually erode your relationship from within - without you even realizing it! - until years of petty resentments finally explode. Here's a few tiny earthquakes to watch out for:
You're standing in front of a woman — maybe she's a relative, or a new acquaintance, or a perfect stranger — and you're about to ask her a question. Something to spark a conversation, illicit a response. Now before the words stumble out, ask yourself one thing: Is this a good question, or an annoying question?