No matter what venue you're mingling at, scoring a girl's contact info is never easy. Here are four favors you can bestow on the lucky fella who has caught your eye to make it a little bit easier on him:
Having a good conversation at a bar is like trying to solve a differential equation. There are so many variables: the atmosphere, the sound level, the person, not to mention the many no man's lands you can beach the conversation onto. It's no wonder that many of these interactions go bust. So while perfecting the casual, sexy bar chat is a fine science far too complicated to cover in just one blog post, we at Love Buzz can help get you started on the right track by answering the age-old question of, what went wrong with my conversation?
I was sipping a long-awaited martini at a cocktail party over the holidays, almost feeling like an adult again after a long day with my two little ones, when a giant Prada bag bumped my arm spilling my drink. The bag’s owner, a tall woman with a slick bun and beautiful boots struck up a conversation that, after thirty seconds of chit chat, led her to ask every urbanites favorite question, "So, what do you do?"
Of all the types of guys you might ever end up with in this world, you could do a lot worse that the emotionally complex one. I mean, sure, it might be cool to hook up with a straight-shooting, 'what-ya-see-is-what-ya-get' kind of fella, but in the end, well ... what you see is what you get, you know?
When Gwyneth Paltrow and her husband Chris Martin announced their "conscious uncoupling" in what many folks on my social networks seemed to feel was the most obnoxious divorce announcement of all time, I, like many, was annoyed. But when I clicked through to read an accompanying article about the concept of conscious uncoupling, written by Dr. Habib Sadeghi & Dr. Sherry Sami, I was actually surprised by how much of it resonated with me.
There are many different ways to kiss your lover, and all of them can communicate a different sentiment. Here is a field guide to the major types of kisses and what each of them conveys.
Stress can kill us—any doctor will agree. It wears us down, can destroy our sleep patterns, make us look older, even cause us to gain weight. It’s no surprise it can also be absolutely terrible for our sex life. "About 80 percent of my clinical caseload involves people who are over-stressed and anxious, and it can have a devastating effect on one's sex life," says John McGrail, PhD, a clinical hypnotherapist, self improvement expert and personal/relationship coach based in Los Angeles.
As a parent, I'm here to say that conventional parenting wisdom is wrong: Depictions of sex in the media are in fact more potentially harmful for your children to view than certain forms of violence. Here's why.
If you don't have a child could you imagine having one right now? Just all of a sudden there is a BABY over there in the corner chewing on one of your stilettos or pooping its pants or coloring on the walls. Don't get me wrong; I am a huge fan of babies. How could anyone look at a baby and not be a fan? They're chunky in all the right ways, they're irresistibly cute, and their giggles sound better than if Ryan Gosling were to walk up to me and say, "Hey, girl." Maybe. That's a tough one.
Forget sex. Kissing can be one of the most intimate, sensual, and just plain fun things you can do with another person. And as anyone who is sex-educated knows: the better the foreplay, the better the sex. Read on to discover ten unusual kissing facts, and be grateful that locking lips no longer leads you to the guillotine.