For some people, PDA (Public Displays Of Affection) is a scourge that must be wiped from the Earth. For others, anything goes. For most of us, a little bit of affection is fine. Here are the commandments to make sure your public kissing doesn't turn into exhibitionism.
Words of appreciate directed at your romantic partner go a long way to paving a way to a happy, healthy relationship. And what is sometimes easily forgotten is that most trifling disagreements among couples can be overcome with a few words of gratitude for a partner (aka, a healthy dose of authentic compliments). Here are the top four compliments every woman loves to hear.
I met Tricia back in high school. We were part of our school's performing arts department, and both loved to dance. She was (and still is) one of the fiercest dancers I've ever seen, and her sister followed suit, so the one thing I wasn't worried about was getting this thing choreographed. It was more the whole, reaching out to all of Tricia's other friends without her knowing, scheduling rehearsals, and coordinating with her long-distance soon-to-be fiance to make sure we were on the right track for executing what he was picturing that had me slightly panicked. Oh, and did I mention I'm the worst secret keeper ever?
This subject doesn't need much of an introduction because we all know how awkward it is to approach someone new, as well as how cheesy so many well-intentioned efforts can be. Yet mastering the art of an introduction is actually much easier than you may think.
For the first time ever, I talked to my kids about dating without lecturing them about dating. This time was different because I was asking for dating advice for me, their mom. I have 6 kids, 3 girls and 3 boys, aged 8 to 20 so as you can imagine, their answers were quite...varied.
Mama's boy or not, your husband's mother had first dibs on your guy even before you were old enough to walk, let alone say "I do." Now that you're married, there are a few things she'd like you to know about the man you now call your own.
These same sitcoms will show a wife being able to turn on the water works at a drop of a hat whether they saw something that's good or bad. Their husband on the other hand doesn’t react. Believe it or not, there is a reason these differences can be found on television and in real life. Men aren't emotionally reacting or remembering due to their hardwiring.
Is the other woman a victim of infidelity, too?
While we may not being able to land you that celeb crush, we can open you to the possibility of love—with anyone you find attractive.
Just when you think the world is full of love and sunshine and rainbows, yet another study comes along and smacks you in the face to prove otherwise. Turns out that a lot of men don't enter into commitments like marriage out of a genuine bond toward a woman — they seem to do it just because. Let's explore, shall we?