After 25 years, Oprah Winfrey is finally saying goodbye to the audience and people who have watched not only her show but watched Oprah grow into the woman she is today.
In relationships, we've come a long way from the Me, Tarzan. You, Jane dynamics of our ancestors. So far, actually, that the noted biological anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher suggests we might have come full circle. Only this time the tables have turned. Tarzan, meet Jane. Or, for your pop culture context: Me, Maria. You, Arnold. Care to meet with my divorce lawyers?
The summer wedding season is upon us! That means bachelorette parties, bridal showers and actual weddings to look forward to. But there are some traditions surrounding these lovely festivities that we never seem to question.
As the TV goddess says goodbye, it's your chance to tell us what she taught you about relationships. As the TV goddess says goodbye, it's your chance to tell us what she taught you about relationships. In Oprah Winfrey's 25-year run as the host of her eponymous TV show, she took on such varied topics as childhood sexual abuse, infidelity and sex. Whether interviewing a celebrity or dishing on her Book Club literary pick, her show was always informative, and lessons of all kinds—love included—were aplenty. Complete this sentence: The best love lesson Oprah taught was...
I'm sure y'all are anxiously awaiting the long Memorial Day weekend. Perhaps for a big date? Or maybe just a low-key outing with your S.O. and some friends? Either way, you're going to have to wear some clothing for each fine event. And if you're anything like me, you'll spend an hour staring into your closet, completely bewildered, while trying to decide. However, I can help you out just a bit. Here are seven looks you can leave in your closet this weekend. (Actually, to be clear, I'll just say it: Never wear these on a date!)
It's almost summertime, which means the living—and weddings—should be easy. With these practical and eco-friendly tips from Fox News iMag, you'll be able to create long-last wedding memories without hurting the environment or going into major debt.
The tornado that has left Joplin in ruins is but one of the natural disasters the world has experienced lately. Recovery from said disasters can be difficult, and a new study finds that households are more susceptible to breaking up after a disaster strikes.
With the rise of our smart phone nation, there is an iPhone app for just about everything these days, especially when it comes to dating. OKCupid on the go? There's an app for that. Kegel boot camp? There’s an app for that. Now we can tack onto the list the latest relationship technology to hit the market—the Safety Siren.
In light of the accusations against IMF's former chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, we're asking what you would do if your spouse were accused of a sex crime.
Like margaritas, sex can be even better when experienced al fresco. "Having sex outside awakens the senses," says Sandor Gardos, Ph.D., a sex therapist and the founder of MyPleasure.com. "Feeling the breeze on your skin, smelling the freshly cut grass—stimuli are very erotic." Plus, the fear of getting caught can add a thrill.