Sunday morning, at 2:30 AM, I was jostled from my deep slumber by the obnoxious trill of my cellphone alerting me to a new text message. I knew it had to be one of two people. Anyone else who would text at such a late hour would be being rude, but a booty call is just playing by the rules.
The best thing I can say is this: those who pressure you for something you clearly don't want to do are not acting out of affection for you. Negative influences like those needed to be confronted and told to chill the f**k out and let them worry about their own sex lives instead of yours.
A new Match.com/MarketTools survey conducted on nearly 5,200 unmarried men and women reveals that the older single people get, the less they desire marriage and that young men are more eager to settle down and start a family than young women. Men want commitment, women want independence, and the older we get the less we want to marry.
With the kind of dating history Kim Kardashian has, one would never expect her to be shy when it comes to men, but this isn’t what we saw on Sunday’s E! premiere of Kourtney and Kim Take New York. Yes, the Kardashian sisters are back and they’re taking over New York City with a second opening of their Dash boutique. And Kim, fresh out of a relationship with football player Miles Austin, is single for the show and ready to mingle. But, like many of us, she believes in the traditional idea that the guy is supposed to ask the girl out. Here are 4 tips for women who want to make the first move. Kim, take notes!
In the spirit of self-care, I hereby give you permission to do any of the following things. If you've just gone through a breakup, it's totally OK to...
Folks, February 14th is almost upon us again and, if you're not making restaurant reservations or picking out scented bath tablets, chances are you're in your sad corner crying to a Morrissey album. Well fret not, lonely souls, because we have the surefire cure for the Valentine's Day blues: MOVIES, and plenty of 'em! Keep that copy of Sleepless in Seattle on the shelf and check out our selection of the perfect double features to suit your mood on Singles Awareness Day.
Hola! This week, The Bachelor and his bevy of babes heads south of the border to a beautiful land untouched by the grimy hands of reality TV: Costa Rica. From the get-go, Brad's a wreck. His heart's aflutter for every one of his chicas. The ladies are equally smitten… until the first date card arrives for Chantal O. She’s ecstatic, naturally. But her arch nemesis, Michelle, hopes that Chantal gets attacked by monkeys. Brad picks her up and they head for a helicopter (of course), where he takes Chantal deep in the jungle to the world's longest zip-line course. After frolicking in the rainforest, they sit down to a romantic dinner. All is perfect… until it starts pouring. Running for their lives to save their hairdos and fancy glasses of wine, the couple escapes to the solace of Brad's room. Chantal, dripping wet, changes into one of Brad's white shirts, which makes Brad completely goo goo. Yes, she gets a rose.
The cool thing about astrology is that you can see influences well in advance, so you can strategize and pounce on the chance to get your life in order. Major astrological shifts and transits are windows of opportunity, when things are at their optimal best to follow your bliss. In astrology the slow-moving outer planets, Uranus, Neptune, Chiron, and Pluto all define eras. In 2011, massive change will be in the air as Uranus, Neptune and Chiron all shift signs during the next three months, setting us abruptly on a whole new path—filled with risk, romance and fun!
Memo to men: Valentine’s Day is on February 14. In years past, Yahoo.com has noticed a spike in men searching for an answer to the question: “When is Valentines Day?” as the day fast approaches. Of all the holidays on the yearly calendar, the one designated for romance never fails to trip guys up. Blame mixed messages: While retailers consider the holiday worthy of diamonds, many women take the stance that it's no big deal.
Whether you're a word nerd or a grammarian's nightmare, a new study published in Psychological Science says that people with similar language styles stay in a relationship longer than those whose styles are dissimilar.