Saying "I love you" is an excellent way to show someone you care about them. But sometimes words are not enough. Here, seven YourTango ProConnect experts explain how to show your love without using words.
The Wolfman, directed by Joe Johnson, harks back to a gentler era of horror. A time when a scary monster (perhaps a man wrestling an inner demon), an ominous score and a few frights via surprise were enough to turn a trip to the drive-in into a surefire voyage to second base. But it's possible that this latest iteration, a Benicio del Toro flick, isn't really the best choice for a Valentine's Day movie date.
At the behest of his wife, my husband has been pursuing a different employer as his current position, while solid and benefit laden, offers no room for advancement and little job satisfaction. It is one of those jobs that his father's generation would have envied. In fact, his father is pretty incensed that he would like to leave. Problem is, my hubby hates it and he'll be there a million years before he ever gets a promotion because no one leaves. It's a graveyard and he knows it.
In the study titled "Marriage and Career: The Dynamic Decisions of Young Men" from "Journal of Human Capital" researchers found men would work much less hard if there were no returns in the marriage market.
Just as dangerous as drunk dialing, we get the feeling that drunk texting is even more pervasive. Why? Because—in much the same way that hiding behind a computer screen makes anonymous commenters feel undeservedly emboldened—texting instead of talking is way less scary, especially when you're subconsciously aware of the fact that the item you're texting will come back to bite you in the booty. Have you fallen prey to the lure of the drunk text? Even if you have, we're sure you can still appreciate the texts featured in Texts From Last Night.
Gift giving: one of the most difficult parts of a relationship. How do you know what your sweetie will like? And even if you're pretty sure they'll like it, will the gift show your love, or just your ability to swipe a credit card? We asked our ProConnect experts how to give a gift that really shows your love.
Pop music is generally known for glorifying love and romance, although at some of its proudest moments it's actually smashing them to pieces. If you're sick of hearing about the wonders of romance, if you believe that love only leads to pain, if you wish that Congress would enact legislation against Valentine's Day, this is the playlist for you. Here are ten songs celebrating letting go of losers and leaving love to the fairy tales.
I feel really sorry for the guys who read Men’s Health and get all sorts of bad advice ... usually in the form of “insightful” articles written by women. I can only imagine these ladies must have been dumped hard-core — maybe in a text message or at their mother’s funeral or something — to have it out for men the way they do. What else explains the desire to push guys in the wrong direction time and time again? To set them up not just for rejection and failure, but for utter humiliation as well? This time the readers of Men’s Health — oh, the poor lot — have been led to believe they can decipher a woman’s thoughts by the clothes she’s wearing. After the jump, Men’s Health translates different outfits and then I say what we women are really saying.
The results from CareerBuilders' annual office survey reveals that 40% of the 52,000 surveyed admitted to dating a co-worker. However, more men than women crush in the office and women have a better chance of dating a higher-up.
While social networks evolved, ostensibly, to make keeping in touch more time-effective as well as to enable new professional connections they have clearly devolved, for many, in to time-wasting, navel-gazing tools of alienation. Do you spend more time on Facebook each week than you do thinking of ways to make your wife/husband happy? It might be time to break up.