The discussion of the trials and tribulations of long distance relationships is not a new one. Some swear a couple can survive the distance while others refuse to entertain the possibility that two people can stay connected when there is significant mileage between them. I used to be a bit of a compulsive long distance dater. My first two serious relationships were with British boys, which would soon later develop into a habit of only getting involved with foreign guys. Until recently I never questioned if getting involved in a relationship which is destined to be mostly long distance was a good idea. In my mind, if I was in love it would be sheer madness not to stay together. If true love can overcome death in "The Princess Bride" than of course it can overcome a minor issue such as distance. A few years and broken hearts later, I am not so sure.
Getting laid off by your boss is one thing, but downsized in your relationship? Often, that's harder.
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YourTango was magical this week (and it's not just because of Harry Potter's release!) From our community advice to groom-planned weddings, we had a few tricks up our sleeves as well. So in case the line at the cinema was a little too long, here's this week's best from YourTango.
That's right. Famed Ruske Tatiana Kozhevnikova—able to vaginally lift 31 pounds with a single, er... squeeze—is now offering "organizers of trainings" for both professional and amateur women everywhere eager to better manage their intimate muscles.
We're entering another weekend at the heights of wedding season. We have to admit as much as there may be gripes about the logistics of getting to and from a wedding location and budgeting for what to wear and what to give as a gift there are three things we absolutely adore about weddings.
Tennis player Richard Gasquet told the International Tennis Federation that he tested positive for cocaine because of a make-out session. Amazingly enough, the the tribunal panel bought it and gave him the green light to resume playing.
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Given the plethora of niche dating sites out there, finding one expressly for fans of politician Ron Paul, should not have come as a surprise. Unlike Obamadatingsite.com, which features nary an ode to our President beyond his namesake, RonPaulSingles.com caters to fans of the Texan Congressman. At the time of this post, there were currently 113 members registered on the site—84 men and 29 women—all presumably poised to find love among fellow Federal government haters.
It is possible to share too much. That's according to an article on The Wall Street Journal's website. And if you didn't believe the article, reading the comments by wsj.com readers is great proof. The article details a fight over a sponge between a Arizona couple. There was a sponge left in a sink which led to an argument and accusations about bad housekeeping, among other things. In this scenario, the woman called her boyfriend's bud to come over and calm him down.