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.
Commitment is linked to weight gain finds a new study published in the July issue of the journal Obesity. Just what is it exactly that makes it so easy to pack on pounds once commitment enters the picture?
Watching 'The Real World: Cancun' makes me feel old for multiple reasons. 1. I am five years too old to actually be cast on the show. 2. It's so insanely vapid that I cannot actually watch a full episode, which says a lot considering I can stomach an entire marathon of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." 3. Every single girl in the cast seems to be bisexual. Why does point three make me feel old? Well, I think I just missed the boat on the bisexuality trend. Hear me out. I believe sexuality is a spectrum and where we fall on that spectrum when we're born and how our sexuality evolves as a result of societal influence depends on the person. I also don't think it's relevant whether a person is gay, straight or bi, whether they were born that way or 'chose' that 'lifestyle,' as I don't think what goes on in a person's bedroom or romantic life is anyone's business. In the last five years or so, female bisexuality has become quite 'cool.'
If you're having a hard time figuring out when a relationship is over and a break-up should happen, check out the list below. Cringing when they call, cleaning is more important than sex and self-sabotaging all make the list.
Love Bytes: Five must-click sex, love and relationship links. Google, woman-approved pick-up tips, pro athletes and cheating.
We all have ugly stories we could tell about the people we've loved over the years (or hooked up with, as the case may be). In some cases, such stories help to remind us of why we're better off without those people. In others, they help us to better assess who we're with right now. And sometimes, with a few close friends, they simply make for hilarious happy hour conversation. But airing dirty laundry to more than our very nearest and dearest (whether it's by Twitter feed, in the office cafeteria, or on television) isn't just bad form, it's bad for your future social life. We suggest you don't do it. Here's why.
After you spend a certain amount of time with a companion the time comes when you must have the "What About Us?" talk. Here are three tips on how to navigate the discussion to end up with the relationship you want.
In a study labeled, "What's Love Got to Do With It" a team of Australian researchers followed 2, 500 couples from 2001 to 2007 and unearthed a slew of surprising facts about what actually keeps a couple together and what makes them divorce.
Marilyn Manson step aside, it seems that everyone is going goth and getting into vampire sex. Plus, sex questions, unrequited love, sluts and texting blind dates.
(500) Days of Summer is an enjoyable character-driven movie about love and fate. While it plays out nicely, we longed for more resonance. (500) Days of Summer opens with a narrator clearly stating that it is a story about a boy meeting a girl. And that it's not a love story. The first is true; the second is kind of true.