When you're "Yes"-ing your kid to death on your way to drop him off at school because he's going on and on about some stupid dinosaur he saw on TV that sang this song and wore this hat and met this friend, you may be wondering if you're a bad mom. You are, but it's totally OK.
I love bookstores. Seriously. On any given weekend, you’re likely to find my scouring through my favorite San Francisco bookshelves hunting for my next read. You truly never know what you are going to find, and that’s the very best part. Case in point? Booty Food by Jacqui Malouf. Yes, you read that right. Booty Food.
The new novel, 'Denting The Bosch' by Teresa Link follows three empty nesters who are more than free to enjoy their golden years with their spouses, but instead, are presented with certain crossroads—spurred by infidelity, money woes and shifting desires—that change their lives forever.
Anastasia, you've shown us that love, in its unique, original form, can really conquer all. So remember to enjoy every moment, never forget to laugh and always focus on the brightest shades of Christian Grey.
Jessica Massa and Rebecca Wiegand, co-creators of the new book, 'The Gaggle,' had a very important message to convey at the party we co-hosted in their honor at Henri Bendel last night. That message? Whether or not we like it, we are living in what these two ladies call a "post-dating world."
Christian Grey is damn near God-like — at least according to guests' bedside tables in The Damson Dene Hotel. Bibles have been booted and E. L. James' BDSM erotica novel 50 Shades of Grey has taken their place in every room within the English inn.
As a modern woman, you are now facing an entirely new path to love – one that you can embark upon at any moment, once you realize that it is there. This path has nothing to do with memorizing rules and tricks or obsessing over what's going on in guys' brains. Instead, you can find love by cultivating and exploring your gaggle.
Dear Anastasia: Let me get this straight — after only FIVE days of being away from Christian, you've rekindled your romance already? Geez, that didn't take long! I'm thrilled you're back with your man, but it's obvious you're still tormented by your own issues with your sex life, his past and your future together. Let me let you in on some advice.
Need a dating do-over? You're not alone. Today's "post-dating" world — with its hookups, ambiguous text messages and lack of labels — is leaving many single women scratching their heads in confusion. Well, according to the authors of "The Gaggle: How the Guys You Know Will Help You Find the Love You Want," us ladies just need a "21st-century romantic wake-up call."
Before you get too excited, no: the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie has not started casting yet, and an incredibly handsome actor has not been chosen to play Christian Grey. But there is a picture of the rich, handsome and kinky love interest of the erotic novel sensation.
Jewelry has always held a special place in Beth Bernstein's life: More than just trinkets of adornment, gems have been guideposts to her memories, and through them, she tells her story. Every piece of precious metal and stone in her new book "My Charmed Life: Rocky Romances, Precious Family Connections, and Searching for a Band of Gold" represents a chapter in her life — and not just her life alone.
Think of that one person in your life you wished you could have just one night with. How far would you go to make your sexual fantasy come true?
Yes, it's true that your love for Christian Grey has made you feel happier than you've ever been in your life. But it has also caused you to cry uncontrollably, lose your appetite for weeks — or devour an entire jar of cookies, drink irresponsibly, send inappropriate text messages, lay in bed for hours on end, and question everything you have come to learn about life and who you are as a person.
First things first: "Why You're Not Married ... Yet" is not "The Rules." It does not teach you how to "catch" a husband. Rather, Tracy McMillan opens our eyes to the negative habits, attitudes and behaviors that have been sabotaging the relationship you seek.
Reviewer Allen Barra loves the HBO movie about Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn's short, stormy relationship, which premiered Monday at 9 p.m.
In light of some timely events — including North Carolina's recent ban on gay marriage, President Obama's newfound support of it, and the fact that May is National Masturbation Month — Senior Vice President of YourTango Experts Melanie Gorman sat down with Dr. Klein recently to discuss his book, and why he's concerned about America's sexual trajectory.