Okay, so have you ever wondered if you and your sweetie are 'normal'? You probably aren't. The fact is, we're all a little weird, in our own way. But if you really need to feel better, try out the top dysfunctional couples in these six love stories.
Cindy Chupack, award-winning screenwriter and producer of the hit series 'Sex and the City', has a new book you're not going to want to miss! From the creator of sassy Carrie Bradshaw, comes a book of marriage advice, insight, and personal experience.
I picked up the book "You Can Heal Your Life" @ my chiropractor's office and have found some really inspiring information that I would like to share with you! Prosperity True prosperity begins with feeling good about yourself. It is also the freedom to do what you want to do, when you want to do it. It is never an amount of money; it is a state of mind. Prosperity or lack of it is an outer expression of the ideas in your head. Our own belief in lack and limitation is the only thing that is limiting us. What belief is limiting you?
We swear that these tears are just our allergies acting up. Yesterday, the new trailer for 'The Fault in Our Stars' was released and we totally weren't prepared for how many "feels" it would bring. Plus, Justin Bieber is set to be arraigned on Valentine's Day. It's all in our weekly roundup of hot Hollywood hookups, relationships and breakups!
Looking for a surefire way to achieve your New Year's resolutions? Start with a book! We've got the perfect books for popular self-improvement goals, from quitting smoking and running a marathon to finding love and getting along better with your family.
If you're a victim of the turkey drop, you're not alone! Literature is filled with harsh breakups, from catching the guy you kissed making out with someone else to standing helplessly by while your first love chooses a path that doesn't include you.
Can you believe that Richard Curtis' uber-romantic comedy Love Actually turns 10 this week? If you still love this holiday classic, you'll adore these books with similar love stories.
Paris, shmaris. The masses may not call New York the most romantic city in the world, but it sure makes for one lively dating venue. From a heartwarming stolen kiss in Queens to a disastrous trip to the Bronx, we've rounded up some of the most memorable fictional dates set in New York.
Let's face it: Romance novels tap into the wish-fulfillment part of our brains. The scenarios can be delightfully outlandish, the romantic leads perfect dramatic (and erotic) foils for one another. There are mistaken identities, swordfights for ladies' honor and often unrealistic sex scenes. We've rounded up all the reasons we wish we were being courted by a fictional character — and one reason we're glad that's not the case.
My favorite quote about friends is "Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend." It's been attributed to the brilliant Albert Camus, author of the fantastic novel The Stranger. Some sources claim that Camus never wrote or even said this. I still love the quote, no matter its genesis. The following 21 friendship quotes, though, I can assure you came from books — novels, memoirs and philosophical works we love.
With hot casting news, there's no doubt the most talked-about book right now is E L James' Fifty Shades of Grey. So you've devoured the sexual history of Anastasia and Christian and loved every dominant and submissive minute. Now what? As you eagerly await the first trailer, satiate your need for more with these erotic encounters.
There's a gift you can give your partner that'll blow both your minds, bring you closer as a couple, possibly give you glimpse of spiritual enlightenment and won't cost you a penny: That's according to authors of these guides to tantric sex, an ancient sexual discipline inspired by Buddhist philosophy.