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.
If you have not heard about the popularity of the novel series, Fifty Shades of Grey, by E. L. James, than you are likely living under a rock. This romance novel's overnight smash popularity is an indication of several things. Number one, women enjoy sex. Number two, women do like erotica. And, number three, women enjoy their erotic adventures wrapped in a handsome fantasy and safely packaged in a monogamous relationship.
Angelina Jolie is no stranger to kinky, S&M sex, so it sort of makes sense that she would be interested in directing the upcoming Fifty Shades Of Grey movie, right?
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.
Leonardo DiCaprio is on a roll lately with all the fantastic movies he's starring in. His next flick that has us eager to hit the movie theater with a big tub of popcorn? The Great Gatsby, of course. The film's trailer was just released earlier this week (check it out here), and it left us drooling over all the clothes, glitz, and the amazing soundtrack. But, those aren't the only reasons we're psyched to see this flick.
In Laura Dave's "The First Husband," Annie Adams is a travel writer from Los Angeles with a workaholic director boyfriend, Nick, and a perfectly comfortable life. It looks great on the outside, even though she barely sees the man she lives with between her schedule and his.
Watch out, ladies – there's a hottie in town who wants to be the leading lady in the film adaptation of the hugely popular book, "Fifty Shades of Grey," and it's none other than Jennifer Love Hewitt!
Should E.L. James have made the Time 100? Not everyone likes women kissing in the Urban Outfitters catalog. Why do bankers buy sex? Dudes, start talking about feelings. Face it, he's never going to propose. A new dating site hooks you up based on Twitter and Facebook usage. Men fake orgasms too. How to keep your guy friend from falling for you. How much masturbating is too much? Who is the funniest lady out there?
I don't want you to be a woman ensnared by a toxic man (or woman—this book is for anyone, people), just because you didn't realize he was toxic. Neither does Dr. Glass. That is why the world needs this tome, because these men are harder to identify than you'd think. If in doubt, here are seven signs you might be dealing a toxic man.
The era of Team Edward and Team "Whatshisname?Oh,whocaresIhatedTwilightanyway" is over. Can I get an internet "hallelujah"? Now, we've all moved on to more pressing matters: Team Peeta vs. Team Gale in 'The Hunger Games.'
Your profiles match. You've moved slowly into a promising online friendship. And now it's time to bring a book and rose to the coffee shop for your first official date. These five scientific tips from the book Brain Trust can help it go smoothly.
Darn you, HowAboutWe! We wish we had come up with this first. In honor of Dr. Seuss's 108th birthday, they composed some clever rhyme-y pickup lines in his honor. Not to be outdone, we made up our own.