It's science! A new study proves taken women have eyes for their guys only. Aww.
Remember that time your partner spilled wine all over your white sofa, and you thought, for sure, you were going to smother him in his sleep after an argument about it? Well, stop it, because according to a new study, you're killing yourself.
Adorable isn't often a word that one would apply to a football player, but in the case of Michael Sam, it is an apt description. We are big fans of Sam here; he seems like a genuinely polite, considerate, kind young man. So naturally, when he was drafted to the NFL, we were overjoyed for him. And Michael Sam's reaction to the news that he'd be playing in the big leagues sealed our love for him.
Thinking about dating a medical resident? They're worth it, but there are a few things you should know before you take the plunge.
I sensed M's obsession with the perfect job was less about personal preference and more about an issue burbling underneath the surface. So when he came one evening, I confronted him. "Is there something wrong you're not telling me about? I feel like you're on edge and picking on me and I don't know why." And that's when he told me he had been abused.
Wonder what life is like after dating? It may not be as pretty as you think when you finally find your happily ever after. Plus, the subtle cues you are NOT picking up on during that first date. It's all in our weekly roundup of love, sex and relationship news!
Not only does Andrew Garfield star in the biggest movie at the box office these days, but he's also dating his 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' co-star Emma Stone.
A little girl named Rachel recently decided to break up with her boyfriend, Shawn, via a handwritten note of pure adorableness. Rachel is too cute to bear. So you know we had to send her some love. Here is Rachel's note to Shawn, and our response.
How was it to act opposite her real love Andrew Garfield in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'? On a Sunday morning in Manhattan, a chic looking Emma Stone -- wearing a beige silk blouse and mini-skirt -- didn't hesitate to answer the question.
In a move that is either brilliantly hilarious or terribly worrisome, a 26 year-old from San Francisco has taken to social media to raise the bar on cyber lovin'.
Rich & I are coming up on our one year anniversary. It's so exciting! We had both been single for quite awhile before we met each other. The way we met is kind of, what's the word I'm looking for...? Interesting, for lack of better word. We met on Saturday, May 4, 2013 through our mutual friend, Kevin. Kevin is my ex-best friend Nicole's baby-daddy/boyfriend. Kevin and Rich worked together at Lowes. We decided to do a "double-date" to ease the awkwardness of a "blind date". Rich & I actually lived 3 houses away from each other and never knew it. How funny is that?
The first time I brought my boyfriend home to meet my parents was also Easter. And my boyfriend is Jewish. Whoops. Looking back on it, I give him credit for putting up with so much craziness on such a religious-oriented holiday. But the first time I brought my boyfriend home to my parents wasn't just Easter Sunday, it was also the first time for another milestone in our relationship.
For 14 year-old India Brainard, a young woman suffering from cerebral palsy as well as cortical visual impairment and a seizure disorder, her latest stay in the hospital must have seemed interminable. But on the 57th day of her stay in a New Mexico hospital, recovering from surgery, her father arranged a special surprise for her.
I grew up under this false illusion that all Jews were as laid back about being Jewish as my family is, only to later find out my family was the exception, not the rule. This fact was brought to light when I attended my first (I hesitate to say "real" in case my Grandma can read this from beyond the grave, but you get the idea) Passover with my then boyfriend.
Cameron Diaz recently made a media splash after claiming that everyone will get cheated on at some point. While we think that's an extreme assumption, these cheaters are proving that she may not be entirely incorrect.