So you're in love. Congratulations! But why is there a nagging sadness on the edge of your happiness? This video, by Jason Silva of Shots of Awe tackles a big question in a passionate way.
Couples quibble over the remote more than anything, according to one study. Here, real people share "clicker bickers" they've had and experts give tips on how to diffuse them.
Our experts weigh in on how to deal with falling for someone that's off-limits and give four tips on what you can do to navigate this tricky situation.
Aside from asking the obvious questions, like "Do you have any mental illnesses I should be aware of?" there often isn't a clear way to discern if someone is loonier than Kanye West or just really into leather jogging pants. Unless you ask them about their favorite band ...
I've never had an "ideal boyfriend list." On one particular night of consumption and reflection, however, I came up with a list of men who, if combined, might create the perfect man. They aren't human men, though, and I'm not sure they're all even really male, but they possess traits that rock my world regardless of gender. If given the chance, I'd totally date them, for a while at least. I'd also have to break up with them eventually because dating made up dudes who only exist on TV would make me a legit psycho.
Ladies, take notes from this viral video: this can get you arrested. A woman who was seen in a viral video belittling her flirtatious boyfriend in public was arrested after the incident and charged with simple assault. Watch the video and make the call for yourself.
We live in a culture of crowdsourcing. I rarely buy a shirt without sending a pic to my stylish BFF and asking what she thinks. But putting back a piece of clothing because she reminds me that it's not my color is different from tossing aside a perfectly lovely guy, one I might really have something special with, based solely on a friend's commentary. For too long, when I considered whether to date someone, my inner voice said something like: "Well, I'm into him. But how will everyone else feel?"
What was this guy thinking?! After dating for nearly a year and a half, Alex—Hillary's now ex-boyfriend—gave her an engagement ring. Except he intentionally purchased a ring two sizes too small, and told Hillary she needed to drop enough weight for the ring to fit before they would be engaged.
Sure, you love your boyfriend. He's a great guy. But if you're being honest with yourself, don't you love your dog more? Like, just a little bit more? You certainly have some very compelling reasons. And here they are.
Boys come and go, but a true best friend is hard to find. You love your gal pals, but did you know that your friendship can also teach you the necessary skills for a successful romantic relationship?
Ladies, trying to get your guy all hot and bothered is about to get a little bit more complicated with the news we're about to give you.
"We're the same person, different hair," says Greta Gerwig’s character in the movie Frances Ha. The two female protagonists are the kind of pals who live together, sleep next to each other, read and knit as a pair, and can't quite remember who paid for the teapot. In other words, a frouple. The term, a combination of 'friend' and 'couple,' was coined to describe for the totally platonic yet can't-live-without-you type of friendship shared between two straight women (and occasionally, two straight men). Do you know a frouple? Could you be part of one?