By Jennifer Ross for CupidsPulse.com
You are in a pretty good relationship right now, where the two of you get along well. Perhaps your one-year dating anniversary is coming up. Perhaps you have just gotten engaged and announced it publicly.
In 'Lola Versus,' a woman for once gets over a breakup WITHOUT the help of her friends.
We all have that one friend who went through the breakup she cannot stop talking about. If it was three weeks ago, you get it. It's still raw. If it was three months ago, okay. You figure she and her ex were together for awhile. She thought she'd found The One. Of course it still hurts. But after three months, well, it's time for your friend to shut up already, if you even hang out anymore.
Single moms want and deserve the career, home and family a committed marriage partnership brings.
Do You Want to Get Married and He Doesn’t? Single Moms Want Marriage
“I want to get married and he doesn’t.” “I want to get engaged now!” “How do I get him to commit?” “How can he say he loves me and the kids, but won’t make it legal?” “I want to get married now.”
Premarital Counseling gets a bad rap. The popular belief that there is something wrong with your relationship if you need counseling just isn't true. Most premarital clients are very happy and not having doubts about their wedding. They simply seek skills to prepare for predictable challenges of marriage. Yes, marriage is challenging, but most of the challenges are easy to overcome.
A look back at our favorite engaged celebrity couples who never made it down the aisle.
Don't throw the rice just yet! Looks like wedding bells won't be ringing after all for Kristin Cavallari and Jay Butler and Kat Von D and Jesse James. The two couples announced the end of their engagements within the past two days leaving celeb-watchers either scratching or nodding their heads in agreement or disappointment.
A former fiancée on why moving on means getting rid of the ring.
I feel guilty that I have this ring that was a symbol of his promise to marry me, which I accepted as a symbol of my promise to marry him, and I see now that we shouldn't have been making those promises to each other.
A broken engagement got worse when introduced to Craigslist and a can of mace.
A man suffered the double indignity of being dumped by his fiancée, and then robbed by a con artist. Pile onto that the third indignity of being maced and it made for a really terrible several months. I suppose Craigslist is a crapshoot.
Don't get too desperate this New Year's Eve. A perspective on one-night stands. New Year's resolution: better sex. Why you wouldn't want to date a porn star. How to tell when your spouse has more or less become a stranger. A woman sues over a broken engagement. Five mistakes that guys make dating, it's up to you to fix 'em. Advice for a woman who fell for her friend's step dad. What is the perfect New Year's Eve for dudes? How to make a New Year's Eve one-night stand happen. How do you know if you're wife material? How to become girlfriend material. Best breakup songs for the lonely-hearted.
Practical guidance on what to do with your engagement ring post-breakup.
When Mr. "I think he's the one!" turns into Mr. "Bullet Dodged," what do you do with the rock left behind? You may love bling, but you don't want to wear the karma of relationships past on your finger. Sometimes, the only reasonable thing to do is to sell that bad boy, but selling a diamond is more complicated than unloading that treadmill you bought last January and never used.