College is usually thought of as the time where young people let loose and fully experiment with their sex lives. Since it's the first time they're living on their own, it's normal to wonder what are they up to. Are they having protected sex? Are they having sleeping partners? Who are they sleeping with? A new British survey has all the answers.
Elin Nordegren is handling her divorce from Tiger Woods beautifully, and not gonna lie -- we sort of love her now more than ever. Here's why!
From Sean "Diddy" Combs to Jodie Meeks, we are so jealous of their fancy new honorable degrees! We are very impressed because smart is the new sexy. Hint: nerdy librarian glasses.
Duke University has been getting a lot of attention lately, and not for its academics. Freshman "Belle Knox" is making headlines for her off-campus activities — as an adult film actress — and now, amid relentless criticism, the 18-year-old is speaking out!
See some of the most awkward engagement photos ever taken. What is the happiest year in a marriage? (Hint: it's not the first.) Plus, a legendary burlesque star schools us in the seductive art of undressing.
What do you get combining powerful men with lots of money to blow plus cute co-ed's looking for financial assistance to cover crazy college costs? The two come together on the popular dating website, SeekingArrangement.
When a sibling leaves for college, the children left behind are obviously directly impacted, but how they are affected varies from family to family. Read this advice on how to cope with this change.
Many of you are sending your kids off to college soon, and maybe for the first time. I've been there, twice. And now my daughter lives overseas! Most of the time I'm okay with it... you get used to it, you know? But sometimes when she sends me little notes, or we chat on Skype, I miss her again.
College is an opportune time not only to reach academic goals for launching a promising career and developing your skills and talents, but also for embracing the coming together of your peers. You should not discount the possibility of being open to love at a young age.
No matter how long you plan to stay with your parents post-graduation, your relationships can get tricky, especially when it comes to money.
The last of our kids graduated from high school 4 years ago, but as the end of spring approaches I still get a pit in my stomach and wake up frightened. You know that proverbial reoccurring nightmare that you slept through a final? For me it’s reliving the anxiety, worry and concern while waiting for all those college acceptance notices! Not worried so much about which would be a yes or no but how those letters would affect my kids.
Here’s the thing: as students, we’re told a lot of things that we ought to be doing. Don’t procrastinate! Study hard! Do your homework! Go to class! Go see your Professor! Get involved! Find a leadership position! Do community service! But the problem is, these admonitions are often offered as unsolicited advice. Few people first ask, what do you want to be doing?
We love our kids. Year after year, we do anything to give them every advantage in the world and nudge them toward the life of their dreams. This is often at the cost of our personal time and relationships. So many parents feel like they have put their life on hold to put all their available energy and resources into their kids.
Too naïve to grasp the real root of my worries, I concentrated on the more quantifiable issue: My ex's new girlfriend was far skinnier than I was. My short, frumpy body paled in comparison to her long legs and magazine-worthy abs. I became determined to reshape my body.