It was my first week in college when I saw him walk into the cafeteria. A mix of Ralph Macchio and Andy Garcia, he was tall, dark and handsome and just my type. Better yet, he arrived complete with a leather jacket and overly-macho attitude that made this California girl experience that weak-in-the-knees moment one only gets when too young to know better.
There’s a quote by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich that states: “Well-behaved women seldom make history.” It’s a quote that's often posted on Pinterest boards and slapped onto cards with women in 1920s-fashion kicking up their heels in unison.
OK, enough already. I'm getting annoyed with women writing about what men want from a relationship. In case you haven't figured it out, women don't know men any more than men know women, and if we do know each other, then we don't like the answers.
There's a fair share of women out there who don't have a problem kicking a guy to the curb. Plenty of females are happy to be single if it means getting rid of a main source of our angst and frustration. Here are 11 reasons we dump men.
Not too long ago, I was out with a handsome so-and-so having a chat about sex, dating and love when the topic of one night stands came up. “Have you ever had one?” he asked. “No,” I responded. He rolled his eyes. “Come on, not one?”
Some women say they want a nice guy, yet usually end up dating bad boys. Here's why!
One of my absolute favorite books of all time is Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. When I first read it nearly thirty five years ago I had no idea, of course, that I’d end up a bit like Margaret’s parents in a marriage with disparate beliefs.
"Rekindlers" actually have a good shot a successful relationship, but heed this been-there-done-that expert advice before you launch your new "old" romance.
When I was a kid, my mother and I joined a very large “non-denominational” Christian Church, one of the earliest versions of the Mega Churches that exist today. It was a very happy place. I was in the children’s choir, the community was lovely, and we sang from a song book with drawings of long-haired hippies.
Big kids know that Santa's a good guy — he spreads cheer, brings presents, and loves milk and cookies. But the bearded man dressed in red and white starts out a stranger. No wonder some little boys and girls are nervous, if not downright frightened, the first time they meet Santa Claus. Ho-ho-hold on a minute. Who is this guy?