On this week’s “most dramatic episode of ABC’s The Bachelor yet”, Brad Womack and the remaining six bachelorettes head to the beaches of Anguilla. As this is the week before hometown dates, when Brad gets to explore/invade four women’s home lives, he must make the ultimate decision – who does he see himself being with at the end of the day?
In a day where the Internet has replaced dating, and texts are sent far more often than flowers, it’s no surprise that men and women alike have begun to re-evaluate what they need out of a relationship. In the recently released movie No Strings Attached, Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman weave their way through a “Friends With Benefits” (FWB) relationship, all the while attempting to stay uncommitted and unattached.
Statistics show that many people are getting married later in life, and many are questioning whether they want to get married at all. If you’re a twenty or thirty-something who has put your climb up the corporate ladder (in Louboutin heels, of course) or achieving your personal dreams, ahead of the traditional 3-step plan—get married, get pregnant, and live happily ever after (or get divorced), you will see married couples with kids or newlyweds with babies on the way, everywhere you look.
Sex is beautiful! Unfortunately, it is so badly misrepresented and used by porn. It was given to us as a gift! Wildly enough, sex is known to greatly improve your health, looks, and mood. Health-wise, did you know that men who orgasm 3 times a week and more lower their chances of stroke and heart attack by as much as 50 percent? Crazy huh? Looks-wise, sex can shave up to 4 years off of your physical appearance, depending on your age. Sexual intercourse also can improve your mood. It increases your dopamine because of a chemical in the semen.
By Elizabeth Hanlin of We Love Dates Right now, it seems the internet is a buzz with the news of Jesse James and Kat Von D's engagement. I was fairly surprised at the intense debate their announcement fueled, but then I got to thinking about second chances and leaving the past in the past. We all know what transpired between Jesse James and Sandra Bullock. America's sweetheart was left betrayed and left to adopt a son alone, so who wouldn't be on her side?
By Zabrinah of How Not To Fall In Love Maybe you’ve never been to rehab and maybe you’ve never been accused of assault while in aforementioned rehab, but you must know what it’s like to be in over your head. You know what it’s like to nearly have a panic attack when things are going wrong. We’ve all made mistakes, and we’ve all grimaced at the fact that life is not turning out the way we wanted.
The author T Dub Jackson he exactly walks you through the whole process of your relationship breakup and guide you every step of the way. You will be provided with some proven techniques such as – The Instant Reconnect Technique, The Second Chance Letter, and The Fast Forward Technique! The Magic of Making Up tells you EXACTLY what to do before, during and after the break up!
It is safe to say that I have an addictive personality. I've struggled with several different types of addiction: drugs, alcohol, shopping, food etc. I'm pretty much by the books with a pretty stereotypical upbringing that festers addictive situations. Today marks my 3rd week of no smoking and I am so proud of myself. The cravings have significantly died down. I'm also working to kick my addiction to junk food and sweets. My body is really starting to feel lighter and my body feels less toxic (minus the 24 hour flu I had yesterday). Mentally, I feel better too.
Relationships are fragile, one wrong word, one stupid argument or one thoughtless comment might break the beautiful world built, nurtured and cherished for days, months and years in a moment. Most of the time, relationship problems occur because they were too careless, too ignorant or too busy to understand what the other wants or cares for. If you are finding your relationship crumbling like a pack of cards, here are a few things that might be causing the problem.