How do old dating norms fit in with today's romantic ideals?
Reflecting on past relationships is key to bouncing back and moving on from them.
Started out strong...
In November issue of GQ, two Glee stars abandon their squeaky-clean image ,Lea Michele and Dianna Agron posed in various stages of undress for a sexy photo shoot with Cory Monteith. It's a racy move that some fans -- including this writer -- are deeming entirely inappropriate not to mention disappointing if only because ..
What a day...
Everybody needs some salt and pepper in life. In the quest of this vital dose of adrenalin, some people opt for bungee jumping, others climb rocks, still others visit exotic places. Well, I particularly do not contend for being an adventurous person… I was just single (for the 2007-2010 time span) and grown up with the books of Mayne Reid, raised in an atmosphere of purity and idealism, for which my grandma contributed a lot. And, of course, I was desperately believing in genuine, all-consuming lifetime love. My motley bunch of experience proved that, although not widely advertised as that, being single could be classified as on of those breath-taking extreme sports.
divorce is not the end of the world especially when you've already found that someone special that you know you needed all your life.
When you’ve been in a relationship for a long time, things change. You settle into each other, getting more comfortable with each passing year. But how can you tell if you’re comfortable, or just comfortably numb? Is your comfort within the normal range for long term relationships, or are you ignoring warning signs that could signal the end is near?