Roland Hinds is not an expert, but a relationship educator nonetheless. I believe the word "expert" is overused. I am the author of, "Are You The Right One For Me? Whose Choice Is It Anyway?" The book is great for singles, divorcee and people who may be struggling to maintain a relationship. Executive producer and host of TruVue Relationship Radio, which focuses on relationship issues by providing motivational and uplifting shows. Lecturist whom speaks at colleges and church events. More information can be obtain from www.RolandHindsMedia.webs.com.
It's the spell check. I suggest that everyone use it.
To Know...or not To Know. THAT is the question
me and my baby in mrs. hayes class today!! AHHHY!
As so many great songs remind us "breaking up is hard to do." Instead of searching for the perfect way to end it, the best approach is often to avoid the most common break up pit falls. Here are 4 of the most common mistakes women make when breaking up. Avoid these, and you'll be well on your way to making a difficult situation as smooth as possible.
Why are men so greedy and want more than what is sitting before them already? And why can't they be honest?
January was when the Annette Edwards, Jessica Rabbit story first caught fire. Annette Edwards became an Internet sensation when news broke, with photos, that the Englishwoman put 10,000 pounds -- about the exact same as $ 16,000 -- on her credit card so she could get plastic surgery intended to make her look like Jessica Rabbit--considered by numerous the sexiest cartoon character of all time. The surgically enhanced redhead is red hot again on Thursday, as she is the breeder of the Guinness World Records world's largest rabbit.Annette Edwards' Jessica Rabbit obsessionAnnette Edwards' Jessica Rabbit obsession doesn't seem all that strange looking at it with the world's largest rabbit within the picture. Among rabbit enthusiasts, she is a well-known bunny breeder. Her latest Guinness World Records rabbit, as reported by MSNBC, is her fourth world record rabbit.
Dear Dr. Romance: How realistic is it for a woman over 40 to expect a personal ad date to lead to marriage?
By Diana Kelly for SingleEdition.com<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> You’ve probably heard of California’s wine country as a favorite destination visited by some of your couple friends—heck, many of us probably even know someone who got engaged out there. At Single Edition, we wanted to debunk the myth that this romantic vacation destination isn’t going to be as fun to single readers like you. So, we went to the West Coast to wine, dine and have a great time—all in the name of research!
If you are wondering where all the good guys are, apparently you can find them on Twitter, where they hold a 56% majority amongst users. And believe it or not, they seem to be becoming better communicators than women, at least in the social media world where, according to a recent survey conducted by Liberty Mutual, they are more likely to tweet on a regular basis than women.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> Though 37 year old Alyssa has yet to find Mr. Right, she has created her own intimate dating pool by casting a broad net of followers, people who care about her commentary and brain blurps. “There really are single men out there” says Alyssa as she demystifies the myths for 35+ single women. “These smart and savvy guys are approaching me from every corner of the world.”