It’s not uncommon for guys to become attracted to sisters of their friends. When the attraction is mutual and a dating relationship develops, there are some guidelines that should be followed in order to keep the original friendship intact. Here are ten tips to avoid issues when you’re dating your friend’s sister:
You’ve heard it before: “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” While men all over the world ”eat up” this saying, what they forget is that food is a major way into a woman’s heart, too. More to the point, couples who share a mutual love of food form stronger bonds with each other. Statistics show that 75% of Americans eat out at least once a week, so why not spend that meal with your special someone? Here’s a list of restaurant genres that should be on every couple’s food forecast:
Now that school’s out and has become a distant memory, you may be tempted to forget the important lessons you learned while sitting at your desk in math class, such as adding one to one makes two, that all right triangles equal 180 degrees, and, more importantly, how to subtly check out the girl two rows over, who vaguely reminds you of Emma Watson. Everyone knows that students are not only absorbing what’s written on the chalk board, but also the world around them…and that includes the dating realm.
By Terry Hernon MacDonald of singlewomenrule.com happy marriage may be among life’s greatest pleasures, but there’s a lot to be said for living single. For too long, single men and women have been portrayed as unlovable, irresponsible, selfish, or childish.
Love Lessons From ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ Love Lessons From ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ By Erika Vujnovich While there’s no question that The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are must-watch television shows, statistics show that out of a 19 seasons, only two couples have stayed together, while waiting to see how the latest relationship between bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez ends up. These are programs designed to produce long-lasting marriages, yet we often wonder whether we can call them reality TV or merely fantasy, designed to whet the appetite of women and men everywhere.
By Kari Arneson Lady Gaga It seems impossible that just a couple of years ago, no one had ever heard of Lady Gaga. Now the international pop superstar is one of the most stylish and controversial stars of her generation. But for Halloween, which outfit (out of thousands) should you choose? Try some of her most well-known, like the blue swimsuit from her “Poker Face” music video or one of her famous VMA outfits. Warning: Be careful with the meat dress. The Bachelor
By Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW, and author of The Complete Marriage Counselor It sounds simplistic, but the primary key to a successful marriage, whether the couple are superstars or just plain folk, is for the pair to make each other a priority.
By Royal Young of Interview Magazine Charlie Sheen’s recent escort escapades are good for a raunchy laugh, but they are part of a trend in bad celebrity behavior that has poisoned my own ideas about passion. I have always chased fame – which never seemed to match up with love – despite the fact that my devoted parents have been together for almost 30 years.
As reported in People last week, David and Victoria Beckham are expecting child number four. Currently, Posh Spice and the soccer star are the proud parents of three boys, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz. Perhaps a girl will be added to the mix. According to Simon Fuller, the Beckham’s mentor and business partner, the couple could not be happier with the new addition they are expecting to add to their still growing family.
Black Swan actress Natalie Portman appeared to having nothing, but love to express for her fiancé, dancer/choreographer Benjamin Millepied, while accepting the Desert Palm Achievement Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Portman and Millepied met while filming Black Swan, reports UsMagazine.com. ”[The filming] was seductive to watch…there was no way the attraction could be missed,” said an insider. Portman is now three months pregnant with Millepied’s child.
By Kari Arneson for Cupid's Pulse It’s no wonder that relationship therapist and healthy living coach John Gray, Ph.D., is the best-selling relationship author of all time. His enlightening, instructive and hugely popular Mars-Venus series has sold more than 50 million books, including 1992’s groundbreaking Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus, which was the New York Times‘ number one best-selling book of the last decade. But Dr.
By Kari Arneson, for Cupid’s Pulse You’ve watched their movies and seen their TV shows, but have you ever thought what it would be like to date a celebrity? Well, we sure have (and will admit we may have also imagined what a wedding to a certain British Twilight star would be like)! On that note, we scoured the entertainment websites and gossip pages to find the top three most dateable celebrities and their romantic foils, the most un-dateable celebrities.
Kristen McGuiness discusses her book, a personal journey of self-discovery. By Kari Arneson for Cupid's Pulse Kristen McGuiness is your average 30-something woman – she has a great career working at a non-profit in Los Angeles and a great boyfriend who might just be The One. But what’s different about McGuiness is how she got to where she is today. As a recovering alcoholic and addict, she knew she had to think outside the box to sort out her priorities.
By Kari Arneson for Cupid's Pulse The most controversial Bachelor ever is back Jan. 3! Whether you’re new to the series or are already a devoted fan, here are some things you need to know about Brad Womack before tuning in: 1. He’s a self-made man: Born in Atlanta, Brad was raised alongside his two brothers in a single-parent home. At the age of 28, he bought his first drinking establishment. He currently owns and operates several bars and restaurants in Austin, Texas.