A recent study explains why women feel compelled to lie about how many people they've slept with, and men feel the need to exaggerate it.
The word relationship scares the crap out of otherwise grown, capable and responsible men and women alike. And really all I have to say is NONSENSE. Think about it. Haven't you known at least one person who frets about someone they're dating, subjecting you to hours of “uh God, what is he/she thinking”--only to end with “but it's not like I want a relationship or anything”. But in all fairness, there's no “or anything” about it. What your friend is saying is that they don't want a serious relationship when they are in fact already in one, albeit a casual one. So what's the problem?
For so many women, there's one thing at the top of the list. Before sense of humor, cooking, a nice body, intelligence, even loves dogs and kids. That thing? It seems many women out there are looking for a mind reader. I have a friend, and that is to say have I have many friends, who have gone down this road. First comes the excitement. You get to lay down the ground rules. You say you don't want a relationship? Done. You say you just want to keep it casual? Okay. Just got out of a long/bad/boring relationship? It's all good. Everything goes well. He calls; he texts.
Can a woman actually be happy in a relationship? Why or why not? What makes formerly satisfied woman stray? Read our expert's interesting take on the different between happy and unhappy women.
Believe it or not, women actually do have a checklist regarding things they are looking for a man. Our expert reveals the criteria women need you to fit into and what you should be able to say yes to.
It seemts that whenever you hear that a model or an actress, it's usually to a rich and successful man. Are these the only men that they would conisder marrying? There are many downfalls to doing so and our expert reveals why.
If you've browsed the magazine racks at your local bookstore or surfed the web, you know that there's a LOT of dating advice out there. There are how to’s for using body language to get and impress a date, lists of words and phrases to say (and not to say) and much much more.
The progression of technology, computers and phones make communication a new species in modern relationships. What used to require actual phone calls and advanced notice now happens in the blink of an eye. And this fast pace may hurt your relationships.
Men want surefire ways to know whether or not a woman is interested in them. Honestly, it’s pretty easy if you’re paying attention. Women know damn near instantly whether they like a guy and give off pretty clear signs. Unlike men, most women also don’t waste time trying to fake it or hide the fact that they like you. They will likely shower you with attention and jump at opportunities to spend time with you.
Women today are fiercely independent, busy go-getters with a ton of goals, aspirations and responsibilities. Many women are putting themselves through school, working their way up the professional ladder, caring for family members and myriad other things, and doing it all without breaking a visible sweat. This might lead a man to believe that a woman doesn’t need a man’s help. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. Women like this are very much in need of a partner who will care for her, love her, support and protect her.
“But because of the temptation to sexual immorality, each man should have his own wife and each woman her own husband” (1 Corinthians 7:2). Is this verse in the Bible about sex before marriage no longer applicable? I am just curious to hear your point of view, ladies. I am not a preacher. I am just asking.
Should you continue to date someone if you are feeling no butterflies in your stomach or attraction? This is a complicated question and one that is worth taking time to study. Look at your previous attractions and see if the people you dated were good for you or lowered your self-esteem. Just because you are have high chemistry with someone doesn’t mean that it will be long-lasting relationship good for you. Similar to sweets, we may love to load up on them but are they nourishing us?
Dictionary.com defines Whore as(noun): 1 A woman who engages in promiscuous sexual intercourse, usually for money; prostitute; harlot; strumpet. (Understanding Why Men Treat Some Women Like Queens and Others like Whores) I know you all like free t-shirts and concert tickets from V103, Power 106, 94.7 the Wave or whatever your favorite radio station is. But men are not the radio. Ladies, if you cannot truly offer to leave a tip after a nice dinner then you should not go on the date. Suggest something like, “How about I save you some money.
The answer is, NEVER! Good guys just need to weed through a horrible pile of freeloaders, gold-diggers, self-centered bitches and women who think the world owes them everything. There truly are nice women out there that are looking for the same. The reason it is so hard to find these women is that they have been through the exact same thing you have. When a woman has been burned several times, this shell begins to form around her, protecting her from repeated hurts, being treated badly and just flat-out wasting her time. Are you a good guy who is lonely?
Okay, gentlemen, in order to answer this question, you first need to know if the woman you are in a relationship with, whether it is a serious relationship, a friends-with-benefits arrangement, or a booty call, likes oral sex. Some women do not like oral sex at all, for whatever reason. If this is the case, try to find out why. She could have gone through something traumatic or been taught that it is just plain wrong, had a bad experience with it, never had it done, or had it done badly.
Match.com’s annual Singles in America study reveals some pretty juicy (and surprising) facts about America’s current dating population, and some of them might shock you. These stats not only disqualify some common dating myths; they also provide some really interesting insights into what men and women look at first when they “size up” potential partners. Guess what: Grammar matters.